WA Ovarian Cancer High Teal

By WA Ovarian Cancer High Teal

Shine a light on ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer took Kelly Carlton from her family and friends in July 2013 at the age of 43.  

Kelly was well aware of what lay before her when diagnosed just before Christmas 2012 but she was determined to make it her mission to help and support others in the same situation.

In honour and loving memory of Kelly, we are hosting our sixth annual High Teal fundraiser on 18 September 2021 at Willy Creek Pearls - Elizabeth Quay - Perth Western Australia.

For more information and link to purchase tickets go to our Facebook page: (1) WA Ovarian Cancer High Teal | Facebook

Today, four women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

And with only a 46% survival rate, sadly two of these women will not survive.

That’s why I’m raising funds to support women with ovarian cancer now and into the future but funding research at Mater the focuses on improving the ways we diagnose, treat and ultimately prevent Ovarian cancer.

As little as $65 can make a profound impact in caring for people affected by ovarian cancer today, as well as working toward a future of earlier detection, more effective treatments which will ultimately save lives.

My Achievements

Thank you to my Sponsors



In loving memory of Kelly hope my donation will support further research for early detection method of testing.


Jackie North

Thank you to Lynette and everyone involved for your support of this important cause. Together we will make a difference.


Heidi Welsh

Winner of the Auctioned Pearl


Tom Locke

Thanks to Lyn for her kind efforts


Gks Bookkeeping

Hope you have a great day and raise lots of $$


Lynne Darby






Support Genie

Sadly we could not make it to this year OC teal event. We hope & pray for a cure of OC in our lifetime. Keep up the amazing effort Lynnette. Xx


Andrew Scott


Footestar Va Services

In loving memory of Kelly and supporting all women who have been touched by ovarian cancer. Thank you to those who are researching OC for improved treatment, early detection and prevention of OC.


Jan Bowers