Contact the Family and Friends of Mary Lakey who are continuing her fight by ....
Emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask to join our Facebook group at Mary Lakey "Memorata in aeternum"
Learn more about Ovarian Cancer at http://www.ovariancancer.net.au/
Make a real difference by contributing to Teal Circle: http://www.materfoundation.org.au/events-campaigns/feel-teal
Contact the Mater Foundation in regards to Ovarian Cancer Education, Research and
Fundraising at http://www.materfoundation.org.au/who-we-are
Teal for Grandma:
Danielle Brown has formed a group in honour of her Grandmother Mrs Moyah Teys who lost her battle with Ovarian Cancer in 2009. Danielle lives and organizes events in Toowoomba. For further information contact Danielle Brown by email at email@example.com
The Teal Brick Road: http://www.thetealbrickroad.com/
The Teal Brick Road was founded by Tamieka Mannell, who was diagnosed with Ovarian cancer aged 23. The purpose of The Teal Brick Road is to raise awareness of the disease, support those who have been affected both directly and indirectly, and to raise money for research, treatment, and in a perfect world, an early detection test.
They want all women to know the symptoms and risks of ovarian cancer, to know what questions to ask of GP’s, have access to information and support groups, the ability to contact fellow patients and survivors, and to never walk the road alone.
Working closely with the Mater Hospital in Brisbane, The Teal Brick Road has a committee comprising of well known Brisbane based business women who have all been touched by Ovarian cancer and have strong passion for fundraising, which directly supports the Ovarian cancer Research Department of the Mater
Katherine Brown: At 22 years old, Katherine Brown had the world at her feet; she had moved out of home and started her dream job as a teacher working in a small country town. Then she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. This year Katherine celebrates 6 years cancer free, now teaching in the metropolitan area, while still working hard with a great band of supporters to raise awareness of ovarian cancer, as well as raise funds for research, especially research to find an early detection test ... Katherine writes "Ovarian cancer doesn't discriminate against age or anything and there is still no early detection test".
If you would like to support Katherine in her fundraising efforts please contact the Mater Foundation at (07) 3163 8000
Katherine's next event is Afternoon Tea in the palatial marquee at Victoria Park Golf Course on Saturday 7th May. What a beautiful way to celebrate Mothers Day.