Pink Hope ambassador and cancer survivor Liana Purser, with Todd and their daughter Rose. Liana spoke about her recent journey with breast cancer. Photo: MEG READ PHOTOGRAPHY

Ladies Day raises more than $4,700 for Pink Hope

July 10, 2019 BY

BARWON Heads Football & Netball Club’s annual Ladies Day at the weekend raised an impressive $4,700 for the Pink Hope Community Foundation.

Pink Hope ambassador and cancer survivor Liana Purser spoke on Saturday about her recent journey with triple negative breast cancer and touched on the importance of support and having regular check-ups.

Guests enjoyed an afternoon of bubbles, delicious food and games, while a live auction was run by real estate agent Peta Walter, from local sponsor Bellarine Property.

“To all the women that came along and spent the day with us, raising not only much needed funds but, awareness for breast and ovarian cancer we would that to say THANK YOU!” organisers said.

“Without you none of it would have been possible.

“We would also like to thank the amazing businesses who donated to our live auction and raffle, we couldn’t thank you enough.”

For those who don’t know much about Pink Hope, they are a breast and ovarian preventative health hub, working to ensure every individual can assess, manage and reduce their risk of breast and ovarian cancer, while providing personalised support to atrisk women.

If you would like to still donate to the cause, head to https://give.everydayhero.com/au/bhfncladies- day

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