1 in 8 Australian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 85.
Everyone of us who 'pinks up' this October will help fund specialist McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia, to make life that little bit easier for individuals and families experiencing breast cancer.
Look who's 'Pinking Up' Their Towns in 2018:
Pink Up Yungaburra
Driven by the passion of local Sue Poggioli and a team of dedicated community members, Yungaburra went PINK in July. Population 1,200 the entire town jumped on board with a series of events including tug of war, a pink walk and even a pink Rock n Roll Ball!
Pink Up Braidwood
Braidwood NSW is set to turn PINK this October with the help of a team of committed locals. With their dedication and local pride, they set to make a big difference to the lives of others affected by breast cancer through the money they raise.
Pink Up Westonia
Westonia WA will turn PINK for the first time in 2018. Driven by the local shire council, money raised will help place McGrath Breast Care Nurses across Australia for free.
Pink Up Colac
Colac will turn PINK for the first time this October. With help from the local McGrath Breast Care Nurse, the western VIC town will host a series of activity; driven by a passion to see McGrath Breast Care Nurses supporting more families.
Pink Up Burnie
Burnie will turn PINK for the first time this October. Driven by the local team of Fairfax Media; Burnie will be the first town in Tasmania to 'pink up' for the McGrath Foundation.
Pink Up Capel
Capel WA will go PINK for the first time this year. Driven by the local Shire Council - the town will host a variety of activity to help support the McGrath Foundation.