Throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month, local pubs The Belmont Hotel and Warner’s Bay Sports Club went pink to support local families through breast cancer. There was a series of fun pink initiatives that the punters enjoyed including raffles, pink merchandise at the bar and donations. Organised by long time supporter Jaqui Brady, the community came
Nova Alliance Bank has upped the ante to help local charities. Since it was established in 1964 as a local credit union, the Nova Alliance Bank has provided grants and incentives to local charities but in 2020 decided to expand the grant program. This year five local charities each received a grant of $5,000 to
This October is breast cancer awareness month across the country, with funding tighter than ever before. HBCF have had a record breaking number of local residents sign on to raise funds for local support services. Over 50 local businesses and families have signed up and pledged to make it pink this month and show their
The Target Store at Charlestown will be holding a pink fundraiser to raise funds for hunter families going through breast cancer. The local Target store has been supporting HBCF for a number of years. The funds they have raised have contributed towards the practical support services helping locals through breast cancer.
El’amore Cafe & Grill went pink for the month of October to support local families through breast cancer. The local cafe had raffles, donations, a pink event and attendees enjoyed live music. Local patrons dressed up in their finest pink for the event and rasied vital funds for the good cause. Now more than ever,
Camilla is shaving her head in honour of her beloved mum, Vera. Camilla’s mother, Vera lost her fight to breast cancer when she was 8 years old. She was a remarkable woman who always fought for a better life. As a young woman, her Mother and father fled Czechoslovakia (now The Czech Republic) to escape