Australians around the country can now support a charity organisation as they send their mail, thanks to a new fundraising initiative from the Australia Post.
The Post has partnered with the Olivia Newton John Cancer & Wellness Centre which is located at Austin Hospital in Melbourne.
A former breast cancer patient, Olivia Newton-John understands the challenges that sufferers face and wants to create a centre that will provide supportive and effective treatment options.
Newton-John also believes that a holistic approach is required when battling this disease, so the centre will focus on more than medication.
"More than just treating cancer, it's about providing care and treatment for the whole person, body, mind and spirit," she said on the centre's official website.
Australia Post managing director and chief executive Ahmed Fahour said that buying charity stamps is an easy and effective way to donate money to this cause and that each sheetlet even has a receipt for taxation reasons.
"Australia Post's charity stamp sheetlet is a great way of enabling Australians to contribute to the fundraising efforts of this important cancer centre," he explained in a statement on June 26.
From each sheetlet - which includes ten stamps - two dollars will be donated to Olivia Newton-John's cause.