Host Girls Night In to support others

EVERYONE is being encouraged to register to host a Cancer Council Girls’ Night In or Pink Ribbon Fundraiser this October and help beat women’s cancers.

Every day in Australia, about 65 women are diagnosed with breast or a gynaecological cancer.
Sadly, every day around 12 Australian women will die from a women’s cancer. The five-year survival rate for breast cancer, increased by 17 per cent from 1982 to 2012, and the five-year survival rate for women with a gynaecological cancer, increased by 7 percent in the same period. This increase in survivors of breast and gynaecological cancers is thanks to advancements in research and prevention that you help fund by supporting Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon campaign.
The Cancer Council aims to minimise the threat of women’s cancers through successful prevention, best treatment, support and world-class cancer research, and Pink Ribbon Day helps raise funds in support of the many thousands of Australian women affected by breast and gynaecological cancers.
The community can show its support by:
• Registering to host a Girls’ Night In or Pink Ribbon Fundraiser. Girls’ Night In is a great opportunity to get your favourite ladies together and raise funds for a great cause, donating the money you would normally spend on a night out.
• Donating to Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon this October. Big or small, your donation will help beat breast and gynaecological cancers.
Getting involved is easy. Simply call 1300 65 65 85 or visit to register and get your free Girls’ Night In host kit.