Are you looking for a meaningful way to show your support for someone with breast cancer? Perhaps you want to remember a loved one in a unique and powerful way?
Then why not shave, cut or colour your hair
for life-saving breast cancer research.
HOW IT WORKS
8 year old Abby shaved her head to raise over $5,000 for breast cancer research.
“I wanted to donate my hair for people who have lost their hair from cancer. I chose breast cancer because my dad’s cousin has cancer.”
“On my 12th birthday, I shaved my head in memory of my Nan. My parents broadcasted it on Facebook Live which helped me beat my $2,000 goal."
THIS IS WHAT WE’RE UP AGAINST
This increase is largely due to longer life expectancy, population growth, improved detection methods and also lifestyle changes. Directly or indirectly - more Australian families are likely to be affected by breast cancer than any other type of cancer. While research has told us a lot about what can affect breast cancer risk, more research is required to learn more about the different causes of breast cancer.
Research is the best way to stop deaths from breast cancer.
Not sure about shaving?
There’s lots of other ways to take action towards zero deaths from breast cancer.
Get together with
friends, have fun
and raise funds.
Celebrate your special
occasion with donations
instead of gifts.
I’M ALL SET
Choose your own physical
challenge or register for
an existing event.
I’M READY FOR