How Cancer Impacts Our Story
My grandma's cancer was so advanced and to this day, I don't know what form of cancer it was.
20 years later, I volunteered for an administration assistant position at Cancer Council. 1 year after that, I realise how important it is to raise awareness about cancer prevention, available programs to support others including: counselling, accomodation, transport, school functions, fundraising events and so forth.
If my grandma were going through what she did today, there would be more awareness and possibly earlier detection - and she may have still been here with us.
Thank you for reading. Let's get fundraising!
Help me create a cancer free future!
I’m hosting a Girls’ Night In to change the future for all South Australian women.
Every day South Australian women will hear those dreaded words, “you have cancer” and while the survival rate has increased, there is still more work to be done.
That’s why I’m bringing everyone together - to raise funds to get us closer to a future free from women’s cancers.
I would love for your support! Come along to my Girls’ Night In or donate today on this page.
By supporting my Girls’ Night In, you will contribute to freeing the future from cancer.
Your support will be powering vital research, prevention and support services. Making a difference to so many in their most vulnerable time, now and into the future.
Together, we can create a future for all South Australian women.
Thank you to my Supporters
Luke Mitchell & Diana Mitchell
Ivan Victor Nicdao