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Bubbly Breakfast Goes Back to the 80’s

It was big and bubbly and a whole lot of 80’s fun! Thank you to everyone who came along to raise funds for HBCF at the Bubbly Breakfast. You raised over $23 800 for the Memory Box Program. This new, incredibly important, initiative will give women with advanced breast cancer the opportunity to record a video message and photo shoot for family and friends housed in a beautiful wooden box. Your support at the bubbly breakfast will give 16 Hunter women the chance to make a memory box for their loved ones. What a great result!

Proudly supported by Peterson House with their signature pink bubbles and the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley.

 

      

Meet our new Ambassadors

We’re excited to announce Ben Kennedy and Sam Poolman as Boot Out Breast Cancer Ambassadors, helping to launch the 2018 Boot Out Breast Cancer season. Hunter residents and local sports heroes, Ben and Sam, understand the very real impacts of cancer, with Kennedy having lost his mum Karen to breast cancer in 2016. “I know

Over 10,000 cushions made for breast cancer patients

For the past fifteen years, Jane Harris (pictured), has volunteered her services to the Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation (HBCF) to co-ordinate the sewing of hundreds of HBCF Comfort Cushions each year. The Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation Comfort Cushions provide relief after breast cancer surgery to patients throughout the Hunter and aid in their recovery. Jane

Hike for Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation

17-21 February 2019 Trek Australia’s Tarkine and Cradle Mountain region in ruggedly beautiful Tasmania with a team of HBCF supporters. As part of this adventure, you will spend seven days immersed in the inimitable beauty of Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain National Park and Tarkine rainforest. Setting off from Launceston, you will trek to the pristine Philosophers