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The Something Pink Legacy Continues

The Something Pink Legacy Continues

Something Pink started out as a simple idea that blossomed into a community-wide movement, all in the name of supporting those with Breast Cancer.

Katrina Tedge and Gai Robinson (pictured right) founded Something Pink Kalgoorlie in 2017. Gai, whose indomitable spirit inspired the initiative, sadly lost her battle to Metastatic Breast Cancer in 2019. But her memory lives on through the dedication of Katrina, herself a breast cancer survivor, and their committed team.

Their journey began with distributing pink fundraising tins across town, a humble effort that soon evolved into the annual extravaganza known as ‘Something Pink.’

Thanks to the unwavering support of the Kalgoorlie community and the support of VM Drilling, Something Pink has raised over $350,000 for BCRC-WA, funding vital research and support programs. And now, their generosity extends even further as they’ve pledged an annual contribution of $5000 to BCRC-WA, ensuring ongoing support for those affected by breast cancer.

BCRC-WA is deeply grateful for the incredible dedication and generosity of Katrina, Gai, and the entire Something Pink team.

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