Bakers Delight and cake lovers go pink to help give breast cancer the finger ... bun

BRIGHT pink can be fetching, even for blokes, when a good cause is involved.

Pink aprons for all staff members at Bakers Delight stores add to the bright pink decorations and pink iced finger buns raising money and awareness of breast cancer for the Breast Cancer Network Australia.

Glenn Drew doesn’t mind the pink a bit.

“It’s all good when you do it for a cause,” he said.

SWEET: Beth Ferguson, Glenn Drew and Bryce Waight sample the pink finger buns being sold at Bakers Delight to raise money to fight breast cancer. Picture: Kate Healy

SWEET: Beth Ferguson, Glenn Drew and Bryce Waight sample the pink finger buns being sold at Bakers Delight to raise money to fight breast cancer. Picture: Kate Healy

 His Bakery Hill bakery will sell about 2000 big pink finger buns and 1000 smaller ones during May.

“Not just the profits, but 100 per cent of all the proceeds from the pink finger buns go to BCNA,” he said.

Bakers Delight hopes to raise $1.5 million for BCNA during May across their network of Victorian bakeries.

Almost 50 Australian women a day are diagnosed with breast cancer.