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Our Supporters

Without the backing of the Hunter business community, much of the work of the Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation would not be possible. The Foundation receives no Government funding, so therefore relies on the generosity of the local community for donations. The Foundation has been fortunate to form a partnership with many organisations over the years.

Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation

Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation makes a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need. The Foundation has supported the HBCF with the purchase of a company vehicle which allows us to continue one of our integral supportive care services; transporting patients to and from their medical appointments.

Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation

Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation makes a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need. The Foundation has supported the HBCF with the purchase of a company vehicle which allows us to continue one of our integral supportive care services; transporting patients to and from their medical appointments.

ClubsNSW

ClubsNSW is the peak body for registered clubs in NSW, a not-for-profit industry which employs more than 41,000 staff, includes more than 44,000 volunteers and is home to more than 5.7 million members. They are an ongoing partner of the Foundation, using their wide-reach to raise awareness and funds.

ClubsNSW

ClubsNSW is the peak body for registered clubs in NSW, a not-for-profit industry which employs more than 41,000 staff, includes more than 44,000 volunteers and is home to more than 5.7 million members. They are an ongoing partner of the Foundation, using their wide-reach to raise awareness and funds.

Hunter United

Hunter United commenced life in 1963 as the BHP (Newcastle) Employees’ Credit Union and has progressively grown into a community based financial institution serving the Hunter Valley. They are the largest locally based credit union and has seven branches across the region including Broadmeadow, Charlestown, Glendale, Jesmond, Marketown East, Mayfield and Greenhills (East Maitland).

Hunter United have a pink credit card, featuring the logo of the HBCF, and provide financial support as well as vital awareness raising.

Hunter United

Hunter United commenced life in 1963 as the BHP (Newcastle) Employees’ Credit Union and has progressively grown into a community based financial institution serving the Hunter Valley. They are the largest locally based credit union and has seven branches across the region including Broadmeadow, Charlestown, Glendale, Jesmond, Marketown East, Mayfield and Greenhills (East Maitland).

Hunter United have a pink credit card, featuring the logo of the HBCF, and provide financial support as well as vital awareness raising.

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