In their first year of participation in Pink Up Mudgee, Signature Properties have started in a quirky fashion.
Since the beginning of October, a rope clothesline has hung out the front of the office as a show of support for those touched by breast cancer, and while the idea "came out of nowhere", it is something the community have come to love.
"Everybody knows someone who has suffered from breast cancer so participating in Pink Up Mudgee is a nice way to show support for those touched by it," Signature Properties Mudgee director, Edwina Smith said.
"I honestly don't know how it came about, I just had a vision. I wanted something classic and fun so I thought of the old rope clothesline with wooden pegs. Then I realised we could hang some bras on it to give that splash of pink.
"Some ladies donated bras and we sent them to some year five girls at St Matthews who gave up their lunchtime to decorate them.
"From what I can gather, one of the girl's mothers suffered from cancer and came through the other side so it was really nice to have somebody who's been through the motions involved."
For every bra hung on the clothesline, Signature Properties will donate $5 to the McGrath Foundation to help with funding for breast care nurses.
While the month of October is coming to a close, there is still time for anyone in the community to participate.
"If anybody wants to donate some bras, we still have a week left. It doesn't have to be decorated, it can be just a normal bra," Mrs Smith said.
"We have had such wonderful feedback so we will definitely be supporting Pink Up Mudgee again."
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