April 6, 2023

Staying cool and healthy

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You can't understand someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes. That’s why Breast Cancer Support Service Tauranga (BCSST) offers such a wonderful service and means of support for women and some men who have been diagnosed with breast cancer: those who’ve been through it are then able to stand beside, listen to and lend a helping hand to the newly diagnosed. They really have walked many miles in the shoes of those being given a “C” diagnosis and all the dread, fear and uncertainty that goes with it.


BCSST has been helping locals in the Western Bay of Plenty since 1991, and they have confidentially assisted and supported thousands of breast cancer sufferers in the Western Bay of Plenty over the years. Anyone can get cancer—it does not discriminate—yet those who receive support and advice are more likely to have a quicker and better recovery.


Doing their bit to help meet needs in the community, particularly those locals associated with BCSST, is Real Rad Food. Real Rad recently paid-it-forward a $100 voucher to be used at their online store by Breast Cancer Support.

Thanks to the team at Real Rad Foods for being part of GoGenerosity. We used the $100 voucher you gifted us to purchase some of your yummy slices. We can use these for supper/morning tea at our support groups but also we can give them to clients as part of the meal service we offer for those going through treatment.


Manager, Breast Cancer Support Services

Real Rad produce cool and healthy slices, supplements and Real Rad Ball Mixes that you can purchase through their online store or at one of the many stockists of their products throughout New Zealand. Not only are Real Rad’s sweet treats yummy but they’re also healthy and plant-based, and allow people to be conscious of what they’re eating.


When you’re craving something sweet and healthy, head to Real Rad’s site, and you can add a little to your bill to be part of the paying-it-forwards too.

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