When you play, party or decorate in pink, you will be raising funds to ensure no one misses out on the care of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse.

There’s always a fun way to fundraise

Pink Up Your Town, go out swinging on Pink Stumps Day or fundraise your way. Whatever you do, you’ll be helping the McGrath Foundation work towards our mission of ensuring that no one misses out on care.


There’s always a fun way to fundraise. Dress in pink and do it your way to show your community what the colour pink means to you.


Turn your town pink during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Your efforts will bring the care of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse to more individuals and their families.


Assemble your cricket team and pink up the pitch to ensure no one goes through breast cancer without the care of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse.


Pink is the colour of your products, morning teas, webinars, office cricket matches or team drinks.

Join our incredible community

Get inspired by our amazing McGrath Foundation fundraisers. Together, we can work towards a future where no one misses out on the care of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse.

Pink Up Penrith

When Gai Hawthorn, CEO of Penrith CBD Corporation, was contacted by the McGrath Foundation in 2018, her board members had a polite giggle, because Gai didn’t follow cricket. Since then, McGrath Foundation Co-Founder and President Glenn McGrath has taught Gai a thing or two about the game — and also collaborated with her committee to increase breast cancer awareness and raise important funds with Pink Up Penrith

Emmaus Christian School

When Emmaus Christian School teacher Ms O’Connell was diagnosed with breast cancer, it was felt deeply through the whole community. Ms O’Connell is a beloved teacher who had been teaching at the school from primary to Year 10 for many years, when she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in April 2022.

North Kalgoorlie Cricket Club

The third annual Pink Stumps Day event took place on the 18th of February 2023, and what a day it was for the Kalgoorlie- Boulder community. A hot and balmy 37 degree and the side of the cricket oval was a sea of pink. Roughly 60 local women came out to watch the Eastern Goldfields Cricket Association A-grade competition.

Need help with your pink fundraiser?

Call our fundraising team on 02 8962 6100 or email 

Why fundraise?

The McGrath Foundation currently funds 223 McGrath Breast Care Nurses, across Australia, who have provided care and support to over 137,000 families since 2005.

There is so much more we need to do to ensure that every family going through breast cancer has access to a McGrath Breast Care Nurse.

When you turn pink, you’ll be helping the McGrath Foundation reach our mission of ensuring no one misses out on this type of care.

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