Make it a Girls' Night In to help beat women's cancers

Posted 1 Oct 2015.

Thursday, 1 October 2015

Do you love catching up with your girlfriends and the ladies in your family? Why not bring everyone together for a very special event, and raise much-needed funds to help beat women's cancers at the same time?

Whether it's an intimate event at your home, or a huge event out at a venue, it's all part of Girls' Night In – the fundraising campaign by Cancer Council to beat women’s cancers in Australia.

Cancer Council is urging women to register a Girls’ Night In to support the estimated 18,715 women who will be diagnosed with breast or a gynaecological cancer this year. All money raised will help fund cancer research, early detection and patient support programs.

Every October, Australians come together to show their support for Cancer Council through Pink Ribbon Day, Girls’ Night In and other Pink Ribbon fundraising events. Cancer Council is the only organisation that works across every area of women’s cancers: research, prevention, support and advocacy.

Cancer Council aims to raise $7.2 million through Pink Ribbon Day, Girls’ Night In and Pink Ribbon fundraisers this year.

How to get involved:

Getting involved is easy. Register a Girls’ Night In or a pink fundraiser, volunteer, order a merchandise box or donate by visiting, phone 1300 65 65 85 or find us on Facebook

How donations can help…

$5 Can help Cancer Council give a newly diagnosed cancer patient support and information resources for what is ahead

$10 Can help provide online support for patients and their families to learn more about their cancer risk, and what a diagnosis means, from the comfort of their own home

$25 Can provide a cancer patient with financial advice on budgeting, superannuation, insurance and debt management

$50 Can help fund a call to a cancer nurse on 13 11 20, that provides free information and support on all aspects of cancer

$100 Can help fund ground-breaking research into new and better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer

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