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Best fundraising activity for breast cancer research?

by Justine Crowley (follow)
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Image: National Breast Cancer Foundation Facebook page. At another worthy Breast Cancer research fundraising event. Go pink.

At one stage or another, we're all touched by this awful women's illness. Breast Cancer impacts all women; even if you have never been diagnosed with Breast Cancer before, and touchwood you won't. Whether anyone in your family currently has, or has had Breast Cancer, or even one of your friends has it; or perhaps you work closely with someone who has been diagnosed with Breast Cancer; it somehow affects many of us. We're even hearing of celebrities having it. An abundance of fundraising activities have evolved to raise much needed funds to go towards Breast Cancer research, to ultimately find a cure, and we're in and enrolled towards something visionary. On that note, which fundraising activity in the country do you believe is the best/most effective when it comes to this initiative?


# Health
# Wellbeing
# Breast Cancer Research
# Fundraising
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I'd have to say the Mothers Day Classic. It is an annual fun run event held in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth and Adelaide. Choose from either the 4km or 8km run, and the 4km walk. A great way to keep fit on a Sunday morning. This event is designed to raise funds for breast cancer research, and the pink parade rules. Fun activities are also put on by many different sponsors. Walking and running for Breast Cancer research never felt so great. You can wear memorial messages in memory of loved ones, who either have or not survived Breast Cancer, as in the image shown. Note: Image sourced from the Mothers Day Classic Facebook page.
I think bake sales at your church is a good way. We held one not long ago at our church and it attracted a lot of members from the local community. It was also a very fun day with raffles, games and activities.
by WSW
Relay for life is a great way to help breast cancer survivors and remember the ones who did not win the battle with cancer:
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