Cancer Australia has awarded four new Ralph Lauren Pink Pony seeding grants to community organisations to support women with breast cancer in their communities.
The Ralph Lauren Pink Pony seeding grants provide funding to support community based organisations to implement initiatives that aim to improve access to quality information, support and services for women with breast cancer in Australia.
Cancer Australia received a number of innovative applications for funding for the seeding grants from a diverse range of community groups across Australia.
Congratulations to the following applicants who have been successfully awarded funding in this year’s grant round.
- Supprt4Cancer: Exploring male partner’s unmet supportive care needs project.
- Cancer Council Tasmania: Pilates (Pink) project.
- Anti-Cancer Council Victoria: Improving women’s access to appropriate face-to-face support groups project.
- Dandenong Ranges Music Council: Breast Beaters project.
More information on the projects funded in this year’s grant round is available on the Cancer Australia website.
Details of how to apply for future rounds of Ralph Lauren Pink Pony seeding grants will be announced in early 2015.