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Friends of the Foundation

The Women's Cancer Foundation is committed to partnering with a number of organisations, individuals and community groups, to increase awareness of ovarian cancer in the community and raise the much needed funds for research.

We would like to recognise and thank the following companies, individuals and groups for their exceptional contribution and ongoing commitment to the Foundation. We are extremely grateful for the support provided as without this support, we would not be able to continue the work of the Foundation, and ultimately save women’s lives.

If your organisation is interested in partnering with the Women's Cancer Foundation, we have a range of partnership options available, from sponsoring events and volunteering to donation of services.

For more information, please go to our contact page or email our Fundraising & Events Manager directly.

Country Golf Days

For over 15 years Jim Fidge and Peter Barnet have worked tirelessly to raise funds for ovarian cancer research on behalf of the Women’s Cancer Foundation. Through the creation of the annual Barwon Heads & Shepparton Golf Days, they have together raised over a quarter of a million dollars towards research and awareness.  We are grateful and proud to have the support of such amazing men, and the support of all who attend and donate on the day.  An outstanding achievement.

Lyn's Lunch Inc

Lyn’s Lunch Inc was formed after the passing of Lyn McPherson from ovarian cancer, and as of 2015 this dedicated and hardworking group of Lyn's friends has now raised approximately $200,000 for ovarian cancer research. The committee's tireless work to raise funds and awareness of ovarian cancer for WCF is very much appreciated, and has made a huge impact on our extremely successful Research Nurse Program, as per Lyn's wishes.  We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with this remarkable group of committed women for many more years to come.
Visit www.lynslunch.org.au

Scotch Notch Club

The Scotch Notch Club, guided by the inimitable Lorraine Angel, is a social club that was initially formed to promote women in square trotting.  With membership money and raffles, they provide rugs and trophies for races in all states, all whilst also tirelessly raising thousands of dollars for the Women’s Cancer Foundation.
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/pages/Scotch-notch-club/269672849807806

St Kevin’s Old Boys

St Kevin’s Old Boys Football Club is a valued supporter, hosting fundraising lunches for the Women’s Cancer Foundation in order to support our Research Nurse Program.  The Team also attends our annual fun run/walk, We Can Walk it Out, and take the opportunity to use this time to do their time trials, as part of their training program. We welcome all Clubs to come along and thank the St Kevin’s Old Boys for their continued support. For more information on the club, visit: www.skobfc.com.au

Marie Brereton Designs

Scuttle Clothing Pty Ltd was established in 1975 by Managing Director Marie Brereton. The company has since grown to be a major force in hospitality, corporate and college uniforms with a reputation for quality goods, practical designs and great customer service. Marie herself has been a long-time supporter of the Women’s Cancer Foundation, through the provision of wholesale clothing and merchandise for a range of our events and we sincerely thank Marie and her team for all their hard work and support of the Foundation.
For more information on Marie Brereton Designs, visit: www.scuttle.com.au

Small Studios

Start your design adventure with an award-winning agency, specialising in graphic design, website design, web development, UX design and digital strategy. We sincerely appreciate the assistance Small Studios provides to the Women’s Cancer Foundation by not only meeting our creative needs, but also by reducing fees on all graphic design to aid the Foundation. 
For more information, visit www.smallstudio.com.au

Click here to see a list of our Corporate Partners


2 out of 3 women diagnosed with ovarian cancer will die.
Help us turn the tide.