Gather everyone together for a pink breakfast or morning tea!
Have fun with a theme: try a traditional English tea with scones or a decadent Breakfast at Tiffany's affair!
Want to keep it simple? Just turn everything pink!
You can get help with catering and ask guests to bake and bring their favourite treat. And you could raise some extra money by holding a bake off and charging a donation to enter!
Get together with the girls for a good cause!
Invite the girls to your house and ask them to donate the money they would have spent on a night out. You could get the karaoke machine out, have a dinner party or a movie night - it can be anything you like!
Want to go all out? Book a venue and throw a party!
You can ask local businesses to donate prizes for a raffle or a band to donate their time so you can dance the night away!
Megan’s night in raised $6,000 to fight cancer!
Get your colleagues to unite in pink by organising a Wear Pink To Work day and asking for donations.
Turn it into a fundraiser by putting on a Pink Morning Tea and selling off the treats!
Ask your company to dollar match too so you can increase the funds raised.
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We’ll send you a kit to help you get started and ensure you have everything you need to make your personal impact to fight cancer.
When you sign up, you’ll get your very own fundraising page to tell your story, upload pics and ask your friends for their support.
The Cancer Council team are here to help and we can provide one-to-one support to guide you along the way.
Kirsty, mum of two young girls, was inspired to host her first Girls’ Night In after her close girlfriend was diagnosed with breast cancer. Both women had young babies at the time:
“When you become a mum, you rarely have the energy to focus on your own wellbeing. However to be hit with such news at such a fragile moment of life would have been devastating. I really felt for her. This felt like a small but important way to show I cared”
From humble beginnings in her backyard, Kirsty’s event continues to grow and each year she and her girlfriends have more fun than at the last.
“Last year we hosted a funky 80s pink fluoro party. It's my way of doing my bit, and seeing all those women come together to support each other and have a great night makes everything worthwhile.”
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