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Mother's Day Classic 2020

How are you making Mother’s Day mean more? Join thousands of Australians nation-wide who will be walking, running, fundraising, donating or volunteering to raise awareness and funds for critical breast cancer research projects.


Donating to the National
Breast Cancer Foundation


Donated over 20 years


Runners and walkers
participated since 1998

Since 1998, the Mother’s Day Classic has raised an incredible $37.05 million and funded 70 breast cancer research projects across Australia. Research has made a real impact with the 5 year survival rate increasing from 76% to 91%. But there is still more work to be done as eight women – our mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts and friends – are still losing their lives to breast cancer each day. We need your support now more than ever!

Register now before early-bird prices end!

Make Mother’s Day Mean More

This year, we are encouraging Australian’s to make Mother’s Day mean more than just breakfast in bed. Your participation in the Mother’s Day Classic is giving hope to the 53 Australians diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia every day. Our goal is to raise over $3 million in 2020 so that we can continue to fund vital research projects. We can’t do it without you.

Walk, run, fundraise, donate or volunteer – there are so many ways to get involved. Make Mother’s Day mean more for you, your friends and family by supporting a cause that affects us all whilst having a fun day out.


Raising funds for research

All donations and proceeds from fundraising go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, a 100% community funded organisation. Since 1998 the Mother’s Day Classic has raised $37.05 million, funding research that has made a real difference to the lives of those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Get involved by holding a regional event!

In 2019, we ran almost 100 Mother’s Day Classic events around the country! Hosting a Mother’s Day Classic event is a wonderful way to show support and solidarity to those in the community dealing with breast cancer.