Currajong Disability Services (CDS) celebrated Pink Ribbon Day last week and raised funds for women’s cancer at the same time. Pink Ribbon Day is a regular event on the CDS calendar. “It was a great day and everyone really got involved and supported it,” said Dane Millerd, Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator.
“Pink Ribbon day allows us all to recognise and support the special women in our lives who have been touched by cancer – they are our mothers, sisters, grandmothers and daughters and it’s important we all rally around them.”
Every day in Australia about 50 women are told they have breast or a gynaecological cancer. Sadly, every day around 12 Australian women will die from a women’s cancer.