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Amcal Tuggerah supports Red My Lips campaign against Domestic Violence
1 in 5 Australian women have experienced sexual assault
Red My Lips is an international nonprofit organization that uses red lipstick as a weapon and a tool to raise awareness about sexual violence, combat rape myths and victim-blaming, and demonstrate solidarity and support for ALL survivors.
Become a supporter, which we call 'Warriors,' and join us to wear red lipstick over the weekend to raise awareness to raise awareness and funds.
Amcal Tuggerah Pharmacy says NO to domestic violence.
This is not about vanity. It's about visibility. (kind of like movember...minus the brilliantly creepy 'staches.) Spread the word that rapists are responsible for rape...not drinking, short skirts, or makeup.
Sexual violence is not a women's issue. It is a human issue. It affects us all.
Help us raise money for women who suffer from Sexual Assault.
We will donate 100% of all profits raised made from the sale of Colour Theory Lipsticks sold over the weekend of 27th - 30th April 2017. Buy your favourite red lipstick to raise awareness and much needed funds for the fight against Sexual Violence on the Central Coast.
All money raised will be donated to a local charity supporting women affected by domestic violence.
Show your support by joining our event page and sharing it with your friends.
We welcome community involvement in the campaign.
Amcal Tuggerah Red My Lips Campaign will run from 27-30 April, 2017 at Shop 1149-1151 Tuggerah Westfield Shoppingtown, Tuggerah.
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