Host a Pink Ribbon Fundraiser
There are so many exciting ways you can fundraise to help support those touched by cancer and their loved ones in WA! Community Fundraisers are truly inspirational people and are vital in assisting Cancer Council WA in the quest to achieve a cancer free future. The funds you raise go towards vital Research, Support Programs and Education.
Pink Ribbon Fundraisers can be as big or small, as simple or as creative as you want them to be. Here's some ideas to help you get started!
Wear Pink – Any workplace could always be a bit more colourful and pink is the perfect colour. Ask everyone to wear pink to work on a specific day and make a donation.
Pink Breakfast – Start everyone's day off right and hold a pink breakfast at your office.
Pink Luncheon or BBQ – Get all your family and friends together, you could have a BBQ in your backyard or pink themed food.
Pink Morning Tea – Get your colleagues, friends, family together for a pink morning tea, you could even have a bake-off.
Or, come up with your own fundraising idea! You could hold a raffle, dye your hair pink, turn part of your community pink - the options are endless. Be as creative as you can!
How can you get involved?
The sky's the limit. Whether your event is big or small, indoors or outdoors, on one day or throughout the year, you can choose whatever suits you. Host an event at work or home, enter a race, sell something, shave, cut or colour your hair. All of our fundraising tips and information to make your event a success are on our website.
Register your event today!
Head over to our website to register your event today! Once you've registered we will send you a FREE host kit containing a planning guide, recipes, posters, donation box and much more. All the things you'll need to make your fundraiser a success.
By registering for a Girls' Night In event, you'll be in the running to win a 3 night stay at Five Rooms Retreat for 10 people valued at $3000!
Entrants are required to register and bank funds raised before midnight on October 31st.