Leading fashion retailer Sussan is proud to announce the launch of The Pyjama Project this October, an exclusive collection of unique sleepwear which directly supports Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA). Since 2005, Sussan has been a proud partner of BCNA and together with its customers
have raised more than $2.4 million. The Pyjama Project 2020 features four exclusive designs and prints created by breast cancer survivor and artist Lisa Sewards, raising funds to support women affected by breast cancer in partnership with BCNA.
Lisa Sewards who was diagnosed in 2005, has been a big supporter of BCNA helping generate much needed funds for the cause and writing the children’s book ‘My Mum Has Breast Cancer’ to help parents explain the breast cancer journey to young children. The Sussan campaign heroes the real, human faces of breast cancer and the network of friends and family supporting their journey, with survivors Kimmie Jonceski and Lisa Montgomery fronting the campaign.
“As a brand who celebrates and connects women, we are incredibly proud of our longstanding partnership with Breast Cancer Network Australia and are excited to launch The Pyjama Project in support of BCNA” said Rebecca Hard, CEO Sussan. “On average, 55 people receive a breast cancer diagnosis each day. It is our mission to ensure all Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best care, treatment and support. Sussan’s partnerships allows us to continue to provide our programs and services which positively impact women throughout Australia.” Kirsten Pilatti, CEO Breast Cancer Network Australia.
For every set sold from The Pyjama Project 2020 Sussan will donate a portion of sales directly to BCNA. The collection, which will be available in stores and online from today 7th October 2020. The pyjama sets start from $49.95 and come in sizes XS – XL. Visit www.sussan.com.au for more information