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Research for a World Without Breast Cancer

The Australia and New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group (ANZBCTG) conducts an independent, collaborative breast cancer clinical trials research program to save lives from breast cancer.
 
Clinical trials identify new, safe and effective treatments and treatment strategies for those diagnosed with breast cancer and prevention strategies for all, particularly for women at increased risk. 
 
We work with researchers throughout Australia, New Zealand and globally to pool resources, avoid duplication, share knowledge and achieve research progress faster for the benefit of all women.
 
The Breast Cancer Institute of Australia (BCIA) is the fundraising and education department of the ANZBCTG.  Ongoing support for clinical trials research is essential for progress - results can be achieved more quickly, when more funding is available.  
 
Our aim is to eradicate all suffering from breast cancer and achieve the ultimate goal of “a world without breast cancer.”
 

Recent Breast Cancer Research News

Australia Recruits World's First Patient to Landmark Breast Cancer Clinical Trial 28/04/2015
An Australian woman has become the world's first patient to be enrolled in an international breast cancer clinical trial, which will be testing the anti-tumour activity of a new drug called KEYTRUDA when combined with trastuzumab. more...
Young Australian Breast Cancer Researcher Receives International Recognition 23/04/2015
Medical Oncologist Dr Nicholas Zdenkowski has been recognised with a prestigious Merit Award from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). more...
New Survey Results Show the Extent of Breast Cancer Treatment Before Surgery 20/03/2015
A new survey of Australian and New Zealand (ANZ) breast cancer specialists has identified the clinical practice patterns, reasons for and barriers to breast cancer treatment before surgery - known as neoadjuvant systemic therapy (NAST). more...

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Messages from our breast cancer research supporters

  • Dianne
    27/05/2015
    Every bit counts.
  • Matthew
    26/05/2015
    In memory of a friend taken way too soon due to this terrible disease. If this donation assists in any small part in finding a cure, then it is worthwhile.
  • Garfield
    24/05/2015
    I have been diagnosed with DCIS and am having a mastectomy. My friends threw a party and made donations.
  • Elizabeth
    24/05/2015
    I'm happy to continue my support for the great work done for women's health.
  • Ben
    24/05/2015
    My mum's friend and neighbour was in remission but has been struck again. For Mother's Day and mothers.
  • Angela
    21/05/2015
    Family members and friends with breast cancer have received so much help and support through BCIA, thank you so very much x
  • Christine
    19/05/2015
    Lives are changed forever with a diagnosis of breast cancer. Research programs uncover treatments & strategies that save lives.
  • Kay
    16/05/2015
    Simply because I am healthy and not everyone is as fortunate.
  • Liz
    16/05/2015
    To support all those battling cancer my thoughts are with them.
  • Fiona
    15/05/2015
    My very close friend had breast cancer, she has been given the all clear, thank goodness. Also my aunty and her two daughters-in-law have had it as well.
  • Amy
    15/05/2015
    My grandmother was a breast cancer survivor. My mum says if everyone donates just $10 to help fund research think about the difference it will make.
  • John
    14/05/2015
    Finding a cure is very important to me and my family.
  • Katherine
    13/05/2015
    In memory of Anne Patricia Lawrence. A beautiful, sweet soul. A loss to all who knew her.
  • Sholto
    13/05/2015
    My mother has had breast cancer, she has also had a breast removed which has removed the cancer. We hope.
  • Noeline
    12/05/2015
    My sister has had a double mastectomy and research is essential.
  • Simone
    11/05/2015
    Mum wanted me to donate to this cause this year instead of a present. Cancer has touched our lives a number of times and we want to help in any way we can.
  • Peter
    11/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day Mum. Love, Peter & Bee.
  • Chris
    10/05/2015
    This is for my stepmother, whose sister has survived a breast cancer ordeal, which was very difficult for everybody but thankfully came to a happy conclusion.
  • Stacey
    10/05/2015
    My cousin Sally-Anne fought for 11 years but sadly died a month before her 50th birthday. Thinking of you. Love Stacey. xxx
  • Bonnie
    10/05/2015
    I have donated as my mum had breast cancer and I wanted to donate as I am so grateful and lucky she is still with us today.
  • Lenore
    10/05/2015
    I didn't go in the Mother's Day Classic walk because it was raining so I made a donation this way instead.
  • Trevor
    10/05/2015
    We all know or have been touched by someone who has had breast cancer so it is the Australian way to help when we can.
  • Natasha
    10/05/2015
    I donated today as a tribute to my mum. I was unable to give my mum flowers or tell her face to face how much she means to me today. Last year she passed away.
  • Emma
    10/05/2015
    To help other's as much as you helped our Mum :) xx
  • Jonathan
    10/05/2015
    Prevention is better than cure. Let's beat breast cancer as a community.
  • Eleanor
    10/05/2015
    For all those who have lost their mums to share today with. This is for you <3
  • Brooke
    10/05/2015
    I'm very lucky that my mum is a healthy lady. I want everyone who is fighting breast cancer and won or sadly no longer here to know we're thinking of them.
  • Sayeh
    10/05/2015
    Love you Mum xx
  • Tali
    10/05/2015
    My mum who won her fight against breast cancer. She truly deserves the whole world. I can only afford a small donation, but this is so important!
  • Kayla
    10/05/2015
    For my beautiful grandmother who is so special to me.
  • Geniene
    10/05/2015
    We've lost too many loved ones to breast cancer and seen too many suffer. We have too much stuff and it's hard to buy. This is Mum and my second year of this.
  • Elliot
    10/05/2015
    Mum is a survivor and said no presents. Best gift out I think!
  • Sarah
    10/05/2015
    I know my mum would much rather this as a gift on this special day.
  • Claire
    10/05/2015
    My grandmother (my mum's mother) had breast cancer and my sister and I thought that since our mum is hard to buy gifts for, we would donate to this cause.
  • Daniel
    10/05/2015
    Just want to end Breast Cancer.
  • Bindi
    10/05/2015
    Thinking of the special women in our life who are breast cancer survivors.
  • Julie
    10/05/2015
    I am donating on Mother's day in memory of my mum, Ethel Pauline Murphy who was the best mum anyone could ever hope for.
  • Christine
    10/05/2015
    The most beautiful mother in the world!
  • Kristen
    10/05/2015
    My mother is so strong to have gone through what she has. As parents get older it becomes difficult to buy material things. This was a perfect gift for Mum.
  • Debra
    10/05/2015
    Thinking of a dear friend today.
  • Mic
    10/05/2015
    We love you mum!
  • Marcus
    10/05/2015
    My friends' mother has just been diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Claire
    10/05/2015
    I'm lucky to be able to say happy Mother's Day to my healthy amazing mum. Not everyone is this fortunate so a donation has been made for more research.
  • Matt
    10/05/2015
    Essential research issue for all !
  • Michael
    10/05/2015
    Too many women that I've had the privilege to meet have passed or have been diagnosed with breast cancer including my sister and a dear friend.
  • Sue
    10/05/2015
    Mum has been cancer free for 16 years and counting!
  • Cherie
    10/05/2015
    Mum said no presents this year but I still wanted to do something for her thought this was the perfect thing!
  • Simon
    10/05/2015
    For all who suffer from this disease and those in the future.
  • Julie
    10/05/2015
    My mother is a very important part of my life. Breast Cancer research helps to keep her here with me longer.
  • Scott
    10/05/2015
    For the two most important women in my life. One that has molded me to the person I am and the other that makes me a better person just for knowing her.
  • Belinda
    10/05/2015
    I have an Aunty who has survived breast cancer and my sister has just been diagnosed so any support helps so much.
  • Adam
    10/05/2015
    Cancer touches everyone and hopefully together we can find a cure!
  • Harry
    09/05/2015
    I wanted to do this because i'm horrible with buying gifts for mum on Mother's Day and I thought this year I would finally do something meaningful.
  • Kate
    09/05/2015
    For all the nannas, mums & daughters out there who wish for a breast cancer free world.........
  • Toni
    09/05/2015
    For all that have fought and lost we are thinking of you, for all that are still fighting stay strong.
  • Christine
    09/05/2015
    I chose to donate money to breast cancer research, as a mother's day gift for my Mum. This is for her best friend Lynne and her fight against breast cancer.
  • Caitlin
    09/05/2015
    This is in recognition of all the women who have fought this, I pray that we all stay healthy forever.
  • Fiona
    09/05/2015
    For my mum, my 3 sisters, 2 sis-in-laws, 1 daughter, 4 nieces, my girlfriends & all the other future women to join our family xxx
  • Mark
    09/05/2015
    We wish & hope that breast cancer can be cured in the not too distant future.
  • Jodie
    09/05/2015
    Keep up the good work BCIA! We hope our donation can assist you in the fight against Breast Cancer.
  • Marianne
    09/05/2015
    My mum has had breast cancer and won her battle. This is a truly worthy Institute.
  • Tayla
    09/05/2015
    My mother was one of the lucky survivors of this horrible disease that affects too many families. She is an inspiration to many women. May love be with you all.
  • Belinda
    09/05/2015
    My mum requested a donation instead of a present as two of her oldest friends are currently fighting cancer.
  • Brooke
    09/05/2015
    After my aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer, it's always been a cause that's close to our hearts. A great gift for a loved one!
  • Nicole
    09/05/2015
    My beautiful 'sista' is a BC survivor and an inspiration. So proud of her! I hope my small donation can help make a difference to the lives of others. xox
  • Danielle
    09/05/2015
    I think it is a worthy cause and have had many friends over the years affected by breast cancer. I'd like to think I'm helping prevent this tragedy for others.
  • Rachel
    09/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all the amazing Mums in the world xxxxxxxx
  • Sarah
    09/05/2015
    My mother requests this every year as she feels that she doesn't need presents and would rather we help to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer.
  • Susan
    09/05/2015
    If something is broke you do something to fix it, Let's fix breast cancer,
  • Robyn
    09/05/2015
    i just want to say I am very lucky to have a mother so beautiful inside and out. I love you and I love your strength and friendship Robyn xx
  • Sherren
    09/05/2015
    Too many wonderful women who left us far too soon.
  • Janice
    09/05/2015
    In loving memory of my beautiful cousin Maureen, who should still be with us today. x x Janice
  • Ryan
    09/05/2015
    My mum died from Breast Cancer when i was 7, 19 yrs ago and this seems the best way to fight the disease so no one goes through the same thing.
  • Ryan
    09/05/2015
    My mother died from Breast Cancer 19 years ago when i was 7 years old. Now with a family of my own this seams one of the only ways I can help in the fight.
  • Lauren
    09/05/2015
    In memory of my lovely Grandma Fay Cartmel. My mums, mum!
  • Hayden
    09/05/2015
    My Mother is a Breast Cancer Survivor.
  • Natalie
    09/05/2015
    I donated for my mum for Mother's Day. She is a breast cancer survivor & I want others to be survivors too! Natalie :)
  • Kylz
    09/05/2015
    In memory of Ma.
  • Lucy
    09/05/2015
    Mother's Day is a celebration of all the Mum's out there who do so much for us, so what better way to give a gift to them all?
  • Andrew F
    09/05/2015
    To Help!
  • Sasitorn
    09/05/2015
    My mother is currently going through chemotherapy which makes this a personal and thoughtful gift for mother's day as I am thinking about her.
  • Kelly
    09/05/2015
    For my mum in memory of her amazing sister, my aunt, Rhonda. We miss you every day.
  • Kerryn
    09/05/2015
    In memory of an Aunty we lost last year to breast cancer.
  • Belinda
    09/05/2015
    For my grandmother and mum who have done this terrible journey...
  • Taylor
    09/05/2015
    My family has lost so many loved ones to cancer so what better Mother's Day gift to give then making a difference and helping to stop cancer.
  • Bree
    09/05/2015
    A world without breast cancer would be amazing. My grandmother died at 40 before I met her and my mother law is now in remission. We need this vital research.
  • Maree
    09/05/2015
    Today is not just about my mum, it is about other amazing women in my life who have been touched by breast cancer. This donation acknowledges them all.
  • Donna
    09/05/2015
    My beautiful friend & mother figure is the most kind, caring and inspirational person I know. This is my gift to her, which is close to home.
  • Ebony
    09/05/2015
    Just as a little something extra for my very special mother.
  • Heather
    09/05/2015
    A gift for someone who has everything xx
  • Lucy
    09/05/2015
    For all the mums.
  • Wendy
    09/05/2015
    I made my donation today to honour my mum and all mums and to pay special tribute to my beautiful friend Eve who I miss every day. xx
  • Ebony
    09/05/2015
    For the many amazing women that are affected <3
  • Marney
    09/05/2015
    Thinking of everyone who has lost, dealing with or caring for a loved one with this insidious disease. M xo
  • Elise
    09/05/2015
    My mum is the best. She doesn't want silly presents. She has received so much support from the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia. Love you Mum x
  • Nicole
    09/05/2015
    This donation is for a close family friend battling this vicious disease. Stay strong and keep fighting. x
  • Joe
    09/05/2015
    This is the best gift idea ever that really tugs at the heart of everyone who has lost anyone. God bless
  • Mimi
    09/05/2015
    Because of my boyfriends beautiful mother
  • Gordon
    09/05/2015
    Other Mums will also receive a gift from this donation.
  • Kerry
    09/05/2015
    This is a great way to make a donation & get a Mother?s day card to my sister travelling overseas. This is our first Mother?s day without our Mum.
  • Laura
    09/05/2015
    It's such a deserving cause!
  • Linda
    09/05/2015
    In memory of Tracey Sands loved wife, mother, sister and daughter taken too young but never forgotten.
  • David
    09/05/2015
    My mothers unselfishness towards others meant she asked for a donation instead of a gift which we were very happy to do as our very closest friend has cancer
  • Kenneth
    09/05/2015
    Grateful is a word to summarise how lucky we are and thankful for the amazing job the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia does. Our family thanks you.
  • Angus
    09/05/2015
    My mum is a breast cancer survivor.
  • Chris
    09/05/2015
    Better than the crappy chocolate :)
  • Andrew
    09/05/2015
    We are very fortunate having this amazing lady guide and support our family for so many years. Your donation is to give other families this same opportunity.
  • Ashlea
    09/05/2015
    My step mum had breast cancer so supporting this cause means a lot to us all. A little difference can go a long way
  • Peter
    08/05/2015
    Let's beat this bad thing!
  • Michelle
    08/05/2015
    Donating to this cause is a great gift to all women. Intangible though it may seem, this gift is meaningful beyond the material.
  • Glenn
    08/05/2015
    This is a brilliant idea. I know my mother will appreciate this gesture. At least she cannot tell me not to buy her anything !
  • Virginia
    08/05/2015
    I'm one of the lucky ones. My Mum has survived breast cancer. If it wasn't for the research so far, my daughters would never have met their Yiayia xx
  • Nicole
    08/05/2015
    I think breast cancer has touched every single person I know...we have to find a cure! We just have to!
  • Violeta
    08/05/2015
    In memory of my beautiful aunt, you are dearly missed x
  • Melanie
    08/05/2015
    My mum was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer on Mother's Day 2005. We just celebrated her 10 yr anniversary in remission. My donation is for my mum.
  • Roxanne
    08/05/2015
    My Nanna is only months away from what we are hoping is an all clear! I want more people to be as lucky as my beautiful Nanna.
  • Natalee
    08/05/2015
    To help raise money for a cure for breast cancer.
  • Jason
    08/05/2015
    We as a family have donated to the Breast Cancer Institute on behalf of our Mum on Mother's Day so that one day Cancer will be a thing of the past!!
  • Kirsty
    08/05/2015
    Donated for mum plus many others who have fought breast cancer.
  • Clare
    08/05/2015
    Just thinking of all the Mother's who are battling breast cancer and wish them all the very best xx
  • Mark
    08/05/2015
    My mother is a breast cancer survivor and it is through the great work of organisations like the BCIA that she and many other survivors are here today.
  • Bernadeen
    08/05/2015
    My mother is an unsung hero and its a good opportunity to say how much she means to me.
  • Guy
    08/05/2015
    My wife has had Breast Cancer, but is clear now. I want to give back to those who helped her and numerous others who are fighting this disease.
  • Nicole
    08/05/2015
    Each year we do this in lieu of a gift for my mother, to hopefully one day find a cure for this terrible disease.
  • Rachel
    08/05/2015
    A world without breast cancer would be the best Mother's Day gift of all.
  • Julia
    08/05/2015
    Mum insisted on donations for Breast Cancer. Such a selfless wish - and having seen the beautiful E-card for Mother's Day, I am so glad I did. Love you Mum !
  • Elise
    08/05/2015
    I lost my nanna to breast cancer and felt that it was a nice way to give to my mum on Mother's Day in memory of my nanna.
  • Leah
    08/05/2015
    My mother is a breast cancer survivor and it's because of generous donations to the BCIA that she received treatments that saved her life.
  • Leanne
    08/05/2015
    A special time to remember those with cancer. Donating to the BCIA instead of a gift is a wonderful way to raise funding to wipe out breast cancer.
  • Claire
    08/05/2015
    Having just been diagnosed with cervical cancer myself, want to shout out to all the ladies riding the C train and wishing you good health.
  • Diyana
    08/05/2015
    I am blessed to have my mum invent life every day and it's days like Mother's Day that remind me how lucky I am.
  • Georgia
    08/05/2015
    Let us hope that through these donations the number of deaths from breast cancer can be drastically reduced. Love you Mum :-)
  • Adrian
    08/05/2015
    Even though we have not been touched by breast cancer, we want those who have to know how much we care and support them.
  • Joy
    08/05/2015
    I've supported BCIA's Mother's Day appeal for several years now, when a friend of mine got breast cancer. Now I have another friend & mum-in-law. Great cause!
  • Tracey
    08/05/2015
    It's time for a cure! The more we can donate to help find a cure the better. Every little bit helps.
  • Marina
    08/05/2015
    For my Mum, Marina. She is a strong and loving woman, and remains passionate to support breast cancer research. xx Charles
  • Andrea
    08/05/2015
    In memory of Nancy Smith - an amazing Mum, Aunty, Grandma, friend and woman. xxxx
  • Rachel
    08/05/2015
    This is the best Mother's Day present that I can give my mum.
  • Lauren
    08/05/2015
    I believe all young women should get to experience a happy and fulfilling life with their lovely Mothers just like I do :)
  • Belinda
    08/05/2015
    I haven't been close to anyone with breast cancer and I hope I never will, so my wish for my mum and mother-in-law this Mother's Day is for a cure.
  • Matt
    08/05/2015
    Breast cancer has affected our family and impacts so many. This is a great way to do something small that could make a big difference to your someone special.
  • Mellissa
    08/05/2015
    My beautiful Mum is a strong woman and a survivor. I want to imagine a world without breast cancer.
  • Dale
    08/05/2015
    My mother is a breast cancer survivor, I'd do anything to help end breast cancer.
  • Lisa
    08/05/2015
    In memory of my dear mum who passed away in 2003 with breast cancer, miss you so much Mum x
  • Michael
    08/05/2015
    My Mum has had breast cancer and we look forward to the day that cancer is not part of our lives and all can have the happiness of family being around them.
  • Mandy
    08/05/2015
    A donation to breast cancer for my Mum on Mother's Day, something which I know will mean a lot to my Mum. Thank you for being the best ever Mum.
  • Frank
    08/05/2015
    Your strength in getting through this has been so wonderful. To have you back in good health mum - I'm so happy.
  • Paul
    08/05/2015
    I live in Australia but my Mum is in NZ. The money that I would have to spend on posting a small gift to NZ can be put to much greater use by BCIA.
  • Lisa
    08/05/2015
    My mum has overcome breast cancer so is one of the lucky ones but it has changed her life, she is only now able to travel & enjoy her life with dad.
  • Anthony
    08/05/2015
    My mother Rosslyn Carlyle passed away in 1988 of breast cancer. All the boys miss you mum xxxx
  • Michael
    08/05/2015
    This is great gift of love on a day that Mothers are just happy to be acknowledged by those they care about most. Each small contribution may make a difference.
  • Sasha
    08/05/2015
    Breast cancer has affected my family and many families I know. We need to find a cure!
  • Tania
    08/05/2015
    I was diagnosed on 3/12/14. So in lieu of flowers for my Mum this year, I have made a donation, so no one else has to go through what I have been through.
  • Danielle
    08/05/2015
    Donating for our mum who is a breast cancer survivor and for all others out there fighting this terrible illness. Happy Mother's Day mum.
  • Rebecca
    07/05/2015
    Lost my amazing friend Holly in 2014 and hoping donations will enable researchers to find ways to prevent us losing more of the amazing women in our life.
  • Grant
    07/05/2015
    An inspired gift idea for everyone!
  • Doris
    07/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day!
  • Christy
    07/05/2015
    It's a great way to share the love on Mother's Day, especially when a mum like mine is always looking for ways to help those in need & support a worthy cause.
  • Elaine
    07/05/2015
    Hoping this small gift can go towards helping women with breast cancer.
  • Bradley
    07/05/2015
    Wishing all mums, past and present, a very Happy Mother's Day.
  • Alice
    07/05/2015
    My mum had a mastectomy and I was so scared I'd lose her.
  • Tom
    07/05/2015
    Because mums are awesome!
  • Brittany
    07/05/2015
    One of my mother's best friends died from breast cancer and it is our responsibility to find a cure for this.
  • Andy
    07/05/2015
    My beautiful Mum doesn't need anything... but there are lots of beautiful women that can benefit from the donation to help rid them of breast cancer.
  • Narelle
    07/05/2015
    My mum was so supportive when I had breast cancer.
  • Michael
    07/05/2015
    Such a wonderful organisation! What better gift for a mum that has everything.
  • Hannah
    07/05/2015
    My mum's Mother's Day wish was a donation to breast cancer. Her mother (my nanna) was diagnosed with breast cancer 5 years ago, luckily she could be treated.
  • Mr & Mrs Lee
    07/05/2015
    We have been regular donors, approximately every six months for some years, and wish you every success with your research activities.
  • Scott
    07/05/2015
    Both my mother and grandmother have had breast cancer.
  • Helen
    07/05/2015
    My donation is on behalf of my gorgeous sister and niece (who are both mums) and to help make a difference to everyone's lives affected by breast cancer.
  • Nicole
    07/05/2015
    I am supporting family members.
  • Jackson
    07/05/2015
    This is a great idea, to help support the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia. I know my mum will love this in memory of her mother.
  • Damon
    07/05/2015
    Breast cancer has touched both my family and my wife's family in recent years, a donation such as this means more than any gift.
  • Stacey
    07/05/2015
    I donate to support my Nana and myself - we have both been diagnosed.
  • Tayla
    07/05/2015
    I donate every Mother's Day because that's all mum wants. She doesn't want gifts, just to help make a difference.
  • Graeme
    07/05/2015
    I feel that it is the right thing to do, to look out for others.
  • Rikki
    07/05/2015
    We just wanted to do something to show our mums how much they mean to us and donate in their honour to make a difference to those in need.
  • Rebecca
    07/05/2015
    Dressing gowns are for one season but this donation could help a lot of mums, sisters and nannas.
  • Dennis
    07/05/2015
    Donating for my Mum who just got diagnosed with breast cancer last week.
  • Anthony
    07/05/2015
    What a great way to say happy Mother's Day and support such a worthy cause.
  • Tony
    07/05/2015
    To all the mums out there have a wonderful Mother's Day.
  • Michael
    07/05/2015
    Because Mother's Day is more to show you care and are thinking of your mother on this day. And she knows people who've had breast cancer so it's meaningful.
  • Mathew
    07/05/2015
    This may help someone we all know one day!!
  • Patrick
    07/05/2015
    After surviving two lots breast cancer (16 years apart) this will mean a lot to my mother to be able help people fight cancer.
  • Chiffeni
    07/05/2015
    I have donated today in memory of the women in my family and other's families who have been faced with breast cancer.
  • Carol
    07/05/2015
    As a mum, I know this cause is more important than all the flowers and chocolates in the world. I love my mum and I know that she will appreciate this.
  • Tahlia
    07/05/2015
    My mum found it a great idea to aid research to help combat this disease. Love to everyone x
  • Liam
    07/05/2015
    Great gift idea, great cause.
  • Daniel
    07/05/2015
    My mum was diagnosed with breast cancer and I wanted to help out others so all receive quick diagnosis and treatment with positive outcomes.
  • Sloane
    07/05/2015
    Donating for my mum for Mother's Day in honour of my late Aunty, her sister Sandra, who we miss and lost her fight.
  • Lisa
    07/05/2015
    This is a gift to my mum in memory of my father!
  • Karen
    07/05/2015
    All the women and at least one male in my family have the BRCA1 gene. I'm the only one so far to have had breast cancer so research funding is critical.
  • Suzie
    07/05/2015
    My mum has breast cancer and is undergoing her third operation next week. Any research to cure this terrible disease is priceless.
  • Paul
    07/05/2015
    What else do you buy someone who has everything except breast cancer, because she beat it!
  • Ryan
    07/05/2015
    Awesome idea!
  • Jae
    07/05/2015
    My mother went through breast cancer and was one of the lucky ones to catch it early. This is the best gift I can give her.
  • Eden
    07/05/2015
    My Grandma is a breast cancer survivor. I love her to bits and so I've donated for Mother's Day for both my amazing Grandmothers :) x
  • Sandra
    07/05/2015
    My grandmother died of cancer when I was five, she never got to see me grow up. I miss a woman I never knew.
  • Susan
    07/05/2015
    My mum asked that I donate money to help fight breast cancer in lieu of a present for Mother's Day. Happy Mother's Day to all of the Mums. Thanks mum!
  • Krystyna
    07/05/2015
    I treasure my time with family and by donating I can hopefully help others get that time.
  • Jamie Anne
    07/05/2015
    My mum recently had a small breast cancer removed and asked me to donate for Mother's Day. I'd gladly do it again.
  • Bronwyn
    07/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all mothers - even the mothers who are not with us on this special day.
  • Scott
    07/05/2015
    My mother wished for my sister and I to donate instead of buying a present. In which we both happily agreed upon, knowing it would go to a good cause.
  • Emma
    07/05/2015
    I couldn't think of a better gift to give to my mother. She's a kind hearted woman and loves giving others the opportunity to live a happy, full life.
  • Benjamin
    06/05/2015
    My mother, sister and aunt all have the BRCA1 gene so the most important thing I can do, above any gift, is make the future a little brighter for them.
  • Kiri
    06/05/2015
    Mums rock!!
  • Michelle
    06/05/2015
    For a beautiful lady, my nan, taken too suddenly from this world.
  • Renee
    06/05/2015
    Better than a present!
  • Jacinta
    06/05/2015
    We wanted to do something unique this year and making a donation to a great cause is something small that we can do to show our mum how much we appreciate her!
  • Dorothy
    06/05/2015
    Love and best wishes to all mothers battling breast cancer. May you be given strength and courage.
  • Deborah
    06/05/2015
    My mum actually requested we do this for her, rather than spend money on a present she didn't really need. What a beautiful thought.
  • Amanda
    06/05/2015
    I could not imagine facing my life without my mum. I can only imagine the pain others must suffer from the loss of their mums. Anything to help research.
  • Megan
    06/05/2015
    I am giving to the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia for my Mother's Day gift this year in honour of my beautiful Nan Heather who is a survivor.
  • Katrina
    06/05/2015
    Breast cancer has touched many mothers in my family and circle of friends.
  • Carly
    06/05/2015
    For my mum, going through her third bout of breast cancer and taking all of the treatment & side effects in her stride. Love you to the moon mum.
  • Mia
    06/05/2015
    I am donating because I believe we can find a cure and I want to be able to help those who need it most.
  • Heide
    06/05/2015
    My beautiful mum has faced breast cancer this year and her courage through the journey has been inspiring. Please donate to BCIA to enable more research.
  • Vicky
    06/05/2015
    Wishing for a cancer free world for my children to grow and thrive in.
  • Jeff
    06/05/2015
    To support a good cause and show my mum love
  • Sam
    06/05/2015
    We all need to get around this great cause. Mother's Day is a celebration and reminder of how important those we've lost and still have are !!!!!
  • Mia
    06/05/2015
    My daughter wanted to make a donation and get the card for me for Mother's Day.
  • Sophie
    06/05/2015
    My grandmother died from breast cancer and it touched my mum deeply. I want to do this to support the search for a cure.
  • Ryan
    06/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day mummy! I hope you have a great day - you know everyone loves you so much happy sweet Mother's Day mummy.
  • Mia
    06/05/2015
    After losing my Auntie to breast and esophageal cancer earlier this year, my Mum asked for a donation to be made to the BCIA in memory of her.
  • Debra
    06/05/2015
    Mark's Mum is a Breast Cancer Survivor and we believe it is through donations like this that help researchers cure people like Mark's Mum. Thank you!
  • Rhonda
    06/05/2015
    This is from my son's pocket money. He donates this every year in the hope to cure breast cancer. Means more to me than a present.
  • Sarah
    06/05/2015
    The women that helped my mother recently before and after her operation in the breast cancer ward were wonderful they are very special.
  • Kate
    06/05/2015
    A donation on behalf of my beautiful Mum.
  • Sarah
    06/05/2015
    What a great idea for Mother's Day! A gift of a donation to a worthy cause. I think of my beautiful friend who is fighting breast cancer.
  • Kate
    06/05/2015
    My grandmother died of breast cancer before I was born. I know that every year on Mother's Day my mum misses her the most. This is for my grandma x
  • Michelle
    06/05/2015
    Wishing all Mothers a beautiful day even those who have left us.
  • Lacey
    06/05/2015
    Mum does so much for the people around her every day, so we thought it would be a good idea to give something back, something she'll love.
  • Lana
    06/05/2015
    Breast cancer has touched our lives closely as a family. Let's find a cure to rid all our lives from this type of cancer.
  • Susanne
    06/05/2015
    My mum recently had a breast cancer scare and my auntie has had some breast cancer scares as well.
  • Michael
    06/05/2015
    Please support the BCIA. A life without breast cancer is a better world. Because we all know we need our Mums.
  • Julia
    06/05/2015
    This is for my mum. My friend, my giver of life.
  • Gabrielle
    06/05/2015
    As a person who has been through this and without the support of the BCIA who knows where I would be, great cause and a great donation idea.
  • Thalia-Joan
    06/05/2015
    Because people don't need materialistic objects. My grandmother has breast cancer and there are people who need this more than a simple thoughtless gift.
  • Linda
    06/05/2015
    For supporting me, coming to appointments, looking after my kids through the last couple of months and always checking up on me :-).
  • Eliza
    06/05/2015
    Donation for Mother's Day, what a perfect gift! My Mother & Grandmother are both breast cancer survivors, thank you for all the amazing work you do BCIA!
  • Hannah
    06/05/2015
    To mum and nan, you two will always be my biggest inspiration.
  • Gemma
    06/05/2015
    Too many women that mean a lot to me have had to deal with breast cancer in their lives.
  • Max
    06/05/2015
    Such a wonderful present for mum!
  • Kylie
    06/05/2015
    In memory of my beautiful Aunty Julie and for my mum and sister-in-law who are true survivors xx.
  • Sharon
    06/05/2015
    The best Mother's Day gift is giving to BCIA, this is a gift to all mothers out there! x
  • Sabrina
    06/05/2015
    A beautiful cause to help beautiful women.
  • Peter
    06/05/2015
    For my Mum, on Mother's Day, living with breast cancer and to all the other mums both living and no longer with us. We love you. Happy Mother's Day.
  • Angela
    06/05/2015
    In loving memory of Nan xx.
  • Isabelle
    06/05/2015
    For a world without cancer.
  • Rhonice
    06/05/2015
    Mum was diagnosed early due to screening, and was supported beautifully during her treatment for breast cancer. She is well, happy and living to the fullest.
  • Liz
    06/05/2015
    I am so proud of the person you are, and so proud I can call you 'mum'. I only hope I can be half the person you are; I love you so much, Lib xo.
  • Andrew
    06/05/2015
    This is the most thoughtful gift we can provide. Let's not add to our mum's collection of material things... do something immeasurable and caring!
  • Angela
    06/05/2015
    I donated this Mother's Day because my mum's sisters have had breast cancer and mum is a person always wanting to help others. Her gift will help others.
  • Kelli
    06/05/2015
    My Grandma is the most inspirational woman, so courageous and full of strength. I love her to the moon and back. Happy Mother's Day Grandma. Love all of us.
  • Bree
    06/05/2015
    In support of a friend who has survived breast cancer.
  • Kate
    06/05/2015
    This is for my Mum - 14 years in remission, I'm so proud of you.
  • Alana
    06/05/2015
    Thinking of all those touched by breast cancer in the past, the present and the future x.
  • Courtney
    06/05/2015
    Missing you Aunty Gaelene. Xxx
  • Jenna
    06/05/2015
    Support for the BCIA is the perfect Mother's Day gift in my opinion. My mum lost her mum to breast cancer and I would hate to lose my mum. Happy to give!
  • Jodi
    06/05/2015
    In memory of my super fun, funky and crazy friend Chrissy! Thinking of you always xx.
  • Susan
    06/05/2015
    Mum always prefers for her family to donate and she has friends with breast cancer so I chose BCIA.
  • Kristina
    06/05/2015
    I have donated today to help support the BCIA after losing my Oma. We can only hope that one day a cure for all will be found.
  • Chelsea
    06/05/2015
    There is no word to describe breast cancer, or any cancer for that. We all understand the travesty and hardship that it takes on someone and their family.
  • Mark
    06/05/2015
    My mother is a breast cancer survivor.
  • Paula Jane
    06/05/2015
    My Mum had a very hard life when she was young and she has become a driven, intelligent and giving Mum and Grandmother. I couldn't ask for anything else!
  • Amanda
    06/05/2015
    In memory of my aunt Vera who died bravely and is missed.
  • Jan
    05/05/2015
    For a woman who died too young. Such a beautiful young lady, Priscilla.
  • Jessica
    05/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day mum!
  • Kellie
    05/05/2015
    We found out 2 months ago mum had breast cancer, was a big shock. She had a mastectomy 2 weeks ago and they got it all. Mum was lucky, but others may not be!
  • Morgan
    05/05/2015
    All our love to our Mum and late Nanna this Mother's Day xx.
  • Simon
    05/05/2015
    A great cause to donate to and fight for.
  • Kirstyn
    05/05/2015
    My mum's mum died of breast cancer and my sister and I never got to meet her. Let's stop breast cancer so no one has to grow up without a mum.
  • Melinda
    05/05/2015
    After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012, my mum was an amazing strength & support to me and I know she will love the gift to donate. Love you mum.
  • Carl
    05/05/2015
    My family lost my Nan to breast cancer, but her memory still lives on through the sharing of stories and the love we all share for her.
  • Bonnie
    05/05/2015
    What can you give to mothers who have everything. Hope, and that others may have it too.
  • Kate
    05/05/2015
    We hope all mothers have a fantastic day.
  • Dion
    05/05/2015
    I am donating in memory of my nan. She survived breast cancer, then 5 years later was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. She passed away in 2014.
  • Ashley
    05/05/2015
    It's a gift that can help more than just my mum.
  • Chelsea
    05/05/2015
    Thinking of our beautiful friend Lindy who has recently been diagnosed. We love you and are thinking of you x Matt and Chels.
  • Katherine
    05/05/2015
    Great cause. Hopefully one day breast cancer can be 100% curable.
  • Leilani
    05/05/2015
    Donating for my survivor mother! Xxx
  • Nicole
    05/05/2015
    My mother-in-law was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer just before Xmas. Instead of buying her a Mother's Day present we decided to donate.
  • Rebecca
    05/05/2015
    There is no gift like the gift of giving!
  • Kiara
    05/05/2015
    My mother beat breast cancer five years ago. This is a great gift idea.
  • Eilish
    05/05/2015
    My grandmother was touched by breast cancer, and my mother was diagnosed with melanoma when I was a young girl. I think the best gift I can give.
  • Emma
    05/05/2015
    I can't imagine losing my wonderful Mum so anything I can do to help others from losing theirs is money well spent. Every dollar counts.
  • Craig
    05/05/2015
    It's been a long day without you my friend, but I will tell you all about it when I see you again. RIP Gwen Page, my mother lost her battle with breast cancer.
  • Malcolm
    05/05/2015
    Donating to this charity is a no brainer. Mum's been affected by breast cancer & this is the simplest option on Mother's Day considering she lives 530 kms away.
  • Lauren
    05/05/2015
    My mother battled with breast cancer and made a full recovery. I hope research in the field can progress so everyone can have the same outcome.
  • Damien
    05/05/2015
    The best Mother's Day present for Nana.
  • Trinette
    05/05/2015
    Wishing all those who have lost their own mothers to breast cancer a happy Mother's Day.
  • Kylie
    05/05/2015
    My mum is very important to me and material gifts are nice but this year I decided to donate as something special that makes a bigger statement of love.
  • Clare
    05/05/2015
    Supporting breast cancer research is important to my mum and I wanted to help make her feel good on Mother's Day.
  • Claire
    05/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all Mums, here's hoping for a cancer free world, sooner rather than later.
  • Richard
    05/05/2015
    Too many people are affected by cancer in one form or another. This is for all family and friends who have battled cancer in the past and lost, we miss you.
  • Simone
    05/05/2015
    We have had breast cancer in the family and my mum asked for her Mother's Day present to be a donation to the BCIA x.
  • Zoe
    05/05/2015
    Many friends and acquaintances are affected by breast cancer and we all hope for the cures necessary.
  • Kelly
    05/05/2015
    A wonderful Mother's Day present.
  • Katrina
    05/05/2015
    I hope that one day we will find the cure. All my prayers and wishes to those currently fighting and those who are no longer with us.
  • Belynda
    05/05/2015
    My family have been touched by varying cancers. It's a nice sentiment to give.
  • Alisha
    05/05/2015
    In loving memory of my Nanna, Gwen.
  • Celeste
    05/05/2015
    This is an important cause to donate to.
  • Miranda
    05/05/2015
    A worthwhile cause for Mother's Day.
  • Claudia
    05/05/2015
    I donated for my beautiful Grandmother who won her fight with breast cancer, in the hope that one day we may live in a world without cancer. xx
  • Graham
    05/05/2015
    We would rather donate some money towards this good cause than receive a gift on this special day.
  • Sarah
    05/05/2015
    I try to think of new and different gifts for my mum each year. This year I think she will appreciate the thoughtful gesture of giving to a good cause. xx
  • Emily
    05/05/2015
    I'm lucky to have my mum here with me on Mother's Day - many others are not.
  • Kelly
    05/05/2015
    I donated because someone else donated, which means my Mum got through her diagnosis and is still with my family and me.
  • Claire
    05/05/2015
    For Mum, who is doing a wonderful job of supporting a best friend going through breast cancer.
  • Natasha
    05/05/2015
    I can think of no one better than my mum to make a difference to breast cancer research.
  • Janelle
    05/05/2015
    For my Ma and in memory of Helgs. Two amazing ladies.
  • Rodney
    05/05/2015
    There have been so many friends who have been impacted by breast cancer that we thought it would be a great opportunity of expressing our support.
  • Madeline
    05/05/2015
    My mother-in-law didn't want a gift, so I decided to make a donation instead.
  • Theingi
    05/05/2015
    I have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer. I am so grateful for the research and development of modern breast cancer treatment, care and support.
  • Joanne
    05/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day Mum & to all the other beautiful Mums out there too who give nothing but pure love, inspiration & support to their loved ones xxxx
  • Barbara
    05/05/2015
    My mother had breast cancer twice when I was a child. I am lucky to still have her 15 years on.
  • Jamie
    05/05/2015
    My Aunty passed away some years ago. Her and my mother were very close and this donation would mean a lot to all those affected by breast cancer.
  • Sara
    05/05/2015
    The women in our lives are so special, mums, nanas, daughters, sisters and we want to do anything to help fight this cancer to keep them with us longer.
  • Thiha
    05/05/2015
    My sister is battling breast cancer at the moment.
  • Elizabeth
    05/05/2015
    To My Amazing Mum. Five weeks have passed. This Mother's Day we celebrate without you by our sides. Your love courage & strength will stay with us always.
  • Peta
    05/05/2015
    My mum beat breast cancer when I was a lot younger. I'm so glad to still have her around. Many aren't so lucky so please donate to help this horrible cancer.
  • David
    05/05/2015
    Breast cancer is dangerous because it spreads through the body and kills our loved ones so we must defeat it!
  • Tracey
    05/05/2015
    Because my little sister has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer the statistics are no longer just statistics. Now its personal.
  • Jayne
    05/05/2015
    For Nanny, we miss you everyday since you were taken from us. xx
  • Danielle
    05/05/2015
    To give hope and much needed funds to a disease that affects so many.
  • Sarah
    05/05/2015
    In hope of finding a cure one day.
  • Jan
    05/05/2015
    I want to help in anyway I can to get rid of this dreadful disease.
  • Niamh
    04/05/2015
    Strong women need to support women who have had elements of their strength taken. My mum is the strongest woman I know.
  • Rhianna
    04/05/2015
    Mothers are so precious and if we could have a world without breast cancer, it would take away the pain so many have had to endure.
  • Donna
    04/05/2015
    My 11 year old son asked if he could donate instead of buying a gift this Mother's Day. I'm incredibly proud of him & decided I would do the same for my mother.
  • Andrea
    04/05/2015
    My mother is terminally ill with breast cancer.
  • Rebecca
    04/05/2015
    I have made this donation in memory of my Auntie Jennie xo
  • Clare
    04/05/2015
    Both my mother's sisters have had breast cancer.
  • Kieron
    04/05/2015
    My mother-in-law had breast cancer. She is in remission now and is one of the very lucky ones.
  • Sean
    04/05/2015
    One of the mums in our life began a battle with breast cancer last year. We would love for women like her to benefit from better early detection and treatment.
  • Ryan
    04/05/2015
    Fantastic cause for a terrible disease. I donate every year.
  • David
    04/05/2015
    To show support to a friend who has been through a double mastectomy.
  • Dianne
    04/05/2015
    My mum and I have lost special loved ones to breast cancer. This is my mum who is still with me. xx
  • Rhiannon
    04/05/2015
    I thought donating to breast cancer for my mum for Mother's Day was a wonderful idea as she lost her youngest sister 17 years ago. We all love her very much.
  • Christina
    04/05/2015
    Love and miss you aunty Toni xxx
  • Angela
    04/05/2015
    My mother suggested we donate to this great cause instead of wasting it on trivial things.
  • Anne
    04/05/2015
    A survivor of breast cancer - twice!
  • David
    04/05/2015
    Nikki was my mum's best friend and her star shines brightest. xxxxxxx
  • Peter
    04/05/2015
    A couple of close friends have been affected and I hope that it is something my wife has no problems with, so I have no problems donating to this cause.
  • Shannon
    04/05/2015
    This holds meaning for all of us & what a perfect way to say we love our mum!
  • Julie
    04/05/2015
    My donation is for my truly inspirational mum who has continued to amaze me throughout her breast cancer journey.
  • Margaret
    04/05/2015
    My Nan was recently diagnosed and we would like a cure to be found, so that many other women and their families don't have to go through this like we have x
  • Natalie
    04/05/2015
    In loving memory of my grandmother Joan, in support of survivor my Aunt Doss and to friends and family that have struggled through...
  • Brenna
    04/05/2015
    Instead of wasting money on random, stereotypical Mother's Day gifts we thought we'd put some money to good use and support survivors and research.
  • Samuel
    04/05/2015
    The donation is to a great cause. Also, the Mother's Day card is a fantastic incentive for more people to donate to help put an end to breast cancer.
  • David
    04/05/2015
    Supporting a cause that is close to my heart.
  • Carole
    04/05/2015
    My sister & I thought this would be a good Mother's Day present to get our mum this year considering she has had some scares with breast cancer over the year.
  • Elaine
    04/05/2015
    Unfortunately I have many friends who have had Breast Cancer, some in remission some not so. I am happy to do my little bit to help find a cure.
  • Bill
    04/05/2015
    It's a good cause - simple as that.
  • Dana
    04/05/2015
    A childhood friend of mine passed away this year from cancer. She was a loving wife, daughter and mother of three. RIP Emma
  • Shari
    04/05/2015
    My Mum's breast cancer has returned after 12 mths. She has just had her second breast removed 2 weeks ago and next week has to have her lymph glands removed.
  • Rachael
    04/05/2015
    My donation is a request from my mother - as she sees many people going through treatment on her volunteer days with the cancer council.
  • Kirsty
    04/05/2015
    My mother is a wonderful woman who suggested this gift last year. She has plenty of material things, and I love that she would rather help out this cause.
  • Angus
    04/05/2015
    Mum was diagnosed with breast cancer last November. She had a mastectomy and her reconstruction surgery was just completed this week.
  • Christy
    04/05/2015
    My mother is a breast cancer survivor as are some friends.
  • Raylene
    04/05/2015
    I donate to BCIA in hope that we can all look forward to a breast cancer free future.
  • Elyne
    04/05/2015
    In memory of an amazing grandmother-in-law who I never got to meet but who I hear so much about and look forward to meeting in heaven.
  • Leilah
    04/05/2015
    I donated today to support a friend battling breast cancer for the third time.
  • Tarnia
    04/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day. Have a wonderful day. I am so lucky to have a mother like you. Thanks for everything. Love and hugs, Tarns.
  • Sally
    04/05/2015
    So research can be done to prevent children not having a mother on Mother's Day.
  • Louise
    04/05/2015
    I had two aunties with breast cancer, one who sadly passed away due to this, the other who had a double mastectomy and was a survivor.
  • Elizabeth
    04/05/2015
    Without donations the research into this terrible disease wouldn't continue and a lot more women would not survive.
  • Robert
    04/05/2015
    This is a very useful way to say I love you to my Mum - a Mum who does not want any more "clutter" in her life.
  • Linda
    04/05/2015
    I have been donating on Mother's Day now for 5 years for my mum, aunt and two sisters as a gift. My Aunt is a 2 time survivor of breast cancer, we are blessed.
  • Kylie
    04/05/2015
    I donated because my nan is a survivor and I am so glad she is here with me.
  • Stuart
    04/05/2015
    I am donating to breast cancer research for Mother's Day to increase the chance that others may spend more Mother's Days with their special mum.
  • Suzanne
    04/05/2015
    I work in oncology and see daily so many courageous women receiving treatment for breast cancer. They're inspirational!
  • Denise
    04/05/2015
    For Karen Therese Scanlan who departed this life at age 40. The family will always miss you. Love from your sisters Denise, Elizabeth and niece Rebecca.
  • Peter
    04/05/2015
    My mother is a two time survivor of breast cancer. I can think of no other Mother's Day gift that is more meaningful than a donation to help find a cure.
  • Faye
    04/05/2015
    I asked my Mum what would she like for Mother's Day. Her reply was "I don't want anything for myself, I have everything I need". She asked me to donate instead.
  • Kylie
    04/05/2015
    For the second year we will spend Mother's Day without Gran xx.
  • Kaitlin
    04/05/2015
    I have donated this Mother's Day because I am lucky to have my mum this Mother's Day but my parter is not, so this is in memory of his beautiful mum. xo
  • Joseph
    04/05/2015
    My donation is to help eradicate breast cancer.
  • Michelle
    04/05/2015
    I look forward to the day when we are free of all the pain and suffering caused by breast cancer, and indeed, all cancers. Happy Mother's Day to all. xox
  • Sarah
    04/05/2015
    Donating to BCIA for Mother's Day makes perfect sense. Our lovely mum doesn't need another book or box of chocolates, this is something that makes a difference.
  • Sandra
    04/05/2015
    My mum died of MND & her brave struggle helped my sister Sharon fight so hard with breast cancer.Sharon died in 2012 from breast cancer. I miss her so much xxx.
  • Melissa
    04/05/2015
    I wanted to make a difference this Mother's Day as a mother and a daughter, donating is the easiest thing to do to help people in need.
  • Karin
    04/05/2015
    Thank you to everyone who helps donate to this special cause, we love you mum.
  • Kerri
    04/05/2015
    I donated because everyone needs a mum.
  • Louise
    04/05/2015
    My mum Valerie, is a cancer survivor. Although she did not have breast cancer she is passionate about the work of the BCIA.
  • Heidi
    04/05/2015
    Breast cancer affects many lives and I would like to see as much as possible being done to eradicate this awful disease. All donations will help towards this.
  • Kim
    04/05/2015
    As a church we don't give individual gifts for special occasions. We prefer to donate to a cause on behalf of our congregation. We chose BCIA for Mother's Day.
  • Lauren
    04/05/2015
    My Mum has survived breast cancer twice! I donate to cancer research every year on Mother's Day, to celebrate the fact that she is still here. Love you Ma xx
  • Kristen
    03/05/2015
    My mum has been unfortunate enough to have had breast cancer 4 times! Fortunately she is still with us and is an absolute inspiration to me. Love you Mum!
  • John
    03/05/2015
    I am not personally touched by breast cancer but want to give a gift that isn't just a present for my mum, but for all the women out there.
  • M
    03/05/2015
    For my beautiful sister Aninda Robertson. Fly high gorgeous girl - you are, and always will be with us. Love from your family. xxxx
  • Andy
    03/05/2015
    I'm donating so that others, like my mother, can overcome breast cancer and live the rest of their lives happily!
  • Khali
    03/05/2015
    My mum lovingly asked that I make a donation to breast cancer research as her Mother's Day gift. May the future be free of this uninvited visitor called cancer.
  • Michelle
    03/05/2015
    I wanted to do something different this year for my mum's Mother's Day gift and what better way to donate what I would spend on a gift to donate to research.
  • Lisa
    03/05/2015
    The best Mother's Day present would be a world without cancer. Please give generously.
  • Jennifer
    03/05/2015
    My daughter-in-laws' Mum is under going treatment for Breast Cancer and my donation is a Mothers Day gift to my daughter-in-law.
  • Alexandra
    03/05/2015
    By donating I hope to provide support so that if any of my loved family or friends were diagnosed there will be hope that we are closer to finding a cure.
  • Katie
    03/05/2015
    Our mum was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and thankfully, due to early detection, the treatment was a success.
  • Suzanne
    03/05/2015
    My Mother-in law has started the tradition, we each send a donation & card to each other for Mother's Day. To help those Mothers that need the gift most.
  • Jade
    03/05/2015
    A donation can save someone's life. I'm so blessed to have my mum with me who is a survivor. Fighting to end women's cancer.
  • Katherine
    03/05/2015
    My Aunt had breast cancer. I know I have to check myself every two years. I plead to every woman out there to keep checking your breasts and have pap smears.
  • Debra
    03/05/2015
    I wanted the money I would spend on a card to go towards helping people.
  • Paul
    03/05/2015
    My mother, a breast cancer survivor, wanted this as her Mother's Day gift :)
  • Jaimie
    03/05/2015
    As a mammographer, I see every day how breast cancer affects women of all kinds. To live in a world where we do not have to worry about this would be great.
  • Janet
    03/05/2015
    Every donation helps so one day the world will be without breast cancer.
  • Pamela
    03/05/2015
    For all the women out there! We have had 3 family members in the last 6 months be diagnosed with breast cancer so we donated to try and stop breast cancer.
  • Rebecca
    03/05/2015
    My sister & I donated today because a world without breast cancer would be the best present of all.
  • Jane
    03/05/2015
    I lost my mother to cancer (not breast) nearly six years ago and I have had a number of dear friends that have fought breast cancer. Research is so important.
  • Alice
    03/05/2015
    Touch wood we haven't been affected directly but my mum has had many close friends with breast cancer. I know this will mean more than flowers
  • Lucy
    03/05/2015
    In memory of my beautiful grandmother.
  • Kate
    03/05/2015
    My mum has been one of the fortunate ones to overcome breast cancer and I am forever grateful for that. Everyone should be able to be this lucky.
  • Christelle
    03/05/2015
    Donating on behalf of my mother who passed away with cancer.
  • Kathryn
    03/05/2015
    A world without breast cancer would be wonderful. If I can make that happen or bring it a step closer by my donation, than it's worth every cent.
  • Kelli
    03/05/2015
    My Nan had breast cancer at age 80, after radiation treatment, she is cancer free and now a fit 87 year old.
  • Claudia
    03/05/2015
    At the moment 3 of my family members have cancer including my mum. I feel by donating I'm helping with a better future for everyone battling cancer.
  • Sharon
    03/05/2015
    For all the mums and all the daughters who love their mums.
  • Chris
    03/05/2015
    In support of the services & research that has helped out families through diagnosis, support and treatment.
  • Ian
    03/05/2015
    Hoping the day comes when our daughters and granddaughters don't have to worry about this disease, xx
  • Tanya
    03/05/2015
    As a Nurse over the years I have seen too much suffering of all ages. We need to fight this disease so It doesn't take our loved ones away from us too soon!!
  • Sharon
    03/05/2015
    Two of my close family members have had breast cancer.
  • Craig
    03/05/2015
    Flowers last a very short time but my donation is for future mother's and daughter's in the hope they may never have to live with breast cancer.
  • Anntenette
    03/05/2015
    My mum asked me not to buy her a present for Mother's Day. This is a gift that she will appreciate more than any present.
  • Josephine
    03/05/2015
    For all our friends and family who are going through or have beaten cancer, this is for you. The Costa Family xxx
  • Nola
    03/05/2015
    Our sister is going through treatment now for breast cancer, hoping this donation will help all those suffering at the moment.
  • Trish
    03/05/2015
    My Mum Margaret Howard has been diagnosed with cancer and is going through treatment now. She is one strong and loving lady,has always donated to help others
  • John
    03/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all Mums!
  • Arash
    03/05/2015
    Making a donation for Mother's Day.
  • Rachael
    03/05/2015
    To help all those in need. Let's hope we can find a way to prevent breast cancer :)
  • Lillian
    03/05/2015
    I found a lump in my breast last night`
  • Kelly
    03/05/2015
    This Mother's Day gift is for my mum on behalf of her mum who we lost to breast cancer.
  • Maria
    03/05/2015
    Donate so we CAN find a cure !
  • Kerrie
    03/05/2015
    I have 2 sisters, 3 daughters and 3 granddaughters, a world without breast cancer would spare us the worry of any of us having to fight this battle one day.
  • Rebeccca
    03/05/2015
    My grandmother Jan Guild lost her battle to the disease last year. We miss her each and every day and I am honouring her memory by donating this Mother's Day.
  • Dawn
    03/05/2015
    I lost my Mum and Aunt to cancer and this is my small contribution to all who may benefit from the research into this terrible disease.
  • James
    03/05/2015
    Because Nana put up a triumphant fight and won.
  • Michelle
    03/05/2015
    Great idea for Mother's Day! There is no better gift for a woman than a world without breast cancer. That line on the TV was powerful for me to act.
  • Christine
    03/05/2015
    Please donate to BCIA. I'm doing this for my mum for Mother's Day this year.
  • Ainslie
    03/05/2015
    In the hope that this will be a thing of the past, for future mothers.
  • Natasha
    02/05/2015
    All Mums are special and worth their weight in gold!!
  • Brooke
    02/05/2015
    My mum is a huge inspiration to me. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 06. I am consumed with happiness knowing that she is still with me. Love u mum x
  • Susan Joy
    02/05/2015
    Our donation today is in memory of my Aunty M, who my mum still misses every day, following her death from breast cancer in Dec 1993. We love her and miss her.
  • Deborah
    02/05/2015
    My mum underwent surgery for Breast Cancer last year. Thanks to research it was detected early and she is recovering well.
  • Joseph
    02/05/2015
    Our donation is to honour our beautiful mother/mother-in-law who is now in remission... to support future research and those fighting their own personal battle.
  • Chantelle
    02/05/2015
    I made a donation on behalf of my aunty, a breast cancer survivor. Happy Mother's Day everyone X
  • Adam
    02/05/2015
    My wife had breast cancer in 2001. After treatment is doing great.
  • Denise
    02/05/2015
    My Mum is a breast cancer survivor of 43 years. Every single day I'm grateful she is still with us. I hope my donation can help someone else's Mum in the future
  • Scott
    02/05/2015
    Breast Cancer affects millions of women and their families every year. Whatever we can do to help raise awareness and improve treatments will benefit all.
  • Kate
    02/05/2015
    In memory of my courageous Mum.
  • Sylvia
    02/05/2015
    My mother suffered cancer before, also her twin sister. I have also suffered DCIS and had treatment 5 years ago.
  • Cherie
    02/05/2015
    For my mother in law who at 80 had a positive breast cancer exam and surgery and now is 86.
  • Liam
    02/05/2015
    I donated today because I love my mum and I don't want her to go away.
  • Katrina
    02/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all Mothers.... We hope this donation will help other mothers to experience many more Mother's Days!!!! :)
  • Wally
    02/05/2015
    My mother died of cancer 40 yrs ago. These cards are for my aunt who had no children but has been like a mother to us and to my mother-in-law who is in hospital
  • Sally
    02/05/2015
    My dear Mum was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in Dec 2013, she spent Christmas in Hospital as she opted for a Mastectomy and then had 12 months of treatment
  • Natalie
    02/05/2015
    To help find a cure for breast cancer. Members of my family have been affected by this disease and I'd like to see it cured for all time.
  • Madeleine
    02/05/2015
    My mum is a superwoman who has had two sets of twins! Sadly we lost her mum, my nan, to breast cancer over 10 years ago and miss her every day.
  • Taryn
    02/05/2015
    We have a family friend who is currently having treatment for breast cancer and we want to do everything we can to help the Institute to help!
  • S
    02/05/2015
    My Mum requested the donation in lieu of a present. These donations will fund ongoing research to help cure and prevent breast cancer in the future.
  • Olga
    02/05/2015
    In memory of my dear Mum Val who I miss and was a cancer sufferer.
  • Marie
    02/05/2015
    My best friend, Melissa Thompson passed away suddenly last June. I miss her every minute of every day .
  • Christina
    02/05/2015
    My mother in law's mother passed away when she was really young. No child should have to go through life without a mother.
  • Melanie
    02/05/2015
    A wonderful cause. Courage, strength and determination are beautiful attributes. Thinking of you all xo
  • Joanne
    02/05/2015
    My Mother, a breast cancer survivor, lives overseas and I find this a great way to send my wishes along with an easy way to make a donation.
  • Karen
    02/05/2015
    My mum is a surviver for several years.
  • Warren
    02/05/2015
    My mum lost her friend a couple of years ago, and I know she misses her deeply. Mum appreciates this gift way more than any other gift I've ever given her.
  • Tamara
    02/05/2015
    For all the beautiful ladies battling this devastating illness. Thinking of you and sending strength, love and prayers your way xx
  • Nikita
    02/05/2015
    My Aunty Barbara passed in 1975. I still remember seeing her disfigured body after a double mastectomy. Thank goodness things have changed! She was incredible!
  • Ken
    01/05/2015
    Any cancer is life changing & life defining for family, victim and loved ones alike. We must not give up in our endeavour to find a cure to this awful disease.
  • Elizabeth
    01/05/2015
    Best mum ever - wish that every daughter got to spend mothers day with their mum xx
  • Samantha
    01/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day Mum, Nana, Glenys! We are so proud of you and grateful for everyday we get to share with you. Love Sammi, Luke, Jayde and Matty xx
  • Donna
    01/05/2015
    A person that is a second mum to me is currently fighting and I would love to see her and many other brave women cured of this disease... never give up xx
  • Tracy
    01/05/2015
    My Mum and I are both breast cancer survivors. I have two daughters and am keen to support research to help future generations survive too.
  • Sharon
    01/05/2015
    My Mum had breast cancer 5 years ago and has received the Äll Clear"recently. I thought she would appreciate this more than anything else we could give.
  • Tacita
    01/05/2015
    My mother battled Breast Cancer in 2010 and won! She was so brave throughout all her treatments and gave my father, sister and I her strength to deal with this
  • Peta
    01/05/2015
    Such an important cause that affects so many.
  • Leisa
    01/05/2015
    My mum is a true survivor and a reminder how important it is to have regular mammograms. Her mammogram saved her life.
  • Meg
    01/05/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there and all the best for your health.
  • Rachel
    01/05/2015
    I turned 70 today and asked all my friends for a donation rather than a gift, so am happy to have donated to a worthy cause
  • Laura
    01/05/2015
    Both my parents died of cancer. My husband was diagnosed with cancer 6 weeks ago.
  • Rebekah
    01/05/2015
    Breast Cancer has touched almost every generation of women in my husband's family. We have a daughter, I don't want her to have to deal with breast cancer.
  • Jennifer
    01/05/2015
    The more money, the more research and the more nurses, every cent counts.
  • Bob
    01/05/2015
    Excellent cause
  • Ashleigh
    01/05/2015
    Would rather give my money to the great cause than to hallmark
  • Nicole
    01/05/2015
    Hoping to get a step closer to a world without breast cancer!
  • Suzanne
    01/05/2015
    To my Special Mum Love & miss you everyday. Love Sue xx
  • Simone
    01/05/2015
    For my mother in law who has all the love and material possessions she wants and needs, and is passionate about charity and giving and helping.
  • M D
    01/05/2015
    To help cancer research find a cure for this awful and aggressive killer.
  • Renee
    01/05/2015
    For all women.
  • Anne
    01/05/2015
    To provide support for friends and family who are dealing with this disease.
  • Heather
    01/05/2015
    As a mother, I would like to help in the fight against breast cancer for my daughter and her generation.
  • Gena
    01/05/2015
    My cousin died from Breast Cancer at the age of 43, so that is why I am donating to help fund research into Breast Cancer.
  • Joanne
    01/05/2015
    Breast cancer has touched my life and someone precious was taken from us too soon. But we all face the possibility so my donation is for all women.
  • Nadia
    01/05/2015
    If someone I loved was diagnosed (thankful this has not occurred) I would want all the support I could get. That's why I donate. My thoughts go to all.
  • Kellie
    01/05/2015
    After going through treatment for Breast Cancer last year I wanted to let my Mum know how appreciative I am of her love and support xxx
  • Emily
    01/05/2015
    I think this is such a wonderful idea and I know the women in my family will appreciate it far better than any gift xox
  • Mandie
    01/05/2015
    Looking forward to the day there is a cure for this disease. Love to all, keep fighting!
  • Alice
    01/05/2015
    Wishing all mothers a Happy Mother's Day :-)
  • Andrea
    01/05/2015
    I have two beautiful daughters. What more can I give them than the hope that they will never have to endure the pain of Breast Cancer.
  • S
    01/05/2015
    With people becoming more involved in supporting the BCIA every year, it's only a matter of time until we can help them find a cure!
  • Lynette
    01/05/2015
    My mum was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 77 & had to have her right breast removed. I also have had masses detected in my right breast.
  • Melissa
    01/05/2015
    My great aunt and grandmother have both survived breast cancer
  • Kym
    01/05/2015
    Breast Cancer effects everyone - young, old, male, female. We can all make a difference! Let's beat this:)
  • Tony
    01/05/2015
    We only have one mum in our life. Lets all treasure our Mums
  • Kendall
    01/05/2015
    To all the beautiful, brave mums out there, Happy Mother's Day!
  • Cherles
    01/05/2015
    As a family we believe this is a fantastic opportunity to make Mum happy through a thoughtful gift on her day and also make a difference to a wonderful cause.
  • Jacinta
    01/05/2015
    My beautiful mum is a breast cancer survivor, I want every woman who is suffering to become a survivor too!
  • Tania
    01/05/2015
    On behalf of my mother-in-law who has later stages of Alzheimer?s and to help all women & their families suffering debilitating and life changing illnesses.
  • Laura
    01/05/2015
    I'm donating for my mum, a battler, a survivor, my inspiration.
  • Yvette
    01/05/2015
    My mother is a 21 year survivor from breast cancer, however we have lost too many other friends & family to this disease. I hope my donation helps find a cure.
  • Bern
    30/04/2015
    For my amazing, inspirational mum who is a breast cancer survivor.
  • Chelsea
    30/04/2015
    I am feeling very thankful to be able to spend another Mother's Day with my beautiful mum and best friend.
  • Jennifer
    30/04/2015
    Thank you for this opportunity to thank everyone who has cared for my mum Pat O'Brien, while she has gone through her surgery and treatment.
  • Julieanne
    30/04/2015
    I gave my mother this donation gift last year and she loved it!! Much more than something for herself.
  • David
    30/04/2015
    Even when your mother becomes a grandmother breast cancer can still strike. There are so many vagaries in life. Let's make breast cancer one less trial.
  • Shona
    30/04/2015
    I am so lucky to still have my mumsy with me after a mastectomy, but my beautiful sister fought the good fight for 10 years and she is now my angel.
  • Jessica
    30/04/2015
    I have family members who are currently battling cancer. I know my mum will appreciate this gift more than anything materialistic.
  • Angela
    30/04/2015
    Fortunately, no one in my family has ever had breast cancer, but I simply don't believe that needs to happen in order for me to do what I can to help.
  • Kathy
    30/04/2015
    I have several friends who have survived a brush with breast cancer and a few who haven't, and last year my mum had a scare, which luckily was diagnosed early.
  • Michele
    30/04/2015
    I am so fortunate to not have any family members affected by breast cancer and I can only imagine how devastating a diagnosis must be.
  • Paula
    30/04/2015
    The BCIA does such important work - it is a privilege to be able to help even in a small way.
  • Julia
    30/04/2015
    I am giving this card to my mum who lost her mum to breast cancer.
  • Sally
    30/04/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all the beautiful mums out there.
  • Sam
    30/04/2015
    My mum was lucky enough to survive breast cancer. Now 20 years on she is living a full life and we are so happy she is with us.
  • Sarah
    30/04/2015
    The reason for my donation today is because this cause is close to my mother's heart and she wanted to give to a worthy cause.
  • Patti
    30/04/2015
    Mothers give the gift of life. This Mother's Day gift gives the hope of a better life.
  • Rohan
    30/04/2015
    My Mother's sister passed away because of Breast Cancer in 2010. We are not very big on Mother's Day, so I decided to get her a present we both value.
  • Ebony
    30/04/2015
    Every year my mother, 2 sisters and myself walk in the Mothers Day Classic unfortunately this year we all cannot make it.
  • Allan
    30/04/2015
    My sister recently had a mastectomy and thankfully her cancer was caught before it spread. I am so grateful she will be okay as I love her dearly.
  • Alice
    30/04/2015
    Unfortunately it is one of those family traits we don't want. I hope your research means that future generations don't follow suit :)
  • Kelly
    30/04/2015
    Too many women don't get to see their babies grow up or even have them at all.
  • Jodie
    30/04/2015
    Breast cancer is something that runs in our family and is close to both my mums and my heart, we help as much as we can.
  • Kathy
    30/04/2015
    A great gift for a great cause.
  • Bianca
    30/04/2015
    I couldn't imagine a life without my mum or a loved one. I donated today to help fight breast cancer.
  • Christina
    30/04/2015
    This is my first Mother's Day without my Mum. I want her to know that I'm thinking of her on that special day and a donation was a way to honour her. Love u Mum
  • Scott
    30/04/2015
    Our loving mother was sadly taken by breast cancer at the young age of 63 after battling the disease for over 3 years. We are making a regular monthly donation.
  • Theresa
    30/04/2015
    A gift better than flowers to support those who need it most. My Mother inlaw was affected by breast cancer and it rocked the family.
  • Melinda
    30/04/2015
    In memory of a beautiful and courageous Mum and Nanna. We love you and miss you lots. xxx
  • Miranda
    30/04/2015
    In a material world what a better gift than the support for another. Happy Mother's Day for both mum's
  • Yana
    30/04/2015
    It's a great idea, for mother's day & helping others
  • Tony
    30/04/2015
    Here's to my mum who's still kicking goals. Love u
  • Lesley
    30/04/2015
    Sister is a breast cancer survivor
  • Tess
    30/04/2015
    One of my best friends lost her mum 4 years ago and this year, is celebrating her first Mother's Day as a mum herself. Thinking of her this Mother's Day.
  • Johnny M
    29/04/2015
    My mother lost her mother, my grandmother, to breast cancer, when she was only six years-old.
  • Chantel
    29/04/2015
    Because family is everything and my family wouldn't be complete without my mum. No family should be without a mum because of cancer.
  • Bernadette
    29/04/2015
    Both my mother & sister have had breast cancer and survived. This is a great present in support of breast cancer for research. My mum loves getting these cards.
  • Sue
    29/04/2015
    The research into cancer is a blessing for us all
  • Lewis
    29/04/2015
    A beautiful way to support cancer sufferers and survivors and make the most of the huge amounts of money that is spent on presents each year.
  • Marice
    29/04/2015
    After hearing about so many friends that have loved ones going through Breast Cancer I felt the only thing to do was donate. Finding a cure is the only way.
  • Danielle
    29/04/2015
    Being a daughter of one of the most amazing people I know, I can't think of a better gift. Supporting more amazing people I'm yet to meet. Girl power!!
  • Leah
    29/04/2015
    My Mum was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of years ago now and this donation is to continue to support the organisation that supported her.
  • Carl
    29/04/2015
    Never Give Up
  • Lynne
    29/04/2015
    I lost my awesome sister to breast cancer 14 months ago. Not a day goes by that I don't think of her & miss her dearly.
  • Kerrie
    29/04/2015
    I was diagnosed with DCIS this year. Helping to fund this research and care is vital - every little bit helps.
  • Vanessa
    29/04/2015
    Give the gift of hope this Mother's Day and join the fight against breast cancer.
  • Stuart
    29/04/2015
    Breast cancer needs to be cured, permanently.
  • Natalie
    29/04/2015
    What a perfect way to honour those lost to breast cancer.
  • Allyson
    29/04/2015
    Its a far more powerful message to give a gift for the future than to give an inanimate object on Mother's Day.
  • Sue
    29/04/2015
    As Mother's Day becomes more material & less traditional in its giving, I believe that my donation is a lasting way of honouring of motherhood & its rewards.
  • Steve
    29/04/2015
    My mother has survived breast cancer twice, and due to the genes being in my family and I have an 18 year old daughter, I support finding a cure.
  • Emily
    29/04/2015
    My best friend was diagnosed at 26. My first cousin died at 36, with four beautiful children left without their mum. I wish for a world without breast cancer!
  • Penny
    29/04/2015
    A number of women on my mother's side have battled with the disease, with the most recent family member diagnosed doing exceptionally well.
  • Gemma
    29/04/2015
    My mum has breast cancer, and I want to help with continuing support and research, and hopefully one day we can kick its butt.
  • Becky
    29/04/2015
    I'm a mother of two little girls and I just want their futures to be brighter. I'm donating to help find a cure.
  • Kristina
    29/04/2015
    My 86 year old mother-in-law has had two bouts of breast cancer, which she has successfully beat and gone on to live a healthy and active life.
  • Shayne
    29/04/2015
    Great to be able to think of all ladies, not just our own mothers and wives.
  • Prue
    29/04/2015
    I donate because I believe women should look after other women and you never know when you will be impacted by something like this.
  • Fiona
    29/04/2015
    Thinking of Judy Moylan always.
  • peter
    29/04/2015
    A good Mother's Day gift for a mother who has nearly everything and going to a good cause :).
  • Tracey
    29/04/2015
    To my daughter Brooke in admiration of what you recently endured. A wonderful daughter, wife and mother we all love and support you always. Xxx Mum
  • Kylie
    29/04/2015
    Too many friends & family members are being diagnosed with not just breast cancer but other types as well. I lost someone close last year to pancreatic cancer.
  • Kate
    29/04/2015
    For my Nan. xo
  • Janette
    29/04/2015
    I wanted to support women with breast cancer.
  • Elizabeth
    29/04/2015
    I made this donation because all women matter.
  • Des
    29/04/2015
    I made this donation to support a family friend.
  • Christina
    29/04/2015
    My Grandmother passed away from breast cancer, and I miss her every day. Now my cousin is suffering from the same disease. Please find a cure.
  • Emma
    29/04/2015
    I never met my grandmother as a result of breast cancer. My brave mum has done many trials in an attempt to find cures for this disease. I'm so proud of her.
  • Belinda
    29/04/2015
    All the women in my life, including myself, are so important to me. I'd hate anyone to be impacted by such a horrible illness, so am glad to contribute.
  • Ivan
    29/04/2015
    I just want to help out a little bit and help others.
  • Tracey
    29/04/2015
    My mum is dealing with her second round of breast cancer. She is so strong and such an inspiration. Love you Mum. xox
  • Sue
    29/04/2015
    Breast cancer affects so many wonderful women, everybody has been touched by someone who has or is experiencing this horrible disease.
  • David
    29/04/2015
    I am grateful for every extra day that I get to spend with my mum. Thanks to all that helped her recover.
  • Wendy
    29/04/2015
    I thought it was such a nice gift idea for Mother's Day.
  • Casey
    29/04/2015
    If we show compassion, love, strength & smarts, we can beat cancer! I would love for my daughter to grow up knowing those before her have fought to stop cancer.
  • Denise
    29/04/2015
    Mothers are the most precious thing on earth. They give love freely without asking anything in return. Mothers need our love will miss them when no longer here.
  • Lisa
    29/04/2015
    My beautiful Mum was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. She just had a mastectomy & will shortly undergo chemo. Her strength is amazing. We love SO much!!
  • Neil
    29/04/2015
    No less than three of my colleagues have been treated for breast cancer in the last two years. I want to help make sure that we will beat this disease.
  • Cindylee
    29/04/2015
    My maternal great grandmother passed away from breast cancer. I wish I'd met her. I hope that one day no woman ever has to suffer from this awful disease.
  • Ali
    29/04/2015
    For my mother, who suffered from the unbearable pain, agony & trauma of breast cancer, fought against it and beat it. I love her. God bless her.
  • Natalie
    28/04/2015
    My mother bravely stepped her way through breast cancer. She is my inspiration and I love her to pieces.
  • Michael
    28/04/2015
    I've donated to BCIA because breast cancer affects a lot of families. I hope that one day soon BCIA will find a cure.
  • Natalie
    28/04/2015
    My daughter wanted to give this to me for Mother's Day after talking to her friend at school. :)
  • Beth
    28/04/2015
    My Mum was diagnosed with breast cancer eight years ago.
  • Kelli
    28/04/2015
    This is just a little way to help others and I hope one day there will be an answer for this. My mother loves her Mother's Day Card every year. xx
  • Lisa
    28/04/2015
    I'm so glad I can still wish my mother Happy Birthday/Happy Mother's Day in person and that her last lot of tests all came back clear. Love you mum.
  • Karen
    28/04/2015
    Thinking of my mum and all the other women with breast cancer - in my thoughts and prayers.
  • Rebecca
    28/04/2015
    This is a beautiful idea to donate to a great organisation.
  • Lucianne
    28/04/2015
    My mother Dorothy Lanzoni is a very caring, generous person who will be proud to have a donation made in her name to BCIA.
  • Mal
    28/04/2015
    Every little bit helps!
  • Sarah
    28/04/2015
    What gift could be better than the chance of a future without breast cancer.
  • David
    28/04/2015
    This is an extremely good cause, we need to find a cure for this horrible cancer, and we need to find it now!
  • Katie
    28/04/2015
    "Because a world without breast cancer would be the best Mother's Day gift of all". I have no family history but every donation helps & I know mum would agree!
  • Melanie
    28/04/2015
    We miss your smile, laughter, positivity and strength every second of every day. Happy Mother's Day you gorgeous lady! We love you. xxx
  • Angie
    28/04/2015
    I can't imagine anyone I love suffering from this awful disease. I would do anything to find a cure and I know my mum would too.
  • Kate
    28/04/2015
    To help with research into breast cancer and ensure future generations are not afflicted by breast cancer.
  • Shari
    28/04/2015
    You never know when (or if) you'll be affected. God bless.
  • Nikki
    28/04/2015
    Thanks Mum for being you. For giving us a wonderful, loving, fun and supportive life and environment. We love you lots.
  • Wendy
    28/04/2015
    Wishing that all families do not have to suffer this horrible disease, whether it be breast cancer or any other form of cancer. So sending our love to all.
  • Monique
    28/04/2015
    My Aunty passed away from breast cancer a few years ago. She was one of my mother's closest friends, so this year, instead of the annual candle, I donated.
  • Paula
    28/04/2015
    We all need to support this cause to make a difference and break this disease.
  • Jodie
    28/04/2015
    A gift for Mother's Day rather than spending money on ourselves, a donation to a worthy cause.
  • Suzanna
    28/04/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all those beautiful mums out there!
  • Daryl
    28/04/2015
    In memory of Linda Roach.
  • Erin
    28/04/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all those mums out there. Such a great cause to help women fight cancer.
  • Bec
    28/04/2015
    I hope that every mother out there would rather see money spent on breast cancer research than on something for them - plus we can spoil them on their birthday!
  • Samantha
    28/04/2015
    My mother is an inspirational woman who has always believed in doing what is right and fair. She is so selfless, I am aspiring to walk in her footsteps
  • Kym
    27/04/2015
    For Gail, an amazingly strong woman who has gone through so much yet still continues to give to others in so many ways! Love Kym.
  • Clifford
    27/04/2015
    My mum had breast cancer when she was 36 years old - luckily she found it early! She is stll cancer free over 20 years on :) Check your breasts ladies!
  • Michelle
    27/04/2015
    A friend of mine died of cancer last year, she was a true inspiration and I shall always remember her for her sense of humour, courage and pig headedness.
  • Helen
    27/04/2015
    Happy Mother's Day Mum. Saw the ad and knew it would be the perfect gift for you. Love Jel, Anita and Eamon :)
  • Christina
    27/04/2015
    My Nanna survived breast cancer, my donation may contribute to saving the life of another beautiful lady.
  • Michelle
    27/04/2015
    My mum said all she wants us to do is donate to the BCIA. I am glad mum could help out the BCIA, as maybe one day we will find a cure!
  • Jessica
    27/04/2015
    Mum survived breast cancer six years ago and because this is the first year I can't be with her, I thought this would be the next best thing.
  • Susan
    27/04/2015
    My mum's sister who is 76 has just been diagnosed with breast cancer. She is the third member of our family to face this.
  • Siobhan
    27/04/2015
    Feels good to give to my amazing mum and also give to all the amazing women who are dealing with, or helping people deal with breast cancer.
  • Rikilee
    27/04/2015
    Happy Mothers Day. xx
  • Helen
    27/04/2015
    My mum, my sister and I are all survivors.
  • Brad
    27/04/2015
    I made this donation to help out.
  • Bianca
    27/04/2015
    I knew my mother and mother-in-law would appreciate a donation made to this important cause as opposed to any gift I could buy for them for Mother's Day.
  • Tracey
    27/04/2015
    I am a breast cancer survivor, the support I received was wonderful.
  • Natalie
    27/04/2015
    This is a very lovely idea :).
  • Carolyn
    27/04/2015
    My mother had breast cancer in both breasts and luckily is in remission. My sister developed breast cancer but sadly passed away with oesophagus cancer.
  • Caroline
    27/04/2015
    For my Mum who has just finished her breast cancer treatment. She has been so lucky to have had it caught early and have such great support.
  • Lisa
    27/04/2015
    Loss of two of my mum's sisters to breast cancer and the hope that cure can be found in my lifetime.
  • Kevina
    27/04/2015
    I can imagine a world without breast cancer, I wish it would become reality. I have faith in our researchers to one day find the cure.
  • Briohny
    27/04/2015
    Breast cancer along with many other cancers spoil so many lives, if we can get closer to finding a cure, we can get closer to getting lives back to normal.
  • Rebekah
    27/04/2015
    I still have my mother, but many others don't!
  • Anita
    27/04/2015
    My mother and I both have breast cancer. Thankfully, mum's in remission. Mine spread to my bones & my cousins are high risk. More help is needed in research.
  • Virginia
    26/04/2015
    Each year I buy my mum a bunch of flowers. This year I'm buying flowers & donating to breast cancer. Also for my good friend & survivor Ruth Frenzel. xx
  • Bev
    26/04/2015
    My mum is very important to me, so each year I make a donation to BCIA so that hopefully it will enable other Mums and their daughters to live.
  • Caroline
    26/04/2015
    For Mum, Sian, Simone, and all the wonderful nurses, doctors and patients at the Mount Hospital. With Love.
  • Vicki
    26/04/2015
    So many members of our extended family are struggling with cancer; we just hope that our small donation can help in some way towards a cure.
  • Judy
    26/04/2015
    I just wanted to support a great cause. I have known a few women with the disease and really want to assist in finding a cure.
  • Laura
    26/04/2015
    My aunty battled and won her fight against breast cancer a few years ago. She is an inspiration to not only me, but our whole family.
  • Deborah
    26/04/2015
    A small, simple way to make a difference and feel good about it.
  • Joanne
    26/04/2015
    Mother's make life that bit easier when all seems downhill. My mum is always there when I need her. Happy Mother's Day to all mums.
  • Maureen
    26/04/2015
    A wonderful organisation and noticeably doing so much.
  • Julie
    26/04/2015
    There are too many people of all ages affected, more needs to be done and we need to support the great people in research and nursing.
  • Mark
    26/04/2015
    My beloved little sister is currently fighting breast cancer. She is a single mum, the proud mother of three beautiful boys. Her courage touches me every day.
  • Tania
    26/04/2015
    The BCIA does such amazing work. Keep up the great work towards stopping this awful illness. xxx
  • Nikki
    26/04/2015
    I always buy Mother's Day cards and make a donation so that some other family may have another Mother's Day.
  • David
    26/04/2015
    My mother-in-law and sister-in-law have both had breast cancer surgery and my wife has had cysts in her breast so I can see the benefits in furthering research.
  • Robyn
    26/04/2015
    Wishing all mums a happy Mother's Day!
  • Kylie
    26/04/2015
    My friend?s mother has just been diagnosed with breast cancer. For me donating on behalf of my mum for Mother?s Day is a much better gift to give.
  • Patrick
    26/04/2015
    My mum had this horrible disease and I hope one day there will be a cure for it and all other cancers.
  • Roxanne
    25/04/2015
    I love my mum. I would hate to think of having her taken away from me.I want every daughter & son to be able to love their mums without cancer taking them away.
  • Tarin
    25/04/2015
    I supported the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia because my brave Mum is shaving her head for a friend with breast cancer. I am a proud daughter.
  • Glenelda
    25/04/2015
    The best present any person can have is to still have their mum. Mums are the most important people and we need to do all we can to save as many as possible.
  • Robyn
    25/04/2015
    My aunt has just been through a lumpectomy and will be undergoing further treatment in a few weeks. I want to support her and I know my mother would also.
  • Leah
    25/04/2015
    After watching my mum and nan both battle multiple variations of breast cancer, I want to share the strength found in Jesus and the future hope we have.
  • Brenton
    24/04/2015
    Mum has suffered from breast cancer. This is an ideal way to support further research and everyone who is afflicted by this disease.
  • Jan & Ken
    24/04/2015
    My 89 year old mum Ruby was diagnosed with breast cancer 3 years ago. She made a full recovery.
  • Troy
    24/04/2015
    For my amazing mum.
  • Alison
    24/04/2015
    In the loving memory of my grandmother who succumbed to this disease the second time that she fought it. And to my mother who fought it and won. I love you.
  • Chantelle
    24/04/2015
    It truly would be a Mother's Day gift that would last a lifetime finding a cure to breast cancer. I donated in memory of Elisabeth Car, my beautiful Nana. xxxx
  • Rebekah
    24/04/2015
    To give help and hope.
  • Aaron
    24/04/2015
    I am a student nurse, with cancer therapy centre, I see day-to-day breast cancer and want to make a difference and would not like this to happen to my Mum.
  • Danielle
    24/04/2015
    These donations are for the bravest and most selfless lady I have ever known Gaelene Henderson who recently lost her battle with breast cancer.
  • Sonya
    24/04/2015
    Donation was made as a request of my mother-in-law for her Mothers Day gift. This illness has touched the lives of so many so would be wonderful to find a cure.
  • Deborah
    24/04/2015
    Hopefully together we can help make breast cancer a thing of the past for future generations.
  • Lisa
    24/04/2015
    With the help of medical science and research, my Mum has survived two bouts of breast cancer. Thank you.
  • Alicia
    24/04/2015
    Three breasts lost in our family that I know of (we're lucky though, our women survived). Save the boobies (and the women they are attached too)!
  • Deanna
    23/04/2015
    For research to beat breast cancer!
  • Whitney
    23/04/2015
    Happy Mothers Day to a wonderful soul... Something so close to our hearts & forever will be xxx love you always xxx
  • Whitney
    23/04/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to a wonderful soul... something so close to our hearts and forever will be xxx love you always xxx
  • Tarnae
    23/04/2015
    My mum is a recent survivor and we are so thankful for all the treatment she has been able to have to fight this horrible disease.
  • Karen
    23/04/2015
    Grateful to still have many beautiful women in my life who are survivors. Always have loving thoughts for those women who couldn't beat breast cancer.
  • Sharon
    23/04/2015
    This is a lady who has everything. So this donation could help ladies who have nothing but hope.
  • DeAnne
    23/04/2015
    I'm donating because my mum went through breast cancer. It was a very hard time for her and all her family. We are glad she has the all clear now. I luv you mum
  • Jasmine
    23/04/2015
    Such a beautiful gift idea. My love & thoughts will be with all who are currently battling or have lost a loved one to breast cancer this Mother's Day.
  • Kylie
    23/04/2015
    Perfect day for making a donation... Mother's Day :).
  • Eloise
    23/04/2015
    Supporting breast cancer research is so much more meaningful than a bunch of flowers. Everyone deserves to grow up with a loving Mum.
  • Fiona
    23/04/2015
    My mum is a breast cancer survivor, so I do anything I can to support research.
  • Darryl
    23/04/2015
    My mum is 84 and has survived many heart operations and breast cancer and is a walking miracle. Keep up the good work!
  • Sean
    23/04/2015
    This is for my ex wife and her mother. Fortunately their mother/nanna was a survivor and I thought this would be a wonderful gift.
  • Jasmine
    23/04/2015
    I am donating for my mother who was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. The last year of our life has been so tough but mum is a real fighter.
  • Jessica
    23/04/2015
    I choose to support the Mother's Day appeal every year as I believe donating to find a cure is the best present you can give.
  • Marina
    23/04/2015
    I love my Mum and she always encourages donating for the greater good. :)
  • James
    22/04/2015
    For my mum's sister Alison Kaye Roberts who passed in 1983 leaving husband Norm and children Alissa & Anton.
  • Paul
    22/04/2015
    My mum has had a very hard llife full of family and medical hardships but breast cancer was a true test of her ultimate strength, and I'm proud to say she WON.
  • Rhiannon
    22/04/2015
    I have donated, in support of my Nanna who has undergone a double mastectomy in order to win her battle with breast cancer many years ago.
  • Robyn
    22/04/2015
    So grateful to the wonderful teams who make going through this trying time so much easier. To my Mum who has shown strength & determination - I admire you xx
  • Donna
    22/04/2015
    Donating to help breast cancer research because of my mum, who has just been diagnosed & undergone surgery. Everyone needs their mum. Happy Mother's Day x
  • Nelly
    22/04/2015
    I love you mum, you are my inspiration.
  • Julie
    22/04/2015
    My Mum is a breast cancer survivor and is such a remarkable woman. She lives a strong, healthy life and is extremely close to her family, friends and grandkids.
  • Jacinta
    22/04/2015
    My auntie past away from breast cancer... so we donate so more research can be done.
  • Sherri
    22/04/2015
    To mums, grandmothers, sisters, aunts in the world who have suffered from breast cancer - stay strong and feel loved.
  • Donna
    22/04/2015
    In support of my beautiful Mum who has fought and beat breast cancer and for all those who have lost or are still fighting the fight. Praying for a cure xx
  • Rebecca
    21/04/2015
    My Grandma was diagnosed with cancer and sadly passed away after a brave battle. Miss and love her lots.
  • Ann
    21/04/2015
    Wishing all mothers a happy Mother's Day and hoping that this donation will help keep more mothers healthy for their children.
  • Jess
    21/04/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to my beautiful Mumma. You are my rock in life and always encourage me when I doubt myself. Love you to the moon and back.
  • Anne
    21/04/2015
    It was very important to my Mum who is a breast cancer survivor that a donation to the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia be her Mother's Day gift.
  • Shayler
    21/04/2015
    I am supporting breast cancer awareness for my wonderful granny who was diagnosed this year, and for all the strong beautiful women who are battling.
  • Kelly
    21/04/2015
    I've just had two friends die of different cancers. It's awful to see what it does to them as well as their families. Hopefully my donation can help.
  • Penny
    21/04/2015
    I am lucky enough not to have been effected by breast cancer, however there is always someone who knows someone who has been.
  • Kara
    21/04/2015
    I have been fortunate enough to not have had a close family member touched by breast cancer. All support to those who have.
  • Carl
    21/04/2015
    I cannot think of a better gift to give on Mother's Day than a contribution towards the hope of a cure for any type of cancer.
  • Emma
    21/04/2015
    I support the Mother's Day appeal in memory of my beautiful aunty Pauline who is missed every day.
  • Hilary
    21/04/2015
    There is nothing better for my Mum on Mother's Day than a future without breast cancer.
  • Elaine
    21/04/2015
    My Mum had breast cancer 10 years ago and has been free from the disease for 5 years this donation is all she ever wants for Mother's Day.
  • James
    21/04/2015
    In memory of my mum who passed away in 1988 from breast cancer... never forgotten mum... love you.
  • Leanne
    21/04/2015
    My amazing, strong, Mum has fought breast cancer twice. I would love to see the world rid of this horrible disease!
  • Kim
    20/04/2015
    I have spent the last year fighting breast cancer. Our mum asked my sister and I to make a donation to BCIA this year as her Mother's Day gift. One happy mum!
  • Amber
    20/04/2015
    Every little bit helps find a cure for this horrible disease.
  • Susan
    20/04/2015
    For all the Mums in the world with breast cancer
  • Jodie
    20/04/2015
    My grandmother had breast cancer and passed away when my mum was only sixteen. No one should lose their mum that young.
  • Samantha
    20/04/2015
    We lost my beautiful sister, Cheryll, who was an amazing mum to her three beautiful sons. We miss her every day.
  • Craig
    20/04/2015
    My mother had breast cancer and her only wish is that her grandchildren do not have to think about this when they are older.
  • Susan
    20/04/2015
    I am a mum who is a survivor of breast cancer.
  • Wendy
    20/04/2015
    My mother and I have both had breast cancer.
  • Louise
    20/04/2015
    My mum is a breast cancer survivor, she was 80 when detected and she is an amazing person.
  • Lel
    20/04/2015
    A number of my friends have experienced breast cancer, including some who are young mothers. It is something I can do to support all women.
  • Rhonda
    20/04/2015
    Our family is very fortunate to have a breast cancer survivor.We are forever grateful and feel very blessed.
  • Michele
    20/04/2015
    I was diagnosed with early breast cancer in February this year We lost Dad in October, with cancer, and I want Mum to have a special Mother's Day card. x
  • Nancy
    19/04/2015
    This donation is a supporting message to the patient, for courage and strength, and to thank God for the healthy ones.
  • Sherida
    19/04/2015
    Want to wish my mum a happy Mother's Day and hopefully many more, and to a world without cancer.
  • Stacey
    19/04/2015
    Breast cancer affects too many families, mothers and women and needs to stop. No one should have to lose a loved one to this horrible disease.
  • Anne-Maree
    19/04/2015
    My mum has been diagnosed twice with breast cancer and survived both bouts. My mother-in-law was diagnosed in 2013 with breast cancer but passed away.
  • Julie
    19/04/2015
    Fortunately I don't know anyone affected by breast cancer. My Mum does though. She has all the material things she needs, so what a great gift this is.
  • Andrew
    19/04/2015
    Like others our family has been touched by breast cancer and those affected are benefiting from the research and trials conducted by the BCIA.
  • Laurence
    19/04/2015
    My maternal grandmother who I never met, died of breast cancer aged 61.
  • Trudie
    19/04/2015
    My mum is a survivor and I think this is a lovely way to honour her and all ladies on their special day.
  • Marilyn
    19/04/2015
    I wish that in the future all women will survive breast cancer and go on to live long, healthy and rewarding lives.
  • Helen
    19/04/2015
    My Mum survived breast cancer 15 years ago and she is going through it again. She'll win, but twice in a lifetime is two times too many.
  • Lauren
    18/04/2015
    We need to keep donating to find a cure for this terrible disease that's taking away our loved ones.
  • Linda
    18/04/2015
    For those loved ones touched by this disease, remember to look at the tree & not the forest. We stand united to fight this challenge with you with all our love.
  • Holly
    18/04/2015
    Miss you mum xx
  • Michele
    18/04/2015
    l donate every year on behalf of my mum for Mother's Day which is one way we can both help in the research for a cure for breast cancer.
  • Annie
    18/04/2015
    Hope all women are far away from breast cancer.
  • Jane
    18/04/2015
    For all those who have lost their mother, sister, aunt, grandmother or girlfriend.
  • Melanie
    17/04/2015
    We often just buy presents, without actually thinking about the real reason why we buy that item. Our family support those that have experienced this disease.
  • Catherine
    17/04/2015
    My mum fought breast cancer and I'm so proud of her for the strength she showed to win the battle. A true inspiration.
  • Isabella
    17/04/2015
    Supporting breast cancer research offers an opportunity to help find a cure for future generations of women in our world.
  • Rob
    17/04/2015
    To all mums - have a great day! By supporting the appeal, hopefully the day will come when we won`t lose any more mums from this insidious disease.
  • Lauren
    17/04/2015
    I am donating so others can spend more Mother's Days together!
  • Kim
    17/04/2015
    I am going through treatment for breast cancer at the moment. I couldn't get through this without the wonderful support of friends. My aim is to be cancer free.
  • Franca
    17/04/2015
    This is in memory of my beautiful Mother, Rosa Tosto (a breast cancer survivor of 22 years). She was a beautiful, graceful, loving and caring person.
  • Jennifer
    17/04/2015
    In memory of my Mother who developed breast cancer. She survived two more years after having a mastectomy late in life. Love Jennifer.
  • Angela
    17/04/2015
    Hoping no daughters will lose their mother to breast cancer and no mother will lose their daughters to breast cancer in the very near future.
  • Kelly
    16/04/2015
    In memory of my beautiful Aunty Julie. I miss you. Xoxo.
  • Louise
    16/04/2015
    I lost my mother to breast cancer nearly 5 years ago. Every year for Mother's Day I make a donation in memory of my mum. And help support this great cause.
  • Anne
    16/04/2015
    We make a regular donation to BCIA for Mother's Day in lieu of gifts. Our mothers support the cause and are happy to see the support.
  • Ian
    16/04/2015
    My sister died of this disease. My wife is a survivor. The best gift we can give is to find out the cause and then a cure.
  • Melissa
    16/04/2015
    I thought this was a great Mother's Day gift, to support those who have and/or are recovering from breast cancer.
  • Julie
    16/04/2015
    I donate throughout the year, however the Mother's Day promo is one I have supported for over 5 years - reminds me of those lost and grateful for the survivors!
  • Diane
    16/04/2015
    This is a very worthy cause to donate to and a special time.
  • Nicola
    16/04/2015
    Without breast cancer our three beautiful god-daughters would still be able to celebrate Mother's Day with their Mum.
  • Wade
    16/04/2015
    In loving memory of Aunty Kellie who sadly, was beaten by breast cancer - a wonderful tribute to my mother :).
  • Linda
    16/04/2015
    My mother had a double mastectomy four years ago. Every Mother's Day for the last four years I've donated the money I would spend on a present to the BCIA.
  • Susan
    16/04/2015
    We all know of at least one person in our lives who has had breast cancer. I want my donation to help fund research, treatment and ultimately a cure.
  • Paul
    16/04/2015
    In support of all the ladies and mums out there.
  • Geoffrey
    15/04/2015
    In memory of my aunty who passed away.
  • Tracey
    15/04/2015
    My mother-in-law is currently receiving treatment for breast cancer. We are supporting her as best we can and thought this was a wonderful way to do so.
  • Rebecca
    15/04/2015
    Just found out at work that one of the staff members has breast cancer. I want to show my support.
  • Anthony
    15/04/2015
    I'm lucky enough not to have a mum or any family suffer with breast cancer but my wife had two close friends go through it, one of whom isn't with us any more.
  • Michelle
    15/04/2015
    I thought a Mother's Day donation is the best gift idea. My sister-in-law has recently been diagnosed and is going through treatment - she inspired this gift.
  • Jessica
    15/04/2015
    I am making this donation on behalf of a few very important women in my life who have been impacted by breast cancer.
  • Lorraine
    15/04/2015
    In memory of my beautiful mum who passed away last week age 90 (not from breast cancer) and in memory of all the people who have lost their battle to it.
  • Philip
    15/04/2015
    In memory of my mother-in-law.
  • Deborah
    15/04/2015
    This donation is in honour of my mum who helped me get through my own journey with breast cancer. I love you mum.
  • Melanie
    15/04/2015
    Last year, I purchased the card as I thought it was a great cause. This year, it has become personal as breast cancer has touched someone close to me.
  • Peter
    15/04/2015
    A lot of women in my family have suffered from breast cancer, including my mum. So I prefer to donate to the BCIA as a gift to my mum.
  • Marianne
    15/04/2015
    In support of members of my family that have had breast cancer.
  • Mary
    14/04/2015
    Such a lovely idea for Mother's Day, rather than flowers or chocolate and will be in memory of all friends and family who have experienced breast cancer.
  • Robyn
    14/04/2015
    Karen my beautiful daughter and Mum to Maya and Zane. Your courage and determination in beating this insidious disease is inspiring and truly amazing.
  • Tim
    14/04/2015
    My mum had a cancerous lump removed from her breast several years ago. She underwent radiotherapy and has been cleared every check-up since.
  • Paul
    14/04/2015
    Twelve months ago my Mum (and Dad) lost a beautiful daughter, and my sister and I, lost our best friend and cherished eldest sister. We all miss her terribly.
  • Michelle
    14/04/2015
    I have supported this cause for 9 years as I have had breast cancer, as has my mother. I now have a granddaughter and hopefully with research she will be spared
  • Casey
    14/04/2015
    My mother and both of my aunties have survived breast cancer. Hopefully my daughter and I won't have to fight this disease.
  • Anna
    14/04/2015
    Every bit counts, so if I can assist in helping even one woman and her family in her journey, that makes me smile :).
  • Claire
    14/04/2015
    I have lost family members to breast cancer and think a Mother's Day donation is a great way to pass the word on to donate for such a worthy cause.
  • Shendelle
    14/04/2015
    Every year I make a donation instead of buying my Mum and mother-in-law an actual Mother's Day gift. They see my donation as a wonderful gift to all mums.
  • Teagan
    14/04/2015
    I decided that this would be a great gift for my mother and other mothers in my life. I am very blessed to have them and this is a good way to show them.
  • Betty
    14/04/2015
    I lost my Mum to breast cancer. I love her and miss her every day. xoxoxo
  • Elizabeth
    14/04/2015
    Love you mum. Keep fighting. Lizzy xxx
  • Helen
    14/04/2015
    There is no better gift for Mother's Day than the gift of giving to such a great cause, that has in some form touched everyone or someone close.
  • Amanda
    14/04/2015
    My donation is for all people doing it tough, especially the mums.
  • Kelly
    14/04/2015
    I decided to donate to breast cancer this year instead of buying mum a present for Mother's Day. I am sure she will be grateful. xx
  • Lara
    14/04/2015
    I would rather give the gift of hope to others than receive a gift myself.
  • Kaye
    14/04/2015
    I don't have my beautiful Mum now and we were blessed to have her to almost 96 and she did not have breast cancer... but not everyone is so fortunate!
  • David
    14/04/2015
    Fortunately I don't know anyone who has breast cancer. But I do think of and feel for those who suffer. I praise the people who are working to find the cure.
  • Claire
    14/04/2015
    My grandmother passed from it, my aunty survived it. Good luck to all those fighting and rest in peace those who have passed.
  • Margaret
    14/04/2015
    My sister-in-law is the best Mum. She's so grounded so brave and such an inspiration to me and many. She's opted for an early stage mastectomy tomorrow.
  • Dorothy
    14/04/2015
    I donated today so that a cure will be found in the near future and for all those going through breast cancer.
  • Jeanette
    14/04/2015
    All mothers deserve a gift of love every day. Our family has been touched (I mean hit) by cancer, both breast cancer and a brain tumour.
  • Vanessa
    14/04/2015
    My annual donation in memory of my Mum. I will send her mum, my Grandma, the card.
  • Deborah
    14/04/2015
    My Mum is a breast cancer survivor.
  • Natasha
    14/04/2015
    So many people are affected by breast cancer; we need to find a way to stop the pain and suffering.
  • Julie
    14/04/2015
    Cancer in all forms seems to be more prevalent every day and touches family/friends. Hopefully all donations can help rid this dreadful disease.
  • Michele
    14/04/2015
    Our dear mum Yvette, 81 years old, was told that after 74 years of age she didn't really need to have a mammogram anymore. Luckily, she trusted her intuition!
  • Kathryn
    14/04/2015
    For all my friends and family who have suffered, fought and won against this disease and to those who sadly have passed, I donate in hope of a cure.
  • Dwayne
    14/04/2015
    What a great way to help mums out there!
  • Melissa
    14/04/2015
    My beautiful mum was diagnosed last year with breast cancer. She is one of the lucky ones who made it out on the other side. xx
  • Amber-lee
    14/04/2015
    I have donated in honour of my Aunty who passed away due to ovarian cancer, and for my daughter - may there be a cure in the future, just to be safe.
  • Ashley
    13/04/2015
    I just wanted to say how very proud I am of my mother, who has survived breast cancer twice! She is a fighter.
  • Katie
    12/04/2015
    I'm supporting the BCIA to help fund research to find a cure. My mum has fought breast cancer so I am donating for a Mother's Day card for her. x
  • Elvira
    12/04/2015
    It's good to give back something.
  • Christopher
    12/04/2015
    My mother has had two bouts of breast cancer, each time she fought it and is still with us. I donate so other mothers survive too.
  • Jordan
    11/04/2015
    I heard about this great idea on the radio and knew my mum would appreciate it more than an ordinary Mother's Day present. <3
  • Michelle
    11/04/2015
    I have friends & an Aunty who battled breast cancer - some who lost their battles. This gives us a chance to help & thank our beautiful mums at the same time. x
  • Debbie
    11/04/2015
    For all women. We all experience breast cancer in one way or another.
  • Jacqueline
    11/04/2015
    A donation to the Mother's Day Appeal will help make sure that, in the future, more mothers and daughters will be around to celebrate .
  • Samantha
    11/04/2015
    To all the beautiful women with breast cancer my thoughts are with you stay strong. x
  • David
    11/04/2015
    Great way to support a worthy cause. My life has been touched by breast cancer, and I often have difficulty finding the right gift for mum.
  • Megan
    10/04/2015
    Giving to help find a cure for breast cancer.
  • Natalie
    10/04/2015
    Several family members have suffered from breast cancer. I am happy to support such a good cause.
  • Emily
    10/04/2015
    In memory of Jackie and Jan whose motherhood was cut short.
  • Narelle
    10/04/2015
    I had a friend who never had mammograms until it was too late. Please remember to do your annual or bi-annual breast checks.
  • Toni
    10/04/2015
    I made a donation today for my Mum and Nana! My Nana had been diagnosed and fought breast cancer a number of years ago and is now happy and healthy :).
  • Jackie
    10/04/2015
    I wanted to do something more meaningful, that would benefit others.
  • Stephen
    10/04/2015
    A world without breast cancer, is something that will make a huge difference to thousands of women, their families and friends. Please donate now.
  • Josephine
    09/04/2015
    I have had close friends diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Madeleine
    09/04/2015
    I chose to donate as my Nan is currently fighting her second cancer battle.My Nan's strength and determination amazes our family each and every day xx GO MARIE!
  • Lorraine
    09/04/2015
    We all have too much 'stuff' in our lives and I know my Mum will appreciate this far more.
  • Rebecca
    09/04/2015
    My brave Mum has defeated breast cancer. But she is always terrified it will come back. Money for research will ensure that they have more tools to fight with.
  • Vicki
    09/04/2015
    I wanted to contribute in a small way & know my mum would love to do the same.In her words she has everything including good health. This was an obvious choice.
  • Zachariah
    09/04/2015
    I love my Mother very much, and to give her the gift of a breast cancer free world, is something that will last a lifetime.
  • Leigh
    07/04/2015
    Finding a cure for breast cancer is the best gift on Mother's Day or any day. Flowers last a few days, a cure lasts a lifetime.
  • Alexander
    07/04/2015
    My mum died of breast cancer when I was 16. I've just had a son and I'd hate for him to lose his mum to breast cancer too.
  • Kirsty
    07/04/2015
    I recently found out my mum has breast cancer and this will help support all of those brave women out there, who battle every day to survive!
  • Martyn
    07/04/2015
    I have a wife and nieces who I love dearly, if this small donation helps rid the world of this awful disease it is the least I can do to help others.
  • Alexander
    06/04/2015
    I support research into breast cancer because it affects so many women in Australia, including women that I have personally seen fight (and win) breast cancer!
  • Veronica
    05/04/2015
    The reason for my donation is for my beautiful mother who was diagnosed with breast cancer, but luckily she won her battle. I love her so much.
  • Jenny
    05/04/2015
    There is no better way to celebrate Mother's Day than to donate to help end this terrible cancer which takes so many other mothers.
  • Emma
    04/04/2015
    Whilst none of my loved ones have suffered from breast cancer, I've seen the pain that it can cause. No-one should have to struggle through this.
  • Kathryn
    03/04/2015
    This donation is for my friends.
  • Eden
    03/04/2015
    For all the women in my life who have been affected in some way by this disease. Sending love and light to you all x
  • Margaret
    02/04/2015
    My mother is a breast cancer survivor, hopefully my donation will help others in the future.
  • Ashlee
    02/04/2015
    My mother and aunty both had breast cancer. Both survived however my aunty had to undergo a mastectomy.
  • Linda
    02/04/2015
    To anyone who has been touched by breast cancer. To my friends who have survived breast cancer. To all women. Let's continue to fight for this cause.
  • Stephanie
    02/04/2015
    You never know when it may be you or a loved one! So show your support to find a cure before it's too late. Xx
  • Kaylene
    01/04/2015
    In-lieu of my beautiful mother, life is precious, life is short.
  • Carlo
    31/03/2015
    In memory of someone very special, who showed us that life is a gift worth fighting for, which should be shared with others and filled with love.
  • Amy
    31/03/2015
    I have several friends and family members going through treatment for breast cancer at the moment. They are strong women who I want to help. xx
  • Santina
    31/03/2015
    For all the mums and sisters and friends who feel they are alone, we are all there for you and with you!
  • Gregory
    31/03/2015
    Although my card is for my elderly mother, my sister had breast cancer (a survivor), so this is my way of remembering this special event!
  • Amber
    31/03/2015
    Research into breast cancer saved my Mum's life. That was over 20 years ago. Ongoing research keeps her alive today. Thank you.
  • Shirley
    30/03/2015
    I just feel help is so badly needed for those suffering from this insidious disease.
  • Kim
    29/03/2015
    Family members, friends & workmates fight & sadly lose the fight to this disease. I have donated in-lieu of a present for mum & she is very grateful & humbled.
  • Paul
    29/03/2015
    It is a family tradition that we support BCIA each Mother's Day.
  • Tanya
    28/03/2015
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer seven years ago at just 31. Please give to ensure research continues for a cure.
  • Kate
    28/03/2015
    I donate instead of buying a gift for my mum and mother-in-law because as women, we would like nothing more than to see the eradication of breast cancer. X
  • Bronwyn
    28/03/2015
    There are 11 girls in my family, I hope that we have the good fortune never to need your help, so would like to help those who do desperately need your support.
  • Colleen
    27/03/2015
    My sister died from multiple myeloma and it was horrific. I don't want anyone to die from breast cancer.
  • Sarah
    26/03/2015
    I'm donating to research in recognition and support of those affected by breast cancer. My maternal grandmother and mother had this cancer.
  • Rene
    26/03/2015
    I made a donation for Mothers, in memory of my mum who passed away last year. I have donated to the Mother's Day Appeal for over four years now.
  • Maureen
    25/03/2015
    The 7th May marks the 25th anniversary of losing my mum to breast cancer aged 54. Research is the way to go.
  • Faye
    25/03/2015
    My Auntie went through the struggles of having breast cancer a few years ago and I don't want anyone to go through the same, any little help can go a long way.
  • Sandra
    25/03/2015
    Any form of cancer is devastating - it impacts everyone. With the help of science and people contributing money to research, we will find a cure.
  • Silvia
    23/03/2015
    For my beautiful daughter... You are my world and I hope to be here for you for as long as possible.
  • Jane
    23/03/2015
    This is for you mum! Thanks for always being there. Happy Mother's Day xxx
  • Jenny
    20/03/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to my beautiful Mum! I hope we have many more special days together.
  • John
    20/03/2015
    Such a wonderful idea for a Mother's Day gift! I will encourage all my friends to do the same.
  • Cathy
    20/03/2015
    My Mum wanted this instead of a present, she said she has everything she wants and wanted to support research into breast cancer.
  • Sandy
    20/03/2015
    Happy Mother's Day to all the mums out there!
  • Julie
    20/03/2015
    My mum is a breast cancer survivor and I don't know what I would do without her. Thinking of all those who aren't as lucky as me. I hope my donation helps research.
  • Melissa
    20/03/2015
    This is a fabulous idea for a Mother's Day present!
  • Lisa
    20/03/2015
    I've made a donation in memory of my mum. I miss you every day xx
  • Ruby
    20/03/2015
    I know it will touch Mum's heart to know I have made this donation for her... love you so, Mum.
  • Margaret
    25/02/2015
    My daughter has breast cancer
  • Valerie
    17/02/2015
    I am a breast cancer survivor: it was nearly 12 years ago . My first husband died when he was only 49 [lymphoma]. As a result, I try to donate when I can.
  • Sandra
    17/02/2015
    In memory of my beautiful, brave sister Sharon who died from breast cancer in 2007. I miss her every day, love her forever xxx
  • Margaret
    14/02/2015
    Two of my friends had breast cancer, one died. I want my granddaughters to hopefully be free from the worry of having breast cancer.
  • Peter
    13/02/2015
    These trials are too important not to support. Women everywhere need as much medical advancement in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer as possible.
  • Deborah
    11/02/2015
    My oldest and dearest friend's daughter, a young mother, discovered that she had breast cancer and had to have a radical mastectomy and hysterectomy.
  • Jacqui
    30/01/2015
    Thank you BCIA for supporting research into better treatments for all types of breast cancer.
  • Dorothy
    29/12/2014
    I would like to think my donation will help research so others can avoid the pain and suffering my sister went through.
  • susan
    23/12/2014
    In memory of my lovely mum
  • Rheya
    22/12/2014
    "I love you so much", repeated constantly from Danya's diagnosis to her death, proved powerless to save her; here's to a future without broken-hearted mothers.
  • Marni
    20/12/2014
    My mum and friend are breast cancer survivors
  • Paula
    19/12/2014
    She is my inspiration...... Happy birthday for the 24th. Thinking of you across the Tasman with much love xxxxxxxx
  • Gloria
    18/12/2014
    Carol was my very best friend and sadly died some years ago. She could have benefited enormously from the successful treatment from recent research.
  • Roger
    18/12/2014
    In loving memory
  • Ana
    18/12/2014
    As I write she's about to succumb to this dreaded disease.
  • Paul
    17/12/2014
    We miss her terribly. Christmas won't ever be the same again.
  • Robert
    17/12/2014
    She prefers to support these kind of charities.
  • Sandra
    17/12/2014
    My beautiful sister Sharon passed away on 29/12/12 with breast cancer. She battled for 7 years and never gave up. I love and miss her every day. xxx
  • Kaye
    17/12/2014
    She was my friend and she died from breast cancer because no scans were done to detect secondary cancers. I would like more scans done ... It can save lives.
  • William
    17/12/2014
    Love and merry Christmas.
  • Colin
    15/12/2014
    She has survived breast cancer many years ago and every year her wish is that I donate to research (on her behalf) in lieu of a Christmas present.
  • Colin
    15/12/2014
    My donation is for my mother-in-law, Maria because she survived breast cancer many years ago and every year her wish is that I donate to research (on her behalf) in lieu of a Christmas present.
  • Marilyn
    14/12/2014
    I want it to be possible for every person to survive breast cancer.
  • Marilyn
    14/12/2014
    My donation is for all women everywhere because I want it to be possible for every person to survive breast cancer.
  • Helen
    11/12/2014
    She was my mum who lost her battle with breast cancer 15 years ago.
  • Wendy
    11/12/2014
    She was a lovely friend who I lost to breast cancer and I miss her very much.
  • Wendy
    11/12/2014
    My donation is for Katherine Johnstone because she was a lovely friend who I lost to breast cancer and I miss her very much.
  • Maya
    09/12/2014
    I love my sister so much and miss her every day. I pray for a cure for breast cancer so that no other families have to feel this pain.
  • Robert
    09/12/2014
    In memory of his mother.
  • Jennifer
    09/12/2014
    She was a very close friend who gave so much to others and died young.
  • Leah
    08/12/2014
    I don't ever want her to be diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Christine
    06/12/2014
    She died from breast cancer
  • Pamela
    04/12/2014
    My youngest sister has just been diagnosed with breast cancer and is about to commence treatment.
  • Sally
    04/12/2014
    She is the most amazing, inspirational woman I know.
  • Sally
    04/12/2014
    My donation is for my nanna, Stella because she is the most amazing, inspirational woman I know.
  • Barbara
    03/12/2014
    My mother and Grandmother both had breast cancer
  • Daniel
    28/11/2014
    She's my Mum, for her birthday.
  • Teresa
    24/11/2014
    Mrs Bach survived breast cancer however passed away with another ailment.
  • Norma
    19/11/2014
    Betty is also a survivor of breast cancer and has just celebrated her 90th birthday.
  • Silvia
    17/11/2014
    She has lost many loved ones to cancer.
  • Patricia
    16/11/2014
    I saw the impact her illness had on her family. No one should have to see their wife, mum and friend suffer like that.
  • Angela
    16/11/2014
    In memory of my dad.
  • Patricia
    16/11/2014
    My donation is for Bronwyn because I saw the impact her illness had on her family. No one should have to see their wife, mum and friend suffer like that.
  • Carlie
    14/11/2014
    Early detection saved my mother and my sister, so I want the same resources to be available to all the women in my family and my friends. Merry Christmas.
  • Jonathan
    14/11/2014
    Breast cancer runs in her family, so this cause hits very close to home for us. I don't want to worry about her developing breast cancer.
  • Carlie
    14/11/2014
    My donation is for all the wonderful women in my life. Early detection saved my mother and my sister, so I want the same resources to be available to all the women in my family and my friends.
  • Joana
    12/11/2014
    She did not survive breast cancer. My mother did, and I can't help but wonder what my life would be without her.
  • Greg
    12/11/2014
    My wonderful cousin was diagnosed as stage four, but is the most positive person I know.
  • Mary
    12/11/2014
    My niece Alison passed away one month ago from breast cancer, leaving behind a wonderful husband and two beautiful daughters.
  • Alejandra
    12/11/2014
    She was recently diagnosed with stage two breast cancer and had a left mastectomy last July and is undergoing chemotherapy at the moment.
  • Jenny
    10/11/2014
    Through their dedication and hard work, they are saving women's lives and making the future brighter for many families.
  • Jane
    10/11/2014
    So that we may never know the heartache of losing a loved one to Breast Cancer.
  • Daniel
    10/11/2014
    I was really touched by their story.
  • Sandy
    10/11/2014
    I want to help find a cure and give them a brighter future without breast cancer.
  • Jacqui
    10/11/2014
    I want to help change the future for the next generation.
  • Natasha
    10/11/2014
    Having Jack was a dream come true. I don’t want my breast cancer to return; I want to be here for him always.
  • Fran
    10/11/2014
    I have seen how clinical trials improve treatments and save lives. I want to help every woman get the treatment she needs to live her life free of breast cancer.
  • Cheryl
    10/11/2014
    I don’t want them to go through what I did. I hope we can eradicate this disease in their lifetime.
  • Graham
    10/11/2014
    I miss her every day. I don’t want any family to suffer losing a treasured mum, wife and grandma like we have.
  • Owen
    31/10/2014
    My mother has been affected by this disease for many years and is now clear.
  • Helen
    30/10/2014
    Breast cancer clinical trials research is so important if we hope to find a cure for (or even prevention of) breast cancer and live in a world free from cancer.
  • Shirley
    27/10/2014
    The sooner we find a cure the better. Every cent helps.
  • Laura
    16/10/2014
    With a strong family history of breast cancer, research undertaken by the BCIA may one day help me or members of my family fight this insidious disease.
  • Thomas
    14/10/2014
    The CommBank graduates chose to support three charities at our annual quiz night and BCIA was overwhelmingly voted in as one of the three.
  • Joan
    13/10/2014
    Breast cancer has such a huge impact on the lives of so many women, my mother-in-law being one of them.
  • Susan
    13/10/2014
    Together we can beat this terrible disease!
  • Beverley
    13/10/2014
    I am a breast cancer survivor of 16 years. I was treated at Westmead Breast Clinic and I am very grateful to them for the caring support they gave me.
  • Maureen
    10/10/2014
    In continued memory of my loved mum who lost her battle with breast cancer, aged 54, now 24 years ago.
  • Deborah
    10/10/2014
    Clinical trials are important - without them, the drugs I am on today (that have stabilised my cancer) may not be here.
  • K & H
    08/10/2014
    It's only through research that we will find a cure. It's our way of helping those affected, and to let them know that we are on their journey too.
  • Susan
    08/10/2014
    My mother had breast cancer.
  • Donna
    07/10/2014
    Breast cancer affects both women and men. Major screening, research, self examination and early detection has resulted in many beating it but we need a cure.
  • Arpi
    26/09/2014
    I want to help for research.
  • Sonya
    23/09/2014
    My cousin found a lump and was diagnosed as stage four. My contribution is for her, and the ongoing research into new treatments
  • Jane-marie
    23/09/2014
    I was a nurse and witnessed a lot of suffering post chemotherapy. I am seeing the suffering again through a dear friend. I hope a cure is near.
  • Ngoc
    20/09/2014
    I had breast cancer myself three years ago. I am OK now, although I still follow-up every six months with doctors.
  • Karen
    20/09/2014
    A world without cancer would be a more beautiful one.
  • Eleanor
    19/09/2014
    Breast cancer research benefits not just the patient, but also all family members.
  • Annette
    16/09/2014
    Many of my friends have battled their way through breast cancer and one is currently going through treatment. This could be me.
  • William
    16/09/2014
    Our daughter had breast cancer over five years ago. We thank God for what research has done for her and others and are pleased to give for new insights.
  • Maansi
    28/08/2014
    In memory of Danya, a beautiful and much loved friend.
  • Linda
    22/08/2014
    Women nurture our community and the death of any single woman impacts the lives of so many. Research is the key to a positive future for so many.
  • Janise
    19/08/2014
    I am a survivor! Glad to support any research which gets to the bottom of this disease.
  • Odile
    19/08/2014
    In 1986 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy. The treatment I got from the hospital, my surgeon and oncologist was the best.
  • Dorothy
    12/08/2014
    My sister died due to an undetected return of breast cancer. I wish to help research so other families do not have to go through such trauma.
  • Harvey
    05/08/2014
    I have two daughters, one has died (not from breast cancer), but I still think we should donate twice a year to combat this disease.
  • Berenice
    04/08/2014
    Some of my friends have endured breast cancer. Not all have survived.
  • Charleen
    01/08/2014
    As someone who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013 and who went on their own personal journey to recovery, I am fully aware of the importance of research.
  • Alejandra
    22/07/2014
    I am a participant of IBIS 1 and three members of my family have had breast cancer, and one had lung cancer. Two of them have passed away.
  • Rosalind
    30/06/2014
    A close friend of mine fought breast cancer for over 20 years before succumbing in 2001.
  • Suzanne
    30/06/2014
    There is a history of breast cancer and BRCA1 in my family.
  • Brenda
    29/06/2014
    I am a breast cancer survivor.
  • Alan
    28/06/2014
    We all live in hope that a cure will some day be found.
  • Teresa
    27/06/2014
    In memory of my Aunt Mrs Hilary Bach.
  • Paul
    27/06/2014
    My sister was diagnosed with breast cancer nine years ago.
  • Sonya
    27/06/2014
    I have friends and family members who are currently fighting breast cancer. I hope that there are no more in the future.
  • Kirsten
    27/06/2014
    Hoping to find a cure for breast cancer.
  • Rene
    26/06/2014
    Family members have breast cancer.
  • Jeanine
    22/06/2014
    My loving sister has breast cancer. She has helped so many people, being a doctor and has the most generous, positive spirit. She needs help now!
  • Jill
    22/06/2014
    This is a good cause.
  • Margaret
    22/06/2014
    A very worthwhile cause
  • Lindsay
    21/06/2014
    My mother had breast cancer a few years ago. She is ok now.
  • Sharyn
    20/06/2014
    I support these trials in the hope that one day our grandmothers, mothers, daughters, sisters, aunties, nieces will live without this disease.
  • Robert
    20/06/2014
    My wife has been a cancer patient for more than 17 years and is still under treatment by an oncologist. I hope that cancer research will be a great help.
  • Margaret
    19/06/2014
    My grandmother & my mother both had bilateral breast cancer. Clinical trials are imperative. They might save me, my daughter & granddaughter's future.
  • Craig
    19/06/2014
    My brave and beautiful wife Fethiye died 3 June 2013 from bone cancer which came from a previous breast cancer.
  • Sandra
    19/06/2014
    I lost my sister Sharon Kruger to breast cancer too soon. I miss her so much and hope for a cure soon.
  • Denise
    18/06/2014
    I am a breast cancer survivor twice over and have lost too many friends to this disease including Zahra.
  • Campbell
    16/06/2014
    Too many young women are suffering breast cancer.
  • Samantha
    13/06/2014
    BRCA1 triple-negative breast cancer has had a huge impact on my family. I hope you can prevent any of our children having to go through it.
  • Peter
    12/06/2014
    This is a worthwhile project for the good of humankind.
  • Dan
    12/06/2014
    Members of my family have had breast cancer.
  • Desma
    10/06/2014
    After watching my mother go through breast cancer and surviving this I appreciate research working towards a cure. My mother died of lung cancer in 2013.
  • Wendy
    03/06/2014
    My mother died of breast cancer.
  • Sandra
    31/05/2014
    We hope to see a cure in our lifetime.
  • Thomas
    25/05/2014
    After witnessing how much stress and sadness breast cancer puts on families I want nothing more than to find a cure and support families who go through it.
  • Merry
    24/05/2014
    One never knows.....
  • Jane
    23/05/2014
    I had breast cancer in 1992 and a mastectomy of my left breast, followed by 6 months chemotherapy and 5 years Tamoxifen.
  • Jeanette
    21/05/2014
    I wish you every success and thank you .
  • Kathy
    16/05/2014
    To find that cure for all women - now and in the future.
  • Karen
    01/03/2014
    Close family and friends have all experienced breast cancer to varying degrees. Research for a cure and effective treatments is crucial.
  • Teresa
    19/02/2014
    My twin sister died from liver cancer last year. My best friend is a cancer survivor after having both breasts off.
  • Jeanette
    18/02/2014
    This is a worthy cause and so many women are affected by it. I have a dear friend who is starting treatment next week.
  • Sylvia
    15/02/2014
    Four years ago I was diagnosed with DCIS and after a surgery and radiotherapy I am so far free of cancer. Praise the Lord.
  • Cheryl
    14/02/2014
    I received your information pack and it makes sense to me to support cancer clinical trials research as a way ahead.
  • Andrea
    14/02/2014
    One of my mum's closest friends and someone I call my aunty has just been diagnosed.
  • Betty L
    12/02/2014
    Over five decades I've had multiple non-cancer breast surgeries. We can't be too safe. Had a number of American friends who did/didn't survive breast cancer.
  • Anne
    10/02/2014
    I am one of the lucky people that breast screening has picked up pre-cancerous lumps and removed these for me. I feel very lucky therefore want to help.
  • Dianne
    08/02/2014
    After 10 years was diagnosed December 2012 with secondary breast cancer in my liver and bones. Am currently having treatment with Xeloda.
  • Diane
    07/02/2014
    Having being diagnosed in 2009 with stage 3, I have been on anastrozole 1mg for five years.
  • Rose
    05/02/2014
    I have a history of breast cancer in Aunty and cousins. Luckily we have not had a loss among the five women afflicted. The latest was my sister.
  • Sandra
    03/02/2014
    I lost my beautiful, brave sister Sharon Kruger in 2012 to breast cancer. I miss and love her every day. Wish for a cure soon. Sandy xxx
  • Margaret
    22/12/2013
    So much still to do to eliminate breast cancer...let's get on with it!
  • Arti
    21/12/2013
    May the world be free of breast cancer.
  • Skye
    20/12/2013
    That one day we find a cure for breast cancer and have a world without breast cancer.
  • Andrew
    19/12/2013
    To see the effects of research and dedication continue to act against breast cancer.
  • Paul
    18/12/2013
    My sister is eight years on from being diagnosed. Let's hope we wipe breast cancer out in years to come. Merry Christmas to all.
  • Stephen
    17/12/2013
    Supporting research into a future free of breast cancer.
  • Theo
    16/12/2013
    My wish is that there will be a CURE !
  • Yvette
    15/12/2013
    A wish to my special mum, who is one of the lucky women who survived. Love you dearly mum. Wish you were closer by, but I feel very blessed to have you!
  • Angela
    15/12/2013
    For my beautiful Mum and dearest Sister both lost to this awful disease and my wish my own cancer is gone for good... four years and fighting on.
  • Danelle
    15/12/2013
    Stay strong ladies. It is a battle that can be won xx
  • Dianne
    12/12/2013
    A cure for ALL cancers not only breast cancer so no one has to go through the terrible traumas.
  • Rose
    11/12/2013
    I wish you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year.
  • Penelope
    10/12/2013
    Live life to the full every day.
  • Melanie
    06/12/2013
    Merry Christmas to my beautiful Mum. Let's find a cure so survivors can continue to light up their families' lives as much as you did for us. Miss you dearly x
  • Petrushka
    06/12/2013
    Health and happiness for all. Our thoughts are with everyone affected by this disease.
  • Angela
    02/12/2013
    That the world be cancer free in the near future.
  • Leah
    01/12/2013
    To a beautiful mother, you have fought with amazing grace and dignity but I know it is your time to go. Until we meet again I will always love you. Leah
  • Mandie
    30/11/2013
    A healthy Christmas for all those suffering with breast cancer, and a cure to be found in 2014! Thoughts and prayers are with you all.
  • Helen
    29/11/2013
    I wish for greater advances in research in 2014.
  • Silvana
    22/11/2013
    Spending time with family, love and happiness to all and one day a cure for breast cancer.
  • Narelle
    18/11/2013
    To my family and friends who have had a hard year this year - let's hope for good news for 2014. My prayers are with you all. xx
  • Fiona
    17/11/2013
    In memory of my mother and sister who both died of breast cancer.
  • Milena
    17/11/2013
    All Best Wishes!
  • Joan
    17/11/2013
    That the world could be a better place free of so much tragedy.
  • Cindy
    16/11/2013
    I also support a world without breast cancer. Losing our Mum to breast cancer six years ago just before Christmas was heartbreaking. Keep up the good work!!
  • Nicole
    12/11/2013
    For my Mum xx and to help find a cure for this terrible disease.
  • Jane
    12/11/2013
    For Jo, Susan, Janet and Jo x x
  • Alan
    07/11/2013
    I would just hate to imagine what it would be like if my wife had breast cancer.
  • Craig
    03/11/2013
    After a hard battle with breast cancer bone metastasis my brave and beautiful wife Fethiye Tanser died on 3 June 2013.
  • Ilona Krista
    16/10/2013
    As a young female breast cancer scares me.
  • Claire
    13/10/2013
    This is for my mum, who battled cancer for 10 years before it finally took her from us...
  • Melinda
    30/09/2013
    To help eradicate this horrible disease!
  • Sonja
    27/09/2013
    I have friends and colleagues who have suffered from this disease in various degrees. We need to find why this is happening so often - chemicals we use daily?
  • Jacqueline
    26/09/2013
    I'm donating as insurance. The next diagnosis might be me, or a family member or a friend.
  • Li-Wen
    26/09/2013
    I just wish that this small donation can make a huge difference with the trials and save more women's lives. Thanks for the information and the beautiful notes.
  • Margaret
    25/09/2013
    Because so many people I know are being diagnosed with breast cancer lately.
  • Sandra
    24/09/2013
    My beautiful sister had breast cancer and battled so hard for seven years and finally she passed away on 29th December 2012, leaving me with a broken heart.
  • Elaine
    24/09/2013
    I had a mastectomy 28 years ago and am glad to still be alive thanks to God and the surgeons at the Royal Marsden hospital in London.
  • Dawn
    24/09/2013
    The letter from BCIA General Manager provided compelling information about research and Natalie's story was a strong encouragement to donate. Who may be next!
  • Joanne
    23/09/2013
    My sister has had breast cancer twice in the last six years and had her other breast removed last week!
  • Teresa
    23/09/2013
    I am currently going through breast cancer and I realise how important breast cancer research is for those affected both now and for future generations.
  • Narelle
    23/09/2013
    Early detection is essential. My breast cancer was missed by mammogram and only ultimately detected by ultrasound.
  • Penelope
    19/09/2013
    So further research can be carried out to save lives from this disease.
  • Evie
    19/09/2013
    Touched by Natalie's letter and even though I do not directly know of anyone that has had breast cancer we must support such a wonderful clinical trial.
  • Zenon
    18/09/2013
    My wife Janette died from breast cancer in December 2012.
  • Sylvia
    31/08/2013
    Nearly four years ago I was diagnosed with DCIS. Fortunately it was picked up early and so far I am still clear of cancer.
  • Miguel Carlo
    03/08/2013
    My aunt Maggie Simpliciano was a cancer survivor.
  • Suzanne
    18/07/2013
    My beautiful friend Michelle was diagnosed with breast cancer last year so I know how important it is to support breast cancer clinical trials research.
  • Peter
    12/07/2013
    My wife died of breast cancer and I have two adult daughters.
  • Margaret
    02/07/2013
    I have had breast cancer myself.
  • Jean
    02/07/2013
    My sister had breast cancer 20 years ago and she is doing fine.
  • Kerry
    30/06/2013
    Having had breast cancer three times and having the BRCA 2 gene mutation, I wish to support research.
  • Barbara
    30/06/2013
    It is important to encourage research, without which no advances would be made in treating conditions such as breast cancer.
  • Kay
    30/06/2013
    Because it is needed.
  • Neil
    28/06/2013
    To try to further research in early detection and eradication of breast cancer.
  • Rosslyn
    27/06/2013
    Family History of Breast Cancer.
  • Dorothy
    26/06/2013
    I watched my sister suffer really dreadfully and hope that through more research other individuals and familes can be spared the pain and trauma involved.
  • Donald
    26/06/2013
    Karen died from breast cancer.
  • Petrushka
    25/06/2013
    Family history of breast cancer. The Organisation does fantastic work and brings great hope to many.
  • Yuke Foong
    24/06/2013
    Because I like to help to make this world a better world for everyone to live..
  • Roslyn
    24/06/2013
    I know a number of women who have or have had breast cancer.
  • Petrina
    24/06/2013
    Earlier detection, less invasive treatments, improved survival and quality of life are important.
  • Millie
    23/06/2013
    I believe that breast cancer clinical trials are an important step in the development of new drugs and treatments.
  • Elaine
    19/06/2013
    I had a mastectomy 27 years ago and would like to see other sufferers surviving as long as I have, and hopefully longer.
  • Christine
    06/06/2013
    to support science's progress in reducing or hopefully eradicating breast cancer
  • Jane
    05/06/2013
    I had breast cancer in 1992 - L radical mastectomy followed by 6 months chemo. I've been on your mailing list for a few years now and thank you for your work.
  • Melanie
    03/06/2013
    I have had several family members and friends who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and we need to find a cure.
  • Wendy
    20/03/2013
    I would like to see a decrease in the number of breast cancer cases being diagnosed, which is hopefully as a result of breast cancer clinical trials research.
  • Dianne
    18/03/2013
    It is one of the greatest fears I feel facing every woman.
  • Joanne
    10/03/2013
    I have donated, once a year, since a lifelong friend passed away in 1999.
  • Shui h
    10/03/2013
    To support breast cancer research and to help save lives.
  • Jenny
    07/03/2013
    Necessary to fund research to find successful treatments and prevention.
  • Carole
    04/03/2013
    My mother died with breast cancer eight years ago. I went through it 18 months ago. I want to increase the knowledge to stop breast cancer before it starts.
  • Stephen
    28/02/2013
    The recent results of ATLAS and IBIS studies indicate that research continues to make meaningful improvements to management and prevention of breast cancer.
  • Leah
    23/02/2013
    My grandmother passed away from breast cancer, so I support breast cancer research.
  • Monica
    23/02/2013
    The diary has some good facts about health and wellbeing for women.
  • Alicia
    17/02/2013
    Every year I buy a Women's Health Diary. This year I thought I would be technical and use the diary on my phone, but I miss the diary too much.
  • Kai
    15/02/2013
    It is important to find better treatments and to save lives.
  • Stevie
    14/02/2013
    I bought the diary to raise money and I like the layout.
  • Louise
    14/02/2013
    I love the diary and have lost a loved one to breast cancer so I like to support breast cancer research.
  • Kate
    13/02/2013
    Looking at starting a family and need a diary to record certain dates for doctors etc.
  • Margo
    12/02/2013
    I'm buying the diary as a birthday gift.
  • Susan
    11/02/2013
    My mum is a breast cancer survivor. This purchase is a simple symbol of my family's support for breast cancer research. Plus we get a beautiful diary to use.
  • Manal
    11/02/2013
    It is a great diary for women. I love the colourful pictures and articles in each month's section.
  • Shirley
    11/02/2013
    I would like to help find a cure for breast cancer.
  • Tatiana
    11/02/2013
    I have a friend who is still alive because of ongoing developments with breast cancer research.
  • Dorothy
    10/02/2013
    My niece passed away at the tender age of 35 after battling breast and secondary cancers for nine years. I'm helping researchers to find a cure.
  • Angela
    08/02/2013
    It's a gift for my mum, she really thinks it's a terrific diary, the format suits her needs and it's for a great cause.
  • Belinda
    07/02/2013
    My mother and grandmother were diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Wendy
    05/02/2013
    Two of my dear friends have died following secondary cancers to their earlier breast cancer and happily more friends have survived the disease.
  • Christine
    01/02/2013
    If we don't have clinical trials we are not going to improve the survival rates of those diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • April
    31/01/2013
    Supporting the cause.
  • Jacqui
    29/01/2013
    I purchased the diary so that I could support breast cancer research and all the wonderful work that the Institute is doing for breast cancer.
  • Kathryn
    28/01/2013
    To support women in their struggle with breast cancer.
  • Rosemarie
    27/01/2013
    I need a diary, and it's good to support your organisation.
  • Kylie
    25/01/2013
    I loved reading all of the tips in the diary and it helped me stay on track when I was trying to lose my baby weight. It is also for a fantastic cause.
  • Fiona
    23/01/2013
    I bought the diary to support Australian women with breast cancer, so my money goes to a fantastic cause and I love the diary!
  • Melanie
    20/01/2013
    I bought the diary for my mother's birthday as she loves it and buys it for her friends for Christmas.
  • Sophia
    20/01/2013
    I needed a new diary and I wanted to support the cause. I also really think that a Health Diary is better than a plain diary.
  • Barbara
    19/01/2013
    As a breast cancer survivor I try to do as much as possible for breast cancer research.
  • Heather
    16/01/2013
    The diary has relevant women's health issues and information and provides me with prompts as to what I need to have checked from a medical perspective.
  • Raylene
    10/01/2013
    Excellent diary - have purchased it for years.
  • Anna
    09/01/2013
    I bought the diary to get more alert on health monitors and reminders.
  • Pamela
    08/01/2013
    Very impressed with 2012 diary that I received as a gift.
  • Claudia
    08/01/2013
    Many of my friends went through beating breast cancer with only one of my friends unfortunately not making it. It affects too many lives and needs to stop.
  • Heather
    07/01/2013
    My sister-in-law passed away from breast cancer 16 years ago and this is my little way of supporting the cause.
  • Jody
    07/01/2013
    I need to keep a food diary due to my condition. Buying this version is a great way to support your organisation at the same time.
  • Jayme
    07/01/2013
    I bought the diary to support the cause.
  • Olivia
    06/01/2013
    I'm buying the diary for my mother who has breast cancer so she can write all her doctor's appointments down and to support the Breast Cancer Institute.
  • Sharyn
    06/01/2013
    I buy the diary every year. It has beneficial women's health information I love to read and it's a great way to make a contribution to research. Thank you.
  • Claire
    05/01/2013
    My mother-in-law has just been diagnosed with breast cancer so thought it was prime time to buy the diary :-)
  • Peita
    04/01/2013
    I love the size, spiral spine and especially the health information it contains. It's the perfect diary for me.
  • Karen
    03/01/2013
    Because it is a worthy cause.
  • Leanne
    03/01/2013
    I've been using this diary for a few years now. It's a great size, supports a good cause and has some great information in it.
  • Tash
    01/01/2013
    Because it's important for men and women of all ages to be breast cancer aware.
  • Tracey
    28/12/2012
    I had this diary in 2012 and can't find a better one!
  • Elizabeth
    27/12/2012
    I have being buying this diary for years. I love the diary and all the bits in it but most of all the fact that every purchase is helping save lives.
  • Barbara
    21/12/2012
    I found it an extremely useful and informative diary.
  • Peter
    21/12/2012
    I would like a cure to be found, or more correctly, to find a cause.
  • Rebekah
    20/12/2012
    My husband's grandmother passed away two years ago from breast cancer. It runs in his family.
  • Suzanne
    18/12/2012
    I hope that there is a cure for breast cancer so my gorgeous granddaughters will not have to go through what I went through.
  • Iona
    18/12/2012
    My mother had breast cancer and this is my small way of supporting research into finding a possible cure.
  • Brae
    17/12/2012
    My wife wanted the diary for Christmas. :-)
  • Kim
    17/12/2012
    My mum was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago and is now in remission. She received enormous support from the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia.
  • Carol
    16/12/2012
    Have numerous friends with breast cancer, great cause, love Lisa Wilkinson.
  • Jane
    13/12/2012
    To see a world where cancer is finally defeated and women do not have to suffer the current treatment to save their lives would be a truly wonderful gift.
  • Kelly
    13/12/2012
    Instead of client gifts this year we have decided to donate to charity on behalf of our clients.
  • David
    12/12/2012
    The diary is a good educational tool. I'm a scientist, so enhancing the health knowledge of my wife and daughter is good. And it's for a good cause too!
  • Allison
    12/12/2012
    As a young woman in her early 30s, I thought this diary would come in handy and to help support the BCIA.
  • Andrew
    12/12/2012
    I believe it is important to help anyone going through cancer of any form and donating to the treatment or finding a cure for it is the best way I know how.
  • Louisa
    11/12/2012
    Breast cancer survivor 2012.
  • Katie
    09/12/2012
    Such an important cause.
  • Beth
    09/12/2012
    I purchased the diary for my Nan for a Christmas present.
  • Claron
    07/12/2012
    Because breast cancer has touched a lot of people in my family, and friends and parents of my children's friends.
  • Debbie
    06/12/2012
    I bought the diary because I want to be organised next year when looking after my health.
  • Barbara
    03/12/2012
    My mother and grandmother contracted breast cancer.
  • Colin
    02/12/2012
    I bought the diary as a gift.
  • Allison
    29/11/2012
    I have had a couple of diaries in previous years. The presentation and information contained is very good.
  • James
    28/11/2012
    The Breast Cancer Institute of Australia does wonderful work and I am happy to be supporting them again this year.
  • Emma
    27/11/2012
    My mother passed away in 2004. I hope the ongoing support to the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia will help women like my mother live a happy healthy life.
  • Christjne
    26/11/2012
    I am giving this gift to my daughter in law and her Nana as nearly two years ago they lost their mother and daughter to breast cancer. xxoo
  • Sarah
    24/11/2012
    The diary is a Christmas present for my mum - it will be the third (or perhaps fourth) time I've purchased it.
  • Andy
    24/11/2012
    To hopefully, one day, find a cause for why breast cancer occurs in certain people and also to help discover a vaccination to perhaps prevent it in future.
  • Kellie
    21/11/2012
    I have been buying The Australian Women's Health Diary for years and it is a fantastic diary with everything I need and the money goes to a great cause.
  • Lisa
    21/11/2012
    I bought a diary for my mum who has become a bit forgetful in her old age :) and to support the wonderful work that's done for women with breast cancer.
  • Angela
    21/11/2012
    I purchased a diary for a Christmas present.
  • TseWei
    18/11/2012
    There are a lot of unknowns on the occurrence of breast cancer. The more we know about this the better the chances of survival are for more people.
  • Rachel
    16/11/2012
    The diary is great :-) Lots of information - I just love it.
  • Dyane
    15/11/2012
    I like the format of the diary, plenty of room to write, keep appointments and great information included. Mostly though it supports a good cause.
  • Alison
    13/11/2012
    I like to support a worthy cause.
  • Sandra
    13/11/2012
    I bought the diary because of the need for support for myself and also to support breast cancer research.
  • Leah
    13/11/2012
    Rather the money go to a good cause rather than the newsagent!
  • Michelle
    13/11/2012
    Because breast cancer affects all of us!
  • Melissa
    12/11/2012
    My mother in law is a survivor of breast cancer, so I'm buying a diary for her and myself, to help support the research.
  • Leesa
    12/11/2012
    My fiancee's first wife died of breast cancer and we want to help support this wonderful foundation.
  • Janet
    09/11/2012
    I purchased the diaries for my two daughters in law for their kris kringle present and I thought there would be a lot of information on health issues.
  • Jade
    08/11/2012
    I purchased a diary for my mum and myself. She really enjoyed the 2012 one I gave her and I thought I would like to have one too!
  • Melinda
    06/11/2012
    I am buying a diary for a friend for Christmas and like to think I am helping in some way by buying it through you :)
  • Tammie
    05/11/2012
    I have been using these diaries for the past 10 years. There is no better diary. It has everything that you need and more.
  • Rod
    03/11/2012
    For my wife, aged 53.
  • Sharon
    02/11/2012
    To show support for all the hard work done to combat breast cancer.
  • Gerald
    02/11/2012
    I have had a laryngectomy. I believe a good life starts with personal attitude - "The glass is always half full". Stay strong mentally!!!
  • Katherine
    01/11/2012
    It is the best diary I have had, and I love all of the useful and helpful information.
  • Chloe
    01/11/2012
    To raise money for a fantastic cause.
  • Marian
    31/10/2012
    The diary is inspiring.
  • Ellie
    31/10/2012
    I've ordered the diary for approximately three years now and find it really good. All the useful information too. Many thanks for this great diary.
  • Maryanne
    31/10/2012
    My girlfriend was diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Candice
    31/10/2012
    To support the Institute and I love the diary in general with all the health tips.
  • Sarah
    31/10/2012
    I always support breast cancer research and providing a useful tool to sustain a healthy year ahead makes it even better.
  • Steve
    31/10/2012
    I purchase a diary for my mother every year.
  • Christopher
    30/10/2012
    1 in 10 women, we are naive to think it is not going to happen to a woman close to each one of us... and for that reason we must contribute to the cause.
  • Sean
    29/10/2012
    The diary is a great practical idea and helps (in some small way) to beat that nasty C word.
  • Angela
    29/10/2012
    The diary has an attractive and practical format. It features relevant information while my purchase helps the breast cancer cause.
  • Neeraj
    28/10/2012
    In support of breast cancer.
  • Greg
    28/10/2012
    I have a mum, we all do.
  • Maureen
    26/10/2012
    My mum passed away 22 years ago from breast cancer aged 54. Today would have been her 77th birthday. I am now 56 and have had breast lumps removed.
  • Andrea
    25/10/2012
    To support research for breast cancer.
  • Emily
    25/10/2012
    The diary is for an amazing cause, close to my family. It's also pink!
  • Racquel
    25/10/2012
    I have been down the whole prospect of breast cancer in a big way this year.
  • Judith
    24/10/2012
    Clinical trials can help to improve outcomes. I had sentinel node biopsy 5 years ago, and my cousin 20 years ago had all underarm nodes removed.
  • Andrea
    23/10/2012
    I have two daughters and would love them to live a long and healthy life without the trauma of breast cancer.
  • Lynette
    23/10/2012
    I am a breast cancer survivor, very blessed my doctor removed all after two operations.
  • Tara
    23/10/2012
    My Mum was diagnosed with breast cancer along with many other family members. We cannot do enough to support the cause.
  • Sharon
    23/10/2012
    It's a great diary that supports a great cause!!
  • Sophia
    22/10/2012
    My mum recently got diagnosed with breast cancer. She lives in the UK and is a massive fan of the diary and the Women's Weekly.
  • Emma
    22/10/2012
    I'm buying the diary for my Mum. My Grandma bought one for her years ago and she's been buying them ever since. She said it's the best diary she's ever used.
  • Julie
    22/10/2012
    The doctor has just discovered a lump on my breast. Guess reality has hit home. The money is going to a great cause.
  • Steven
    17/10/2012
    My donation can assist in helping find treatment, so people have a cure or don't have to suffer as much.
  • Cherie
    17/10/2012
    These diaries are for a great cause. Very informative information in the diary also.
  • Penny
    16/10/2012
    I buy the diary because the money raised goes towards breast cancer research and it has health tips inside.
  • Dorothy
    16/10/2012
    My sister passed away in the UK in 2010 from cancer throughout her body which was caused from secondaries from breast cancer some 10 years previously.
  • Allison
    15/10/2012
    My Mother in Law has only today come out of hospital from having a mastectomy due to breast cancer.
  • Ana
    15/10/2012
    Being a breast cancer survivor myself, I wish to spread the word of awareness.
  • Karen
    12/10/2012
    It is another way to support the work the Institute does.
  • Kerrie
    11/10/2012
    I think it is a worthy organisation.
  • Jackie
    10/10/2012
    I bought the diary last year and found it very usefull, and to donate to the research into breast cancer is a very well achieved bonus.
  • Maree
    07/10/2012
    I've had a torrid year with health issues and now under four specialists. I need the diary to start tracking appointments etc and getting back in control.
  • Kerryn
    07/10/2012
    I liked to be reminded of some of the important ways of preventing poor health. I just ask that this information be accurate and scientifically supported.
  • Deborah
    05/10/2012
    My aunty passed away from breast cancer some years back now, so I buy a diary every year.
  • Lisa
    05/10/2012
    I just think it's a great contribution, even though small to women in the world who have breast cancer. This diary has great tips and is very user friendly.
  • Margaret
    04/10/2012
    My mother died as a result of breast cancer and I am a survivor myself.
  • Carlie
    04/10/2012
    Both my mother and my sister have conquered breast cancer. They make me so proud that I would love to live in a world where every woman can do the same!
  • Vivianne
    04/10/2012
    I find it interesting to read about women's health issues every time I turn a page of the diary. Very educational.
  • Keziah
    03/10/2012
    I purchased the 2012 diary this year and it was great - love the health info! Strong family history also, so like to help raise funds for such a good cause.
  • Rosslyn
    03/10/2012
    I have a daughter with breast cancer.
  • Fatma
    03/10/2012
    Always supported breast cancer. Recently my Aunty was diagnosed and it ended her life. I hope the money that's raised will help researchers find a cure.
  • Helen
    02/10/2012
    Because it is for a good cause. I might be one of the unfortunate women in the future that this research will help to treat.
  • Mark
    02/10/2012
    In support of all Therese's caring and good work.
  • Maxine
    01/10/2012
    I have purchased the Australian Women's Health Diary as it is a lovely diary in all respects.
  • Samantha
    01/10/2012
    The diary is the perfect size for me to take everywhere I go and I love the information pages between months.
  • Mariam
    30/09/2012
    Love the weekly set up of the diary, and the added health tips in each page.
  • Crystal
    28/09/2012
    I look forward to reading my weekly little health notes in the diary. They keep me going!
  • David
    28/09/2012
    Four relatives (a cousin, two aunts and my wife's aunt) have died because of breast cancer.
  • Monique
    27/09/2012
    My mum has been diagnosed with breast cancer this year and I think the diary would be a nice gift.
  • Amy
    25/09/2012
    Breast cancer unfortunately runs in my family. I love that I'm helping by purchasing a diary and also it's a really good diary, the best I have found!
  • Michelle
    25/09/2012
    For my wife's wellbeing.
  • Celia
    25/09/2012
    I have four sisters and I am buying a diary for each of them and one for myself to motivate us to exercise, eat well and live longer.
  • Ushi
    25/09/2012
    Great cause and want to be proactive regarding our health.
  • Leanne
    25/09/2012
    I love the idea of being able to record in the diary all things relating to me for the next year.
  • Rhonda
    24/09/2012
    My initial diagnoses and operations were in March 2012 and with ongoing treatment and appointments required in 2013 I need to keep up to date information.
  • Debby
    20/09/2012
    My mother has fought breast cancer and is thrilled that the diary benefits the BCIA plus it's pretty!!
  • Robyn
    20/09/2012
    The diary has great information and is a good read.
  • Carolyn
    19/09/2012
    To continue to support Breast Cancer Institute of Australia.
  • Sarah
    19/09/2012
    I have the 2012 diary and I love it!
  • Tina
    19/09/2012
    For cancer research.
  • Andrea
    18/09/2012
    I wanted to support BCIA as I have had family members touched by breast cancer and the diary is a very useful tool in my busy life.
  • Linda
    18/09/2012
    I received the 2012 Australian Women's Health Diary as a Christmas gift. It is so full of good ideas and tips and what a great cause to be able to give to.
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