In these moments of great uncertainty, McGrath Breast Care Nurses are needed more than ever. Thousands of anxious families experiencing breast cancer are relying on their McGrath Nurses to provide the latest information, guidance, and to help them navigate this distressing period.
Your support is needed more than ever to help ensure our 143 McGrath Breast Care Nurses can continue to provide support to families experiencing breast cancer across Australia
There are many ways you can help, whether that’s through a generous donation, hosting your own fundraiser (virtually of course!), joining in our signature campaign Pull On Your Socks, becoming a corporate partner, or purchasing merchandise – your support will make a difference.
Ways you can get involved and make a difference
Organise your own fundraiser or fundraise as part of one our signature campaigns, either way, fundraising is always lots of fun, a great way to meet new people and extremely rewarding. Best of all, it’s very simple to do!
Become a corporate partner
Our corporate partners are a critical part of the McGrath Foundation family. We work together to ensure long lasting, mutually beneficial partnerships. Find out how you can get involved.
Purchase some McGrath Foundation merchandise and not only will you look good – the proceeds of your purchase will help fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities that need them most.
Important COVID-19 notice: please ensure you follow the latest advice and information provided by the Australian Government here.
Go Dry this July for the McGrath Foundation!
This year will be the second year the McGrath Foundation is a major beneficiary of the Dry July Foundation.
2020 has been a tough year – for all of us. The last thing people might want to do is go 31 days without alcohol. So this July, go as dry as you’re willing to try. There is the choice of going dry for 31, 21, or 14 days, or simply nominate your number of days. No matter how long you choose to go dry for, you will be raising funds that will help ensure our 143 McGrath Breast Care Nurses can continue to provide support to families experiencing breast cancer across Australia.
Get involved in a signature event and Pull On Your Socks
Isolation doesn’t have to be drab, pull on a pair of our pink socks to help fund ensure our 143 McGrath Breast Care Nurses can continue to provide support to families experiencing breast cancer across Australia.
Whether you’re working from home business as usual, walking the dog, or chilling on the couch – there are heaps of fun ways you can Pull On Your Socks to make a difference, check them out!
Your support will make a tangible difference
Rosemary Fulton, VIC
Sharon Neeson, NSW