This year she will host her very first Pink Ribbon Morning Tea to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Foundation Australia.
She has been inspired to do something and it was lovely to share her story and hear about her special little event.
You can support Audrey with donations to
Breast cancer facts and figures
- Every day in Australia, more than 30 women discover they have breast cancer.
- Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women aged over 35 years — 29% of all cancers diagnosed.
- 9 out of 10 women who get breast cancer do not have a family history of the disease.
- About 1 in 10 women in NSW will develop breast cancer by age 74 years.
- The average age of diagnosis of breast cancer in women is 59 years.
- Currently in Australia, 100,000 women, their families and friends have had to cope or are still coping with a diagnosis of breast cancer and its consequences.
- Breast cancer is the most common cause of death from cancer in Australian women.
- Women aged 50–69 who have a breast screen every 2 years can reduce their chance of dying from breast cancer by at least 30 per cent.