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You can support Ovarian Cancer Australia by purchasing teal merchandise and shopping with our partners during February.

This year, we are calling on everyone in our community to wear their teal ribbon not just for one day in February, but throughout the whole month.

 Wearing your ribbon every day will start conversations that change lives, it will increase awareness of the disease and it will help raise funds to support people affected by ovarian cancer.

Buy a ribbon now through our website or better yet, head in store to your nearest
Terry White Chemmart to purchase yours and help us turn February teal for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

Find out how our generous partners are getting involved this February and how you can too.

TerryWhite Chemmart

Head in-store to TerryWhite Chemmart for Ovarian Cancer Australia merchandise including ribbons, pens and bracelets.

The partnership between TerryWhite Chemmart and Ovarian Cancer Australia began with Chemmart in 2006. During Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in February, participating TWCM pharmacies hold events and sell selected merchandise to raise funds for Ovarian Cancer Australia.

TWCM pharmacists also play a vital role by knowing the signs and symptoms and offering symptom diaries to any customers who may require one.  More information


Need blinds or shutters? All throughout February, buy any Wynstan product and they’ll make a donation to Ovarian Cancer Australia.

Family is at the heart of Wynstan. Having lost Margaret, the matriarch of the Wynstan family, to ovarian cancer at Christmas in 1994, the Wynstan family know the devastating impact this disease can have. You can lose a mother, a wife, a partner a grandmother or a friend.

Wynstan works with Ovarian Cancer Australia to help raise awareness for Australian women living with Ovarian Cancer so that others don’t have to share the same fate as the Wynstan family.  More information

Black Pepper

Black Pepper will donate $10 from the sale of a scarf and a specially designed top to Ovarian Cancer Australia, aiming to raise $100,000. The cotton scarf will retail for $29.99, and the top for $79.99. Pens and ribbons will also be sold in-store during February which is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

Black Pepper will feature four ovarian cancer survivors in a campaign across their 80 stores including their store windows during February 2023 and will be hosting in-store Teal Teas to coincide with Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Visit www.blackpepper.com to find out more.  More information