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About the National Breast Cancer Foundation   

 

 

The NBCF is the only national body that funds life-changing breast cancer research with money raised entirely by the Australian public. Breast cancer is the most common life-threatening cancer facing Australian women, mothers, sisters, wives, daughters and friends, and 1 % of males are also diagnosed each year. With 48 Australians diagnosed each day and almost 66,000 Australians living amongst us with breast cancer, there is still much to do.

 

 

 

With 8 Australian’s dying each day, the aspirational goal of the National Breast Cancer Foundation is to see this figure reduced to ZERO deaths from breast cancer by 2030. Research is the only way to prevent deaths, and improve how breast cancer is diagnosed, managed and treated. By funding world-class research, NBCF is leading the way in research projects. 

 

 

Since 1994, NBCF has awarded more than $140 million to 479 Australian-based research projects to improve the health and well-being of those affected by breast cancer, funding research right across the spectrum – from understanding the fundamental basis of the disease to psychosocial research aimed at improving the quality of life for survivors. 

More info on the NBCF is available here:http://nbcf.org.au/about-national-breast-cancer-foundation/about-us/

 

ABOUT PINKTOBER HOBART 2017

 

Government House Pinktober Light Up:

 

When: From 1 October 2017

Where: Government House Hobart

Why:  Pinktober- October is recognised as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and each year here in Tasmania we light up various spaces pink to shine a spotlight on awareness and to highlight the work that the National Breast Cancer Foundation does to assist seek answer and improve outcomes for the 1 in 8 women and 1 % of men affected in Australia each year.

 

Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner AC has  lent her support to the initiative, and Government House in Hobart will also be lit pink, to show support for breast cancer awareness and to promote the value of research to improve outcomes for those in the community impacted by breast cancer.

 

TasTAFE Drysdale House Collins St:

 

TasTAFE’s Drysdale hospitality school will also be getting into the spirit as they are big supporters of cancer fundraising and they will have pink lighting and pink ribbon decorations in  Collins St, as well as a pink cocktail on offer at their Friday night bar across the month.

 

MacMurray Insurance Brokers Pinktober Light Up - Hobart

 

When: From 1 October 2017

Where: Railway Roundabout Fountain, the Elizabeth Mall and Kennedy Lane, and Franklin Square Fountain

To mark the commencement of October, breast cancer awareness month, and to herald the upcoming MacMurray Insurance Brokers Pink Cup on the 8 October in Hobart, the MacMurray Insurance Brokers Pinktober Light Up Hobart will see the Hobart City Council’s sites at the Railway Roundabout Fountain, the Elizabeth Mall and Kennedy Lane, and also the Franklin Square Fountain lit up pink to shine a spotlight on breast cancer awareness this Pinktober in Hobart. As in previous years, the Hobart Volunteer Committee will be encouraging local businesses and store fronts to also consider going pink for the month, as a way to show their support for this initiative.

 

2017 MacMurray Insurance Brokers Pink Cup

 

When: Sunday 8 October 2017 from midday

Where: Luxbet Park Elwick

This annual thoroughbred race day, turning TEN this year, has a wonderful history as a successful grass roots community fundraising event, run entirely by volunteers, and is he largest charity race day held in Tasmania, having run in both Hobart and Launceston with the cup race itself having been run across race tracks in Hobart, Launceston and Devonport.

In Australia, 48 women a day are diagnosed with breast cancer, and 140 men are diagnosed each year. There are over 65,000 people living with breast cancer in Australia today, with 8 women dying each day.  The  aspirational goal of the NBCF is to see this figure reduced to ZERO deaths from breast cancer by 2030.  This can only be achieved by research, which costs money. 

In the years since inception in 2008, this Tasmanian race day has  raised over $234,000 net profit for the charity, which has enormous benefit to the research that the NBCF funds.

Funds raised locally at this  race day in 2016 have ultimately assisted support the NBCF's  Endowed Chairs initiative, ensuring two leading lights working on research into breast cancer can continue their vital ground breaking work, feeding into the global knowledge about breast cancer.

Tickets cost $75 a head with 20% of the ticket price being donated to the charity.

As well as raising much needed funds for a valued cause, the Pink Cup is also a fun and affordable event that brings together guests from within the state as well as interstate. 

Call the Tasmanian Racing Club  on 03 6272 9492 to book, or email eventstas@gmail.com to sponsor a race, to donate an item,  or to discuss aligning.

 

Pinktober Bootcamp   https://www.facebook.com/militarymumma/posts/1433590220067327:0

 

When: Saturday 14 October 2017 at 9.30 am for one hour

Where:  Military Mumma Cambridge Park

Cost: $10 as a donation to the NBCF

Come along, get active, wear pink and go in to the prize draw.

To register and sign up to attend go to:   https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/mainclass?studioid=227491&tg=22&vt=10&lvl=&stype=-7&view=day&trn=3&page=&catid=&prodid=&date=10%2f14%2f17&classid=0&prodGroupId=&sSU=&optForwardingLink=&qParam=&justloggedin=&nLgIn=&pMode=0&loc=1

 

PINK RIBBON BREAKFAST

Want to host your own event this Pinktober?  go to  the NBCF site www.nbcf.org.au   to  find out how to register your own event this Pinktober.

 

For more info go to:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1566508360095528/

 

And although not strictly in October, signing up can be done now for  the Raw Challenge Tasmania on the 5 November at Marion Bay on the Falls site. Raw Challenge Tasmania will be having an 11.15 AM Pink Wave for those keen to sign up for this time slot and support the NBCF. More details can be found online at the Raw Challenge Tasmania's website and on their facebook site too. A percentage of the profits from the the ticket price will be donated to the NBCF if you choose to compete in the Pink Wave.

 

 

http://www.rawchallenge.com.au/event/raw-challenge-marion-bay-tas-november-2017/

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/raw-challenge-tasmania-at-marion-bay-5th-november-2017-sun-tickets-32995687991

 

 

 

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