• Trek El Camino to support NZ women living with breast cancer The NZBCF is taking its Pink Ribbon Trek to Spain, to walk the ancient El Camino de Santiago. From Sarria to Santiago, you'll trek under the shade of old oak trees and through peaceful hamlets, following the footsteps of pilgrims, Romans, and the Knights Templar. Best of all, with every step you'll raise vital funds to prevent women developing and dying from breast cancer. Find out more.
• Pink Ribbon Breakfasts are back! In 2015 over 2,600 kiwis hosted Pink Ribbon Breakfasts and raised over a million dollars for breast cancer research. You can host your breakfast at home, work, school, or even take over the man cave, or head along to your favourite participating cafe or restaurant. It's great to have Kiwi Bacon back for a second year, and new sponsor Meadow Mushrooms joining the team. Let's make 2016 bigger and pinker than ever before! Register now.
• Announcing our new schools collaboration This year, the NZBCF will collaborate with high schools to deliver breast health education to young women in years 12 and 13. Our aim is to communicate healthy lifestyle and breast awareness messages as well as sharing with the students the important work we do as an organisation. Register your school.
• Charity cricket match a huge success! A huge thank you to everyone who got behind the charity curtain-raiser at the NZ White Ferns T20 match. Sarah "Hilly"Loghnane-Hill rustled up past and present Wellington Blaze players from around New Zealand & across the Tasman to support one of their own, Margaret "Squirty" Presland, who was diagnosed last year. With the support of Wellington Cricket & other generous donors, they raised $16,000 for the NZBCF!