October 2007
Jodie diagnosed with breast cancer at 33 years of age.
June 2010
Pink Finss Charity established with DGR status and with a mission to support, educate and help women diagnosed with breast cancer. 
September 2011
Forged relationship with HRC and held our first PFC Race Day raising $55,000 – now an annual event and our biggest fundraiser.
October 2011
Coffee catch up’s began in local coffee shops.  
May 2012
Support group leader training completed with Cancer Council.
July 2015
Sent ladies to Petrea King’s Quest for Life.
September 2016
Celebrated reaching our fundraising target of $1,000,000.
November 2017
Held our first retreat locally for 12 of our ladies.
March 2017
Held our first Pink Tie Ball at Hawkesbury Race Club.
September 2017
Rebrand of the Pink Finss and expansion to include ALL women’s cancers.
January 2018
Jodie Amor named “Volunteer of the Year” at Hawkesbury’s Australia Day awards.
May 2018
Unveiled Pink Finss rooms at Old Hawkesbury Hospital in Windsor giving Pink Finss a presence in the community and a private space for our ladies.
June 2018
Forged relationship with local BCI and McGrath Breast Care Nurses.
August 2018
Added oncology massage as a service offering and secured our own oncology massage therapist to operate out of our rooms.
January 2019
Jodie named “Women of the West” through University of Western Sydney.
August 2019
Appointment of first employee, Kym Burton.
September 2019
Celebrated reaching our fundraising target of $2,000,000.
January 2020
Pink Finss Charity named “Community Organisation of the Year” at Hawkesbury’s Australia Day awards.
March 2020
Over 260 women and families reached.
March 2020
Advisory Board established.
June 2020
Celebrating 10 years of the Pink Finss Charity. 
July 2020
First carer’s support group meeting.
September 2020
Jodie’s 10km’s a day for 10 days raising $55,000 (in lieu of race day).
October 2020
Hawkesbury Living Cancer Trust partnership and commitment to funding over a 5 year period.
January 2021
Established Pink Finss Social Committee.
May 2021
First “lunch at the shed” event raising $23,000 and launching affiliation with Love Your Warrior’s “Pink Finss” gift boxes.
September 2021
Jodie’s 11km’s a day for 11 days raising $75,000 (in lieu of race day).
November 2021
Launch of $100,000 palliative care initiative.
January 2022
Celebrated reaching our fundraising target of $3,000,000.
March 2022
Over 362 women and families reached.
June 2022
Launch of expansion of service offering to help women and men diagnosed with cancer.
October 2022
Jodie Amor named Westfield Penrith Local Hero winning $20,000 for the Pink Finss Charity
June 2023
Introduction of Pink Finss van "Matilda" which is now used to transport our clients to treatment and medical appointments..

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