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Jane McGrath Foundation
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"Jane McGrath was only 31 when she was initially diagnosed with breast cancer."
She is survived by her children James, 8, and Holly, 6.
Monday, March 3, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Breast Care Nurses
What is Jane Mcgrath Day
About the Foundation
How Can We Help
What would you get
What You Could Bring to the Community
The Jane McGrath Foundation was first created by Jane and Glenn McGrath a few years after Jane was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2002. This foundation is about is raising awarness and also money to help find a cure for Breast Cancer. Jane died in 2008 at the age of 42. You can contact the foundation on (02) 8962 6100 to find out more information on what they do.
People can become envolved with this foundation by donating money to them or by going to the cricket and supporting the Australian cricket team and also the Jane McGrath foundation
You can help this foundation by selling pink products such as cupcakes, t-shirts or wristbands. You can also help by going around the community with donation boxes to try and raise money and awareness. You can buy Jane Mcgrath Merchandise such as the signed "Baggy Pink". All of the money you spend will go towards the foundation
You would get lots of money in sponsers and donations. Also you will raise awarness of Breast Cancer. People will realise how important foundations like these are for people and families that are going through Breast Cancer. It will give families mental support and help them get through it. You would also recieve the pride that you have raised money for a very deserving cause.
"It was in 2003 when I was re-diagnosed with breast cancer that I realised the importance of having a breast care nurse, something I was fortunate enough to have access to for the first time. Someone who could answer the questions only a nurse could answer whilst also being the support I needed to unload my frustrations and emotions"
Jane McGrath Foundation
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