Today is a very special Thursday Nurse Day! Meet Christine Walterlin, the newest Associate McGrath Breast Care Nurse. She supports the Goulburn NSW area, and is also the first ever recipient of the Becky Barney Breast Care Nursing Scholarship. Christine will undertake her Graduate Certificate in Breast Care Nursing at the Australian College of Nursing thanks to the kind scholarship provided by...
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Which socks are your favourite?
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Want to host a High Tea this Mother's Day? Tag whoever you'd host with!
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Mosman Harbourside are jumping into their McGrath pink socks - are you? Get your pair here: [ Goo.gl Link ]
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We had so much fun running at the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay - massive thanks for the $10,000 donation! If you’re a runner looking for your next challenge, it’s not too late to sign up to run the NYC Marathon on behalf of the McGrath Foundation. Click here for more information [ Inspiredadventures.com.au Link ]
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For today’s Thursday Nurse Day, we’re celebrating one of our newest McGrath Breast Care Nurses, Michelle Rosano. Michelle is available to support families in Blacktown, Mt Druitt and surrounding communities in Sydney. To learn more about Michelle and the work of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse you can read more here [ Goo.gl Link ]. Welcome to the McGrath Foundation family Michelle!
Whether you’re playing from your backyard or the bush, we love seeing all of your Pink Stumps Day photos. Remember to tag us and share your favourite photos from your Pink Stumps Day
We are pulling on our socks this winter! Are you? Get your own pair here: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Meet Jo, our amazing McGrath Breast Care Nurse based at Broken Hill. Working with the Royal Flying Doctors Service, Jo flies to families in remote communities in NSW, QLD and NT to make their breast cancer experience just a little bit easier.
Happy International Women’s Day to our amazing community of nurses, patients, friends and supporters all across Australia. Together, you’re helping us make life a little bit easier for families experiencing breast cancer.
We love seeing photos of how much fun everyone is having at their Pink Stumps Day! Be sure to tag us and share your favourite Pink Stumps Day photos with us
Whether you’re setting goals in the boardroom, or scoring them on the field, you can put your best foot forward and #pullonyoursocks to support the McGrath Foundation. Purchase your socks at [ Mcgrathfoundation.com.au Link ]
Jane McGrath’s dream was that every family experiencing breast cancer in Australia would have access to a McGrath Breast Care Nurse. Together, we’re getting closer to achieving that vision.
This week’s Thursday Nurse Day features Sue Perryman from Goulburn. Sue has been a McGrath Breast Care Nurse since 2009, and shares her expertise, compassion and care every day with hundreds of families. Thanks Sue!
Go to [ Mcgrathfoundation.com.au Link ] to put your best foot forward.
Our partners ALEX AND ANI have just released the beautiful ‘Arms Of Strength’ bangle, chosen lovingly by Tracy Bevan, with a percentage of sales supporting the McGrath Foundation. Visit an Alex & Ani store this Saturday and 15% of their entire bangle range will be donated to the Foundation.
Be the hope for the 49 people expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia every day this year.
Less than a month until the Sydney Bloomberg Square Mile Relay - we're so pleased to be the official community partner of this great event. Our team's ready - is yours?

McGrath Foundation selected as official partner of the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay

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For today’s Thursday Nurse Day meet Jenny Garner, our wonderful McGrath Breast Care Nurse in Bega, NSW.