NBCF marks 20 years of impact
2014 marks an important milestone for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. This year we’re commemorating 20 years of funding vital research into the prevention and cure of breast cancer.
Since 1994, we’ve awarded more than $105 million to help fund over 370 Australian-based research projects to improve the health and wellbeing of those affected by breast cancer.
We believe research is the most effective way for us to reach our aspirational goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030. In 1994, 30 per cent of women diagnosed with breast cancer passed away from the disease.
In 20 years, this percentage has halved. We know the work is far from over and we are now committed, and looking forward, to funding vital and innovative cancer research for the future.
We’ve got a big year (and future) ahead of us. Thank you for helping us move one step closer to achieving our aspirational goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.
To read more about achievements in NBCF-funded breast cancer research, please visit Research Achievements.
NBCF Patron Sarah Murdoch
Sarah Murdoch, the patron of the National Breast Cancer Foundation commemorates 20 years of raising funds for breast cancer research and thanks everyone for their support.
NBCF Ambassador Gretel Killeen
Celebrated author, television presenter and ambassador Gretel Killeen says thank you to the National Breast Cancer Foundation for twenty years of funding research for the prevention and cure of breast cancer.
NBCF Ambassador Julia Morris
NBCF Ambassador Shelly Craft
National Breast Cancer Foundation ambassador Shelley Craft helps commemorate our 20th anniversary.
NBCF Ambassador Kate Ceberano
National Breast Cancer Foundation ambassador and multi-award singer and now author Kate Ceberano has filmed a commemorative video for the 20th anniversary of the charity.