Kangaroo Island head shave for National Breast Cancer Foundation

FAMILY EVENT: Roz Miller and her son Nic will be raising funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation at a bra-fitting and head shaving event at the Ozone Hotel.
FAMILY EVENT: Roz Miller and her son Nic will be raising funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation at a bra-fitting and head shaving event at the Ozone Hotel.

The Millers are a family with a big, open heart. Or hearts, I should say; as each member of the close-knit group is all about giving and bringing something special to people.

You've probably seen them at community events and around town - and on Wednesday, October 16, you'll see them at the Aurora Ozone Hotel in Kingscote, giving to a very important cause.

It's a special month, both for the Millers, and for many Australian women and their families.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) has made it their special month for raising awareness, along with donations, for breast cancer and its impact.

As a nod to the cause, Roz Miller will draw particular attention to women's health at the Ozone Hotel event.

As an Intimo Bra Fit Specialist, she'll be providing complimentary bra fittings on site and taking orders for all who wish to find their Feel Good Fit and donate to the NBCF at the same time.

With 10 per cent of each order going directly from Intimo to the NBCF, thousands of women will receive the help they need, along with more insight into the nature of the breast cancer illness.

Roz's son, Nic, also has a compassionate contribution to make. Like so many women undergoing treatment for breast cancer, he'll be walking into the Ozone with a full head of hair, and leaving the venue without a strand on his scalp; and in his case, beard.

He aims to raise $1000 in the process; a small sum compared to the value of what many consider their personal pride and joy.

Nic's hair will be shaved by Wendy Squire from Hairscape, who has 21 years of experience cutting and styling hair.

For those who wish to contribute in a less direct way, the option to enter into a raffle draw on the night is open to them.

In addition, the NBCF website is always open for digital donations, should physical presence be a barrier.

This event is just one more act of good-hearted action on behalf of the Millers, and, by extension, Kingscote and KI residents.

The combined impact of these selfless acts means a great deal to many; and will boost the spirits of all; givers, receivers, and those becoming aware of the impact that breast cancer has for many around the country.

Join the Millers at the Ozone, Wednesday, October 16 at from 7pm to 9pm.

Nic's hair will be shaved at 8pm and the raffle will be drawn at 8.30pm.

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