You may be retired. A student. A family business. Or a local community group. But however you choose to get involved, just know that everything you do makes a difference.
With your generous support you are playing a vital role in helping the Cindy Mackenzie Breast Cancer Foundation to assist Sunshine Coast breast cancer sufferers and their families with practical and financial support as they fight the battle of their life.
How will you get involved?
- Volunteer Your Time
- Organise A Fundraiser
- Business Partners
- Purchase Merchandise
Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women in Australia and the most common cause of cancer death in Australian women. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 85. In 2006, 312 women were diagnosed with breast cancer on the Sunshine Coast. Breast cancer is still killing and impacting far too many of our loved ones.
We need your help...your generosity ...to make a difference.
Grammar Helping Hands Gets Involved
Inspired by programs such as "Random Acts of Kindness", Sunshine Coast Grammar School introduced Grammar Helping Hands (GHH), the brainchild of Ben Princehorn, as a way to give back to their community. GHH is about servant leadership; giving time, not just money, and looking for opportunities to reach out to others who need a helping hand. Truly community helping community.
Staff and students from the school give up their Saturday afternoon for a GHH backyard blitz, and the Foundation is grateful for the support they have given some of our families. You can read Liam Berneville-Claye's report here.
Thank you Grammar Helping Hands for bringing great joy to these families. You have a made a huge difference.