We at the Charity always feel very blessed at being able to cross paths with some absolutely amazing, inspirational women. Every woman is on her own journey and each handles their situation differently. But one thing is for sure, they are all special and we love getting to know them. They inspire us every day, we learn from them always and it is an absolute honour and privillege to share this part of their lives with them.
Naomi-Leigh’s positive attitude and sense of self preservation facing this situation to me was beyond admirable. A strength I longed to replicate, but as a passenger, it’s hard to fight the feeling of helplessness. Whilst Naomi-Leigh had spent some time here growing up, we had been living in the Hawkesbury only two and a half years at the time of...Read All
My name is Margaret and I am 66 years old. I was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 years ago – just before Christmas. A friend of mine told me to get in touch with the Pink Finss Charity and I am so glad I did. Without their help and support I don’t think I would have made it. Dealing with a mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation causes a lot of...Read All
In January this year I was given the news that no woman wants to receive, I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. They say in life there is a positive side to everything but for a short time I really struggled to believe that, that was until I attended my first support group meeting with the Pink Finns. I can honestly say that my battle wit...Read All