Bands, a barbecue and a monster raffle will highlight this year’s third annual Pink-
The Trafalgar-based event will be held on Saturday, 18 March in the Trafalgar Public Hall and aims to raise $5000.
In the last two years, Pink-
The fundraiser was started by the family and friends of Newborough woman Megan McCabe, who lost her battle with breast cancer aged 33 in
Megan’s eldest son Harry, who is now in year seven at
They will support the main performance by local band Psychedelic Fugitives.
According to the
“This year we’ve changed it up a bit and moved the event from Trafalgar Holden Museum to the public hall to create a music-based event the whole family can enjoy,”
“It will be fun with a purpose, as we’re raising money for a very important cause – to help find a cure for the horrible disease that has devastated my family and so many others around the world.
“One in eight Australian women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. It’s so important we do what we can to help find a cure.”
Entry to the event is $5.
Children under 12 can attend for free.
All money raised will got to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
People are encouraged to go along dressed in pink, with prizes awarded for best dressed.
For further details or to make a donation, email Bree McCabe at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trafalgar Public Hall is located at 32 Contingent Street, Trafalgar.