Proudly supporting Breast Cancer Care WA
Lifestyle Fifty Purple BraDay

Lifestyle Fifty Purple BraDay  

Supporting Breast Cancer Care WA in Purple Bra Day
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Why I am supporting Breast Cancer Care WA

My Story

I'm Jo from Lifestyle Fifty, a blog for women over fifty which encourages women to look great, feel great and have adventures as they get older. Sometimes though, for some women life can get really tough, and Breast Cancer Care WA does such a great job in supporting women with breast cancer. I'm sure we all know someone? I am taking part in Purple Bra Day to raise much needed funds for Breast Cancer Care WA. Their work is really important, and I want to do what I can to help. But there is only so much I can do on my own. You can help too, by donating to my page. Any amount you can give makes a difference! You can also support me by encouraging others to get involved, too. Please email the link to my page to your friends and family, or share it on social media. Thank you for your generosity and support -- it means a lot to me. Hugs, Jo at Lifestyle Fifty (

About Purple Bra Day

Every year the streets of WA turn purple as heroes take up the challenge to wear the iconic purple bra on the outside of their clothes to raise funds to support Western Australians affected by breast cancer. The day is all about having fun, raising funds and showing that you are breast aware!

Participants simply register to take part, a free ‘one size fits all’ purple bra is sent out to those that are fundraising and the bra is worn OVER your clothes for your fundraising.

With the support of the Western Australian community and workplaces we aim to “raise the bra” this year… but we need your help!

About my cause: Breast Cancer Care WA

Breast Cancer Care WA provides personalised emotional, practical and financial support and care to people affected by breast cancer.

This includes men with breast cancer, carers and family who have their own challenges and needs through the experience.

Thanks to the generosity of the Western Australian community, all services are free of charge and tailored to meet the needs of each individual.

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