You can find out more about fundraising events for BCAC and our member groups. We welcome your participation.
More than 3,300 New Zealanders are diagnosed with breast cancer every year.
BCAC welcomes donations from individuals and companies to help us support and empower these women and men through their diagnosis, treatment and recovery.
If you would like to make a credit card donation to BCAC, please use the "Click here to donate button" to the right.
Alternatively, payments can be made by direct debit (ASB, Ponsonby, 12-3019-0721100-00) or by sending a cheque to: P O Box 90224, Victoria Street West, Auckland 1142.
We greatly appreciate your involvement and support.
On this page we are proud to list those trusts, individuals and companies who support our organisation.
We welcome your interest in becoming a sponsor of BCAC. Please join our team so we can work together to make a difference for all New Zealanders touched by breast cancer.
BCAC is willing to discuss with any company or individual the development of concepts and opportunities to both support our coalition and provide meaningful projects with which you can be aligned.
If you would like to know more about BCAC and how you can work with us, please email us.
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Below we have listed some of the major organisations providing help, information and support for women with breast cancer in New Zealand.
You may also want to check out our full list of member groups for more organisations committed to assisting women with breast cancer on a more local level.
The internet offers a vast amount of information about breast cancer and this in itself can be confusing, daunting and even frustrating!
Information sourced on the internet is not a substitute for the advice and help of your medical specialists so it's always a good idea to discuss information you have found with your medical team.
Below are some useful, reliable and accurate websites you might like to visit for further information on breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, care, and support.