Beating breast cancer together

Established in 1995, the Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit, charity organisation which is 100% self-funded. We support breast cancer patients and their families from diagnosis, through treatment and during recovery.

The Foundation raises funds for the Breast Unit at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse.

Ladies Lunch 2018: Thank you for helping us raise $100,000! News

Ladies Lunch 2018: Thank you for helping us raise $100,000!

We are delighted to announce that this year’s Ladies Lunch exceeded our expectations and we have raised a net profit of $100,000 – the highest amount raised at our Ladies Lunch to date!

Volunteering with SBCF News

Volunteering with SBCF

Maureen and Edith manage the merchandise for Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation and use their stall as a way to connect with people living with cancer. Edith says; “it’s not about how much money we make. It’s more about the exposure, talking to people and raising awareness that we see as important”.

Understanding lymphoedema News

Understanding lymphoedema

Lymphoedema is a potential side effect of breast cancer treatments like surgery and radiotherapy. It’s the name for swelling and discomfort in the body due to damage to or removal of the lymph nodes. 

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