We are a clinician-led organisation where patient education and support services are initiated by the very people who treat breast cancer patients every day.
Your donation will help us enhance breast cancer treatment and care, and increase survival rates.
We began in 2009 with a vision to provide high quality care while conducting research that would deliver the most advanced treatments and save lives.
BCRC-WA conducts research into breast cancer treatment and care that underpins the treatment we provide to our patients.
We are honoured to have been the beneficiary of so many fantastic fundraising campaigns and events.
Thanks to PRC who donated $10 from every mammogram in October 2018 to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Week. Professor Chan was delighted to be presented with a cheque for $9519.
Susanna De Castro’s family will continue to run Susanna’s Afternoon Tea to honour her memory and to raise funds for BCRC-WA.
In 2018, her family raised $7104. Our sincerest thanks to all.
Something Pink is now an annual fundraising event in Kalgoorlie which raises much needed funds for BCRC-WA. In 2019, an amazing $90,000 was raised. Thank you Something Pink. You are amazing!
Through Raising Hope, a charity for breast cancer research, the legacy of its founder, Narelle Helsmans, lives on.
The Kalamunda Bush Fire Brigade faces danger everyday, but the fieries there reckon that pales into insignificance compared to a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis. They raised $10,096 to help us continue our life saving clincial trials. Read their story here.
For 8 nights in April 2018, Karl Keegan trekked the Kokoda and raised $5650 for BCRC-WA. Thank you Karl, the money you raised goes fully to benefit patients.
To thank Prof. Chan for caring for his sister, Aaron Dark wanted to raise funds for BCRC-WA. After growing his beard and hair for nearly
two years, he shaved it off in July and raised $4900. As Aaron says,
donations are like boobs, little or large, each and every one counts!
Willow Warren feels lucky because she doesn’t have breast cancer but she’s had 4 people close to her diagnosed with the disease. This compelled her to do something to help so she lost her locks to raise funds. Read her story at fundraising platform Chuffed.
David ‘Macca’ McCarthy is taking part in the 2019 Rottnest Channel Swim. He’s inspired by the work of BCRC-WA and wants help by raising money as part of his swim. To support Macca visit Everydayhero.
Create your own fundraising page online at:
Mycause or Everydayhero
In October 2018, as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cherrilyn Lee cut her hair, and at the same time, raised funds for BCRC-WA. She as inspired to do so after losing a friend to breast cancer.
Start a fundraiser to allow us to continue our research into the causes, prevention and treatment for breast cancer.