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WrapMeCool® Launch Assists The McGrath Foundation

McGrath Foundation badge for community support

While planning the launch of WrapMeCool it was important to us to support a cause that is very close to our hearts. We decided to give a percentage of our sales to The McGrath Foundation to support its mission: to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities throughout Australia, and to increase breast awareness in young women. 

The specialist McGrath Breast Care Nurses assist patients (and their families) by providing important physical, psychological and emotional support, free of charge.

A number of our customers had already let us know that WrapMeCool helped to cool them during the terrible hot flushes caused by chemotherapy and we were so proud to be helping them at such a difficult time. Read Tonina’s Story.

Here at WrapMeCool HQ, it is our intention to continue supporting health related organisations like The McGrath Foundation.

McGrath Foundation community support badge

We are on a mission to help people have a better present moment and therefore a better life.

Thank you for sharing our blog with anyone you know who is dealing with the discomfort of heat sensitivity. 

 






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