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Breast Cancer Support Northland Trust invites you, your family and friends to their Mid-Winter Xmas Get-Together & Lunch
When: Saturday 28th July 2018, 11am
Where: Whangarei Cruising Club Rooms, Kissing Point
To assist with catering, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th July with numbers attending.
The Bar will be open for purchasing drinks, your Xmas lunch is complimentary.
If you would like to take part in our Secret Santa, please bring along a small gift valued approximately $5 to pop into Santas Xmas sack. If you wish your child/children to receive a gift from Santa, bring along a gift clearly marked with your child's name.
And--- Don't forget to bring along a few coins to buy some raffle tickets!!
BREAST CANCER SUPPORT NORTHLAND TRUST
Ph: 0800 227 687
Christchurch Group Meeting - Breast Cancer Support (BCS)
When: 26 June (fourth Tuesday of the month) at 7 pm (please confirm date with BCS)
Where: Canterbury Cancer Society, 97 Fitzgerald Ave, Christchurch
BCS has a number of community support groups for people diagnosed with breast cancer which meet regularly throughout the year from February to November. There are eight groups in the Auckland area, along with groups operating in Levin and two in the Christchurch area. One-to-one peer support is also available in many areas. To find out when these groups meet or more about them please visit the BCS website.
You can contact them on 0800 272 222 or via email email@example.com
You are invited to register to attend the upcoming webinar, Young Women and Breast Cancer, presented by the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (BCFNZ) with Claire Thompson, Madeline Cooper and Judith Jamieson.
When: Tuesday 22 May 2018
Time: 7-8 pm
Duration: 60 minutes
Where: Online – wherever you like!
To register, click here.
Meet your panel
Claire Thompson is one of BCFNZ’s affiliated counsellors and has 18 years professional experience. Claire has worked with many women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Madeline Cooper was diagnosed with breast cancer in her 20s and will share her experience of life as a young woman with breast cancer.
Judith Jamieson is a senior HR executive who is now working as a leadership coach across New Zealand. Judith will be discussing career considerations, financial stability and how to have difficult conversations with your employer.
What will you get out of this session?
Are you under 40 and dealing with breast cancer? You may feel isolated - coping with breast cancer as a young woman can present unique challenges.
This webinar is your chance to hear from and talk to a panel of experts about dealing with: career change, financial management, body image adjustment, how to maintain relationships and the associated emotional challenges
The last 15 minutes of the session will take the form of a Q&A, where the experts answer your most pressing questions.
BCFNZ look forward to you joining them online. Click here to register.