Coming together for all mums for Mother’s Day
Whether it’s a gift or a get together, we’ve got so many ways to say thank you to mum while also helping support families experiencing breast cancer. Planning a Mother’s Day fundraiser, organising a venue to visit or purchasing a pink product, are all great great ways to celebrate your mum while also making a difference to the life of another mother.
Start planning for next Mother’s Day today!
Buy a Gift
Treat mum to a special gift that she can sport with pride by shopping pink. You’ll feel twice as generous as it’ll be a gift that also helps families experiencing breast cancer.
Host a Fundraiser
Celebrate the exceptional women in your life by getting together and fundraising. Whether you host a high tea, turn your footy match into a fundraiser or host a family ‘McGra-BQ’ it couldn’t be easier to get involved.
Pink Up your Venue
Add a touch of pink to your venues brunch, lunch, afternoon soirée or dinner service – a there are a lot of people interested in supporting a venue that is supporting a cause so close to their hearts.
Meet McGrath Breast Care Nurse, Sam Burns
Reflecting on how her mother’s cancer experience inspired her to become a nurse, Sam reminds us of the importance of mothers and daughters having conversations about breast health this Mother’s Day.
Have a conversation…
Did you know that while half of Aussie women believe that mums are best placed to raise breast health with their daughters, less than a quarter have had this discussion? This Mother’s Day we’re encouraging mums and daughters to have a conversation together about breast health.
Tips for talking with teens
As parents, plenty of us struggle with tricky topics but research reinforces the need for mums to have conversations with their daughters about their breast health.
Share a moment…
Make this Mother’s Day memorable by sharing how you’re coming together with mum with the hashtag #togetherformum