Pink Up Your Town this October and help make life that little bit easier for individuals and families experiencing breast cancer.

The McGrath Foundation is looking for passionate, community members to 'Pink Up' their entire town during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Creating a volunteer committee in your own backyard is a fun, exciting and rewarding way to bring your local clubs, businesses, schools and neighbours together to make a big difference.

Start a Pink Up Your Town Committee

Volunteer committees are the heart of the McGrath Foundation’s Pink Up Your Town campaign. Volunteering to chair your own committee is something truly special! Committee members are from all backgrounds, professions and walks of life and responsible for organising all fundraising activities in their local area – including lead-up, organisation and execution of all events.

A committees’ pink passion brings together their entire community to show support for individuals and families experiencing breast cancer by creating a unique calendar of events. 

Register your interest today; and a member of the McGrath Foundation campaigns team will contact you to chat through the details. We can't wait to work with you and bring your ideas to life.

The McGrath Foundation will provide all the tips, tricks and fundraising help needed to ensure success – committees will even get exclusive access to pink items and resources to make the job easy.

Local Legends - Mudgee, NSW 

“It was extremely gratifying to see a whole community in unity. Over 280 businesses, organisations, service groups and sporing groups were united for one purpose – McGrath Breast Care Nurses”
— Hugh Bateman, Chair of the Pink Up Mudgee Committee

Mudgee, NSW was the first town in Australia to turn pink for the McGrath Foundation. Over the past two years, the passionate Pink Up Mudgee Committee has encouraged over 280 local business and organisation to jump on board to create a month long calendar of fundraising events during October. From morning teas, pink menu items at the local café to the Pink Mudgee Ball – the town has collectively raised over $600,000 to support McGrath Breast Care Nurses.

See how others are pinking up