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Actively Pink

BCNA is inviting health, fitness and wellness facilities to promote and participate in Actively Pink - a fundraising campaign supporting Australians affected by breast cancer.

Actively Pink provides both individuals and groups the opportunity to be active and 'move for a cause'! You can participate in Actively Pink for a day or a week of your choice this year. It's fun, easy and brings people together in a positive way. 

How you can get 'Actively Pink' 

Please register online to set up your online fundraising page and receive a complimentary Actively Pink event host kit.

For further enquiries please contact:

Once registered, BCNA will send you a free support kit that includes:

  • 10 pack of BCNA pink balloons
  • 50 Pink Lady silhouettes
  • 2 x proudly supporting BCNA posters
  • digital posters and social media imagery to share promoting your support
  • a donation tin.

We encourage you to be as creative as you can with your own pink theming too!

Pink kettle bell near to running shoes with pink laces

Actively Pink fundraising ideas:

  • Fundraise as part of a special event day/open day
  • Offer special Actively Pink - themed group fitness classes - dress up/donate
  • Host a 'train the trainer' auction
  • Sell Pink Lady silhouettes for $2 donation and write a message of support for display on a wall or window
  • Bring a friend week, day or class - $2 donation
  • Host an Actively Pink morning tea in club
  • Set a group challenge to sign up for in club - 100km in a day on a special 'pink' treadmill  or exercise bike
  • Share your activities and events on socials with #ActivelyPink and tag @bcnapinklady

Once you've got your fundraiser sorted, you can also support your clients affected by breast cancer by recommending key BCNA publications, including: 

You can also refer them onto the entire suite of BCNA booklets and fact sheets

Register now for Actively Pink and have fun, be active and raise funds to help BCNA support Australians affected by breast cancer.