Fundraise for us
Even though it’s hard for us to come together right now, there are still ways you can fundraise to ensure individuals and their families experiencing breast cancer have access to the care and support of our 185 McGrath Breast Care Nurses during this period of uncertainty. So ‘Pink Up’ and show you care; whether it’s by hosting a Pink Stumps Day, giving up a vice or hosting an online morning tea, the ideas are endless!
Your support is needed more than ever to help ensure our 185 McGrath Breast Care Nurses can continue to provide support to families experiencing breast cancer across Australia
How to get started
Find an idea
Be inspired by an idea below or join one of our signature campaigns!
Register your fundraiser
Create a fundraising page, make it unique and set your goals!
Share your fundraiser with friends and family. Make a difference!
Don't let social distancing get in the way of a good idea!
Do a makeover
Grow that glorious mullet or shave those luscious locks – it doesn’t matter, because your makeover will make a difference!
Give up a vice
Go without your daily coffee hit, an afternoon biscuit, or your Netflix subscription. You could even donate the money you save!
Host a virtual event
Host a high tea, a morning tea or just pink up in a virtual get together with friends and family!
Join a campaign
Get Out, Stay In or Go Virtual this cricket season for Pink Stumps Day or prepare to Pink Up Your Town with your local community in October. Check them out below!
Important COVID-19 notice: please ensure you follow the latest advice and information provided by the Australian Government here.
Join in on one of our signature fundraising campaigns
Pink Stumps Day
Pink Stumps Day is a day for cricket clubs, schools, and workplaces to GET OUT, turn your cricket game pink, have fun and fundraise for the McGrath Foundation – all while showing support for people in the community experiencing breast cancer.
Rally your friends and join us on the 12th February 2022!
Pink Up Your Town
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) get the whole community together to Pink Up Your Town and help ensure our 185 McGrath Breast Care Nurses can continue to provide support to families experiencing breast cancer across Australia.
Now in its fourth year, Pink Up Your Town is getting bigger and better every year – so get involved! Turn your town pink and make a difference to the families in your community experiencing breast cancer.
Why fundraise for the McGrath Foundation?
While McGrath Breast Care Nurses have supported over 110,000 families since 2005, there’s still a lot more to do to ensure every family going through breast cancer has access to a McGrath Breast Care Nurse.
Setting a target is a great way to motivate people to help you raise money. However, when setting a target consider your audience and how much they are likely to give. We can help you to set a fundraising target and give you tips to help you achieve it.