Get involved

There are many ways you can get involved with the McGrath Foundation to help our McGrath Breast Care Nurses support individuals and their families experiencing breast cancer. You can fundraise on your own, in a group, at school or work. We are here to support you every step of the way to make your fundraiser a success.

How to get involved

McGrath foundation fundraising lady

Host your own fundraiser

Organising your own fundraiser is lots of fun, a great way to meet new people and extremely rewarding. It’s also very simple to do!

Become a corporate partner with the McGrath Foundation

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.

Get out for Pink Stumps Day

This cricket season get out in support of Pink Stumps Day to raise funds for 120 more McGrath Breast Care Nurses. Helping 19,000 Aussie families experiencing breast cancer. Find out more about Pink Stumps Day and get out for a great cause.

Pink toy town with confetti

Pink Up Your Town

Towns and communities all around Australia have come together to pink up their town for the entire month of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October). Get involved in your town’s activity now!

McGrath Active

Whatever your fitness level, pinking up and taking on an active event as part of McGrath Active, is a great way to help raise funds to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia!

Do you want to give back? The McGrath Foundation is always on the lookout for passionate people to help out.


Do you want to give back? The McGrath Foundation is always on the lookout for passionate people to help out.

Nikolas makes a big impact

At just 12 years of age, moved by his best friend’s family experience with breast cancer, Nikolas Mitchell decided to support the McGrath Foundation, with a Pull On Your Socks event at his School – Townsville Grammar.  It started out as a small idea which then turned into a whole month of ‘Pink’ Rugby League across the Townsville area.

‘I just wanted to help out families who are in need and support them, because sometimes they can’t do it on their own.

"The reassurance and helpful advice my McGrath Breast Care Nurse gave me at each step has been magnificent. I don’t know how I would have survived mentally and physically without Michelle’s cheery visits and phone calls each week."

Rosemary Fulton, VIC

"My McGrath Breast Care Nurse helped me break down the barriers of understanding and doubt at every stage of my breast cancer experience. I always feel confident knowing that Helen is a phone call away.  She makes me feel safe."

Sharon Neeson, NSW

Ways to give

There are many other ways to get involved with the McGrath Foundation and support McGrath Breast Care Nurses, find out more.