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Let's paint the town pink!

Pink Up Your Town this Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) and raise funds to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses wherever they’re needed most! Now in its third year, communities across Australia are already coming together with their local clubs, businesses and schools (even their neighbours!) to plan their pink events and activities in a nation-wide show of support for people experiencing breast cancer! How can you help 'Pink Up' your town?

As the local Pink Up Your Town Committee, we’re calling on you; our neighbours, sports clubs, schools and local businesses to get behind our efforts and help us create a visual show of support for people in our own local area experiencing breast cancer.

By pinking up and helping us raise funds for the McGrath Foundation, you’ll help ensure families across Australia have the specialised care and support of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse.

A breast cancer diagnosis can change your life in an instant. McGrath Breast Care Nurses are there every step of the way providing physical, emotional and psychological support to individuals and their families.

With more than 18,000 people diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia this year, the need for McGrath Nurses continues to grow.

Above: McGrath Breast Care Nurses are provided to patients across Australia bfree of charge and without referral. Photo: McGrath Foundation

All the info you need to Pink up Your Town is HERE

Pink Up Your Town is an incredible fundraising activity that calls for an entire town to 'Pink Up' during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, to raise funds to support our specialist McGrath Breast Care Nurses.

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