Show your
true colours
and heart Pink

Every day in Australia around 50 women are diagnosed with breast or a gynaecological cancer. Whether it’s selling merchandise or hosting a fundraiser, you will be helping Cancer Council beat women’s cancers.

Finished
fundraising
for Pink?

Thank you for your hard work. Now it is time to bank the funds that you have raised.

Have a
Girls' Night In, to
help the girls out

Whether it’s in or out, big or small, get your family and friends together and support Cancer Council. Just register, set a date and get together. It’s that simple!

Why not hold
a Pink Ribbon
Fundraiser?

It’s easy – you can be as creative as you want. You could hold a Pink breakfast, lunch, morning tea, BBQ or even a wear pink day. Use your imagination and most of all have fun.

Every dollar counts

Within three months, Michelle, her sister Narelle, and their mother Annette were all diagnosed with breast cancer. By sharing their story, Michelle hopes to raise awareness of the importance of early detection and support services.

Get online
and get results

Holding a Girls’ Night In or Pink Ribbon Fundraiser? Want to make sure it is a huge success? We’ve got all the tools & tips you’ll need.

Hold a Fundraiser

Bring your family and friends together for a fundraiser. Register, set a date and get together. It’s that simple!

Girls' Night In Pink Ribbon Fundraiser

Bank Your Funds

Finished fundraising for Pink Ribbon Day or Girls’ Night In? Thanks for your hard work. It’s time to bank your funds.

Bank for Pink Ribbon Day Bank for Fundraisers

Donate

Donations big and small help Cancer Council fight breast and gynaecological cancers.

Donate to a fundraiser Donate to women's cancers

About Cancer Council

Cancer Council raises funds to help support the many thousands of women in Australia and their families who are affected by breast and gynaecological cancers. With your help, Cancer Council can provide vital research, patient support, information for health care professionals and patients, prevention, treatment and advocacy.

Find out more
Donate to Pink Ribbon Day

Michelle's Journey

Within three months, Michelle (age 40), her sister Narelle (age 38), and their mother Annette (age 63) were all diagnosed with breast cancer.

By sharing their story, Michelle hopes to raise awareness of the importance of early detection and screening.

Read Michelle's Story
About Breast Cancer

Every day in Australia, about 50 women are told they have breast or a gynaecological cancer.

Find out more
About Womens Cancer

Holding a fundraiser, but not sure how to get started? Here are our top tips to get the most out of your online fundraising page.

Read our top 5 tips