The event helped to raise vital funds towards breast and gynecological cancer research for the Cancer Council.
On the 26th of October, Outsource Institute of Technology (OIT) hosted a Pink Ribbon Cupcake Day contest and morning tea at the BTP Conference & Exhibition Centre.
Businesses from across Brisbane Technology Park attended the event to donate and vote for cupcakes or show off their own culinary skills and ‘bake’ a difference. Samantha Townend, local Civil Marriage Celebrant, kindly volunteered her services as MC, opening the event with Bianca Duncan from Cancer Council Queensland.
It was a day full of sugar highs, eating, meeting, and most importantly, supporting a great cause with the total funds raised coming to $402.85.
Congratulations go to Angela Barker from Bayer who won the Best Decorated Cupcakes award, Rebecca Cains from Pinstripe Cafe, who won the Most Creative Cupcakes award, and Karyl Crick from Adaptive Insights who won the raffle for the Pink Ribbon silver locket.
For more information on how you can make a difference by supporting research into women’s cancer, visit: www.pinkribbon.com.au.