(0 Items - $0.00)
Your Shopping Cart
Subtotal: $0.00
Your cart is empty!

Events

Kokoda - Adventure Beyond Limits

Want to turn your BIG scary dreams into REALITY and support Women's Cancer Foundation at the same time?

Join Donna, an inspiring speaker, author, blogger, humanitarian, crazy runner, marathoner, and adventure coach on her 2017 challenge - 16-week training starts 9 Jan.

Read on ...

Latest News

September is Gynae Cancer Awareness Month!

Did you know there are five different types of gynae cancer? Did you know each one has different symptoms and risk factors?

DON’T WORRY, you’re not alone if you answered no and no!

Read on ...

Get Involved

Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved

From cheering people on at a race to helping promote an event. Our volunteers come from all walks of life but they all share the same goal – to assist however they can in the fight against ovarian cancer.

Please help us raise the much needed funds required to continue important ovarian cancer research.

DONATE
Notice Under the Fundraising Act 1998: In accordance with the conditions of its registration under the Fundraising Act, Women's Cancer Foundation declares that:
  1. Women's Cancer Foundation estimates that not more than 40 percent of funds donated to Women's Cancer Foundation will be distributed to the beneficiaries.
  2. Women's Cancer Foundation estimates that not more than 40 percent of the total proceeds from the purchase of any products offered for sale will be distributed to the beneficiaries.
1 in 70 women will develop ovarian cancer There are no early detection tests for ovarian cancer 2 out of 3 women diagnosed will die from ovarian cancer
About WCF

The Women's Cancer Foundation was established in 1996 to raise funds for research into ovarian cancer.

MORE
Research

Research is time consuming, expensive, demanding and a team effort. The WCF continually strive to make a difference that will be long lasting.

MORE
Someone's Mother, Sister, Daughter, Aunt, Wife
2 out of 3 women diagnosed with ovarian cancer will die.
Help us turn the tide.