Sam's Breasties Brunch

By Sam Ross

Holy guacamole 🥑🥑🥑🥑

We are nearly at $500! Over half way 🤩🦄

Thank you everyone 😊

Please help me make an impact for women with breast cancer

12 months on from a close relative being diagnosed with Breast Cancer, a double mastectomy and many medications and medical appointments later, she is recovering well! But we can't stop fundraising!

Last year we raised $338! Can we make it to $500?

I am wanting to hold a Picnic at Fay Carr Park - Ripley 16/10/2022 at 9:30am for some morning tea, and to enjoy each other's company, the kids can play and we can catch up! Please bring a plate, and friends along too. 

I want a world where there are ZERO deaths from breast cancer. I believe every death from breast cancer is one too many. To achieve this, I’m raising funds for more research. All donations made to this page will help do exactly that. 

Click 'Donate' to make a secure online donation and help me reach my goal. Every donation, big or small, will help me get there. Please donate today.

All donations over $2 are tax-deductible and you will be issued with a tax-deductible receipt via email as soon as you make your donation.

Thank you so much for your support!

My Achievements

Reached 50% of goal

Reached 100% of goal

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Thank you to my Sponsors




Rebekah Kelly




Shveta V

Thank you Sam! Great cause :-*


Divan De Beer


Studio Arcane

Great Cause Sam!!


Katrina Louise James

Thank you for spreading awareness ❤️


Janelle Hutchins

Great cause, good on you Sam for organising!


Alyssa Kelly


Rachel Swain

Great work Sam!! Lots of love from Rach xx


Janice Hallam

Have a great time


Joe James

Well Done Sam xx


Daphne Harry




Julie Mulcahy

Well done Sam, great cause!


Alex Hill


Stephanie Robinson


Kelsey Ball

Great cause, much love.


Brendan Lewington

Happy to donate after all that your mum has endured.



On behalf of Lorna Lane



Congratulations on meeting your goal. Sorry I can’t attend your event but hope you have a lovely morning. My mum was diagnosed 10 years ago so I understand and am grateful for the research that has already been done to assist. 💕🌸


Debbie Harry -clarke