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Why Brava Lingerie is calling on customers to help in Afghanistan crisis

Brava Lingerie owners Lin and Maxine Windram (l to r). Source: Supplied
As the crisis in Afghanistan continues to worsen, major retailers like Woolworths and Ikea have extended their support to refugee communities, but smaller businesses are also doing their part to help.  Victoria-based Brava Lingerie is using its voice on social media to raise awareness about the work of AusGhan Aid, a charity that supports remote communities in Afghanistan. Brava Lingerie co-founder Lin Windram has been involved with the charity since forming a business friendship with a nei

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