The Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition (BCAC) provides a united voice and support for New Zealand women who have experience of breast cancer.

Together, we work to make world-class detection, treatment and care accessible to everyone with breast cancer in Aotearoa.

Formed in 2004, BCAC is run by breast cancer survivors and is an umbrella organisation representing more than 30 breast cancer-related groups.

We provide information, support and representation for those with breast cancer so they can make informed choices about their treatment and care.

We are an incorporated society and at the heart of our organisation is a strong concern and empathy for women and their families who are going through breast cancer.  

If you would like to join with us to help improve breast cancer treatment and care in Aotearoa New Zealand, email us for a group membership form or an individual membership form. Membership of BCAC is free.

If you would like to donate, please click here to go to our donation page. All donations are gratefully received and enable us to continue providing our wide range of services to women and their families.

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