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Dr Lyn Riley joins the Board

The Foundation is very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Lyn Riley to the board. An amazing woman and leader Lynette Riley is a Wiradjuri and Gamilaroi woman. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in the University of Sydney, Sydney School of Education and Social Work. Lynette has more [...]

2020-08-23T10:10:58+10:00August 22nd, 2020|

Baby arrives for Dr Chantel Thornton

The Foundation has a new family member... Congratulations to our board member Dr Chantel Thornton and her husband Srecko on the birth of the beautiful baby boy.. Thornton Felix Lorbeck

2020-06-08T12:56:48+10:00June 8th, 2020|


The Foundation is pleased to announce that is has formed a partnership with Erilan. You can help us give back to Australian women in need as Erilan will donate $1 from every order to the Foundation Erilan believes you don’t need to compromise on feminine or comfortable lingerie and clothing after breast [...]

2020-05-17T15:16:22+10:00May 17th, 2020|

Foundation news

Since 2014 the Foundation for Breast Cancer Care has been supporting high quality, decentralised breast cancer management throughout Australia. We have a particular focus on rural and remote Australia, and women at risk in both urban and rural and regional Australia. Our causes include service to women at risk as [...]

2019-10-05T13:56:14+10:00October 5th, 2019|

The Pink Cutting-Cutting 4 Cancer

On Saturday 21st Sept 2019 a fundraiser will be held @ Tatura Park, Tatura, Victoria. Money raised will go towards closing the gap on breast cancer care. More details to come.

2019-07-21T13:31:12+10:00July 21st, 2019|

Classic Ladies Foundation Fundraiser

> The Classic Ladies Foundation has chosen the FFBCC as their 2019 charity. But tickets online and help close the gap in breast cancer care

2018-12-14T14:51:24+10:00December 14th, 2018|

Raising awareness, building trust and improving outcomes for Aboriginal women;stage 1

The Foundation and The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health will partner with one Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service (ACCHSs) to develop a map of the healthcare pathways for breast cancer screening,diagnosis,treatment and long term care. This map would be designed such that it could be adapted to other settings and [...]

2018-12-02T10:12:34+10:00December 2nd, 2018|