Pink Bubble - message • Breast Cancer Foundation NZ

Messages from our community

We are touched by the love and support shown by our pink bubble community. Thanks to everyone who has donated. View the Pink Bubble

  • Derek

    Auckland

    Donated $60
    I on behalf of my Wife who has Cancer, will never be able to thank those dedicated people who help All in need
  • Anonymous

    Takapau

    It is possibly the best cause to donate to. All women deserve to be breast cancer free.
  • Kaye

    Kaitaia

    Donated $15
    So many have been helped by breast screening. Staff are so caring during scary time. Thankyou.
  • lynn

    AUCKLAND

    Donated $100
    Delighted to support you, what a fabulous support system you offer us all. THANKYOU for being there.
  • Anonymous

    Auckland

    Keep up the wonderful work you are doing in the community!!
  • Michele

    Greytown

    With two sisters affected by breast cancer, this is research that i fully support
  • Jules

    Wellington

    Donated $10
    Supporting in recognition of all my friends who have or have been are affected by breast cancer.
  • Michelle

    Auckland

    Donated $40
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  • Steve

    Auckland

    Donated $40
    Thanks for the help you gave my wife and other women.
  • Anonymous

    Silverdale

    Our Mums, Mama’s,Nanas,Grandmas,Aunts, Sisters and all those other women and men dear to us can all be a victim to this disease. We must help these professionals to develop a vaccine to fight this cancer. Donate today and help save lives.
  • Anonymous

    Auckland

    Amazing work, thank you all
  • Anonymous

    Christchurch

    Donated $100
    This looks like promising research - thank you for doing what you can to maximise outcomes for breast cancer patients!
  • Anonymous

    Dunedin

    Donated $5
    Nominated for a cause and chose this foundation because I have lost loved ones xx
  • Anonymous

    Sidcup. Kent

    Donated $10
    Keep well Caroline
  • Elizabeth

    Christchurch

    Donated $30
    16 month survivor. Thank you for being there when I needed you.
  • Adrienne

    Taranaki

    Donated $25
    Thanks for all the help and support you give to Breast cancer survivors. A great cause to donate to.
  • ANN H.

    NORTH SHORE

    Donated $25
    Keep up the great work. I am a survivor of 20 years and have been so grateful to you all.
  • Anonymous

    Auckland

    Donated $25
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  • Moya

    Christchurch

    I have stood where you are standing. Through the kindness of family, friends and pink ribbon and the great care of my medical team I am currently cancer-free. But I remember And salute your courage, guts and mana in your fight. Kia kaha
  • Olga

    Auckland

    Donated $40
    Special thoughts to all.
  • Anne

    Allenton

    Donated $30
    Keep up the good work! Anne
  • Louise

    Wellington

    Fantastic work wonderful people!
  • Helen

    Upper Hutt

    Donated $15
    5 year survivor and very thankful for all the help and support from Breast Cancer NZ
  • Anonymous

    Wellington

    Donated $15
    Keep up the great work that you do. Donated because of the pink gum boots and lippy campaign.

Our community needs your help, now more than ever.

Patients and their families are worried about so many things; access to healthcare, changes to treatment and reduced immunity – on top of all the other concerns that come with a breast cancer diagnosis.

However, amongst the fear and uncertainty, the strength and courage of those in our virtual bubble is shining through. Patients are supporting each other on our online community, mybc, and accessing online counselling services. Our team of trained breast nurses are hard at work – reaching more patients than ever on our 0800 advice line, and supporting them through this challenging time. Physiotherapists are adapting to providing their services on video calls.

We need your help to keep these services running and make our pink bubble even stronger. By making a donation, you'll join a community of caring Kiwis who are showing that while we may be stuck in our own bubbles, we can still support others in theirs.