Stellar Concepts Wins Two New Clients, Including WWF Australia

Stellar Concepts Wins Two New Clients, Including WWF Australia
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Stellar Concepts has added two not-for-profit organisations – The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation (RHWF) and WWF-Australia (World Wide Fund for Nature Australia) – to its line-up of partners.

This year The Royal Hospital for Women is celebrating 150 years dedicated to women, with celebrations culminating at the high profile BAZAAR in Bloom event in October.

Stellar’s brief is to highlight the important role the hospital plays in childbirth, pregnancy, fertility and general women’s health with support of high profile ambassadors such as Miranda Kerr, patients’ stories and major medical advances.

For the third consecutive year, Stellar will support WWF-Australia’s annual fundraising initiative ‘Wild Onesie Week’ held from June 5 to June 11 to help raise vital funds to preserve endangered species in Australia and around the world.

The 2016 campaign calls on Aussies to take a walk on the wild side, donning an animal onesie while going about their daily business and raising funds for WWF-Australia’s vital conservation work.

Stellar general manager, Hayley Cole, said she was delighted to be working closely with The Royal Hospital for Women on a campaign close to her heart.

“As a mother myself and working in a team of predominately female staff, I am particularly passionate about the leading work they do with mothers and newborn babies through care, teaching and research.”

On working with WWF, Cole said, “This year’s official onesie will see the Stellar team hit the streets as a bale of green turtles.

“Found mainly in tropical and subtropical waters, green turtles are threatened by overharvesting of their eggs, runoff of sediments and chemical pollution from the mainland, being caught in fishing gear and loss of nesting beach sites, and we are committed to do our bit to help save these beautiful creatures.”

 

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