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What is Girls' Night In? 

Girls Night In is your chance to get the girls together, host an event and help South Australian women impacted by cancer. Sisters supporting sisters is a powerful thing. Money raised through Cancer Council’s Girls’ Night In will help fund vital research into women’s cancers, cancer prevention and advocacy programs, and support services. Your event can be as big or small as you like, and we will be there every step of the way to make sure your event is as fun and memorable than ever before.

How Girls Night In works

Choose your Girls Night In idea

Choose a date to get your girls (and guys) together

Set a goal of how much you want to raise and how you will raise it.  

Register to set up your personal fundraising page and to get your host kit

Enjoy your Girls' Night In


Your health and wellbeing is our top priority, so we encourage you to always follow the latest government health advice. Our team are here to help, so if you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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Register now to get your Girls' Night In host kit full of goodies!

Here are some host ideas you can do on the night:

Host it Your Way  

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Host a Movie or Board Game Night 

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Host a Dinner Party  

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Host a Pyjama Pamper Night  

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Host a Book Club Night 

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Host it Virtually

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But why limit yourself? You can combine many of the above in the one night!

What to expect once you are registered

Once registered, you will receive a host kit full of tools and resources which will help you plan an unforgettable Girls Night In. Plus, you’ll also be able to access lots of downloadable tools and helpful resources.

Not sure where to start or need more support? Our friendly fundraising experts are on hand to help you when you need it! Once registered we will reach out to you to see how we can help.

Or if you have questions you can call us on 1300 65 65 85 or email

Why your Girls' Night In is so important

At a glance - in South Australia...

more than 1,800

South Australian women are diagnosed with breast
and gynaecological cancer each year.

That equates to

almost 5

South Australian women diagnosed
with breast or gynaecological cancer every day.

By their 85th birthday

One in seven

Australian women will develop breast cancer.

Meet Morgan, who was diagnosed with cervical cancer aged just 27 years old. Morgan knows first hand the impact that a Girls' Night In can have on women across Australia.

Cervical cancer will be eradicated and save millions of lives, but we need your help to get there!' to 'Cervical cancer will be eradicated and save millions of lives, but we need your help to get there!

Meet our Girls' Night In hosts

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