WHO - Name, title, location.
Gay Black, Mrs, Newtown, Sydney
WHAT – National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) events, campaigns and celebrations have you been involved in? And for how long?
Register4 launch 2010, Pink Ribbon speaking gigs 2011, Pink Crane launch 2011; Mothers’ Day Classic 2011 - approx. 18 mths.
WHEN - did you first become an NBCF supporter/volunteer and what was your first experience with us?
August 2010 – the launch of Register4
WHERE – Our money goes to Research. Is this important to you? Are you involved in breast cancer research? Has research benefited you personally?
Extremely important. Not involved in research. Yes, in that every advance in research benefits breast cancer sufferers.
HOW - did you become associated with NBCF? Have you ever recruited your friends and families, colleagues and business partner to support NBCF?
Applied for volunteer position for the launch of Register4. Yes, family and friends.
WHY - do you support the National Breast Cancer Foundation?
To help find a cure as quickly as possible
YOUR ACHIEVMENTS - Hours spent volunteering? etc
One day a week for past 18 mths; 6 speeches for the Speakers' Bureau; ½ day Mothers’ Day Classic
MEMORIES – What is your most memorable NBCF experience, event or campaign? Do you have a special moment or occasion?
Being asked to be the NSW Ambassador at the Pink Crane research launch at Westpac in October, 2011.
ARE YOU, A FAMILY MEMBER OR A FRIEND A BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR?
Yes, I am a breast cancer survivor and have a family member and many friends who are also survivors.
THE LAST WORD – A quote or testimonial please about your experiences and association with the National Breast Cancer Foundation
Being a part of the friendly, enthusiastic, professional team at NBCF brings a great deal of joy and purpose to my life which was missing in the past.