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Girlfriends Host A Fun Night In And Help Raise Funds For Cancer Council

Girlfriends Host A Fun Night In And Help Raise Funds For Cancer Council

The Cancer Council, the largest Cancer organisation for women is taking registrations for their upcoming ‘Girls’ Night In’ – an empowering get-together and fundraising event of Australian women to show their support for other facing breast and gynaecological cancers.

Here at The Carousel, we know that our readers would love to get involved in this wonderful event and it would be a great avenue to catch up with their best girlfriends and at the same time showing their support for the women they know who have been affected by women’s cancers.

Cancer Council’s Girls’ Night In invites women to register and host a night in anytime during October and November. It’s an avenue for our female readers to check in with their friends and family and to help raise funds for research studies, prevention programs, advocacy campaign and support services that will benefit women diagnosed with cancer.

Girls Night In is a Pink Ribbon fundraising event by Cancer Council NSW. In your small ways, hosting this event and raising donations for women diagnosed with cancer will surely make a difference. For those who are interested to host a Girls’ Night in, here’s a helpful information:

CALENDAR NOTE Girls’ Night In 2017

What: Get your girls together for a fun night in and support those with breast or gynaecological cancer.

When: any time throughout October and November.

Why: To raise funds for breast and gynaecological cancer research, prevention & advocacy programs and information & support services.

o Registering to host a Girls’ Night In during October or November at www.girlsnightin.com.au

o   To donate, or register to host a Pink Ribbon Fundraising event, visit www.pinkribbon.com.au

Lock in a date for your Girls’ Night In and help beat women’s cancers.

Written by TheCarousel

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