Dialog Box

7 February, parliament house


We were thrilled to have our annual Teal Ribbon Parliamentary Breakfast return to an in-person event at Parliament House during Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

This event is a key moment for us to advocate on behalf of those facing ovarian cancer, secure funding and elevate women's stories to the national agenda.

A full recording of the event is available to watch and includes speeches from Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care, The Hon Ged Kearney, Leader of the Opposition, The Hon Peter Dutton, and special guest, Alisi Jack-Kaufusi, diagnosed with ovarian cancer at the age of 24.  

There are many ways to be involved during Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

Make a donation

On 23 February donations will be doubled thanks to our generous matching partners. This means your donation will go twice as far. Donations are critical to ensuring we can continue providing our Support Programs for people impacted by ovarian cancer.

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Host a Teal Tea

A great way to bring people together to share knowledge and stories, it allows for time to really engage in the topic, understand the challenges facing those impacted and ultimately to help by raising funds to support people impacted by ovarian cancer.

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Wear a teal ribbon

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

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Partners in action

We are very grateful to the businesses that support our work. Find out how our generous partners are getting involved in OCAM this February. 

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Ovarian Cancer Australia provides care and support for those affected by ovarian cancer and strives to make ovarian cancer a national priority. Importantly, we advocate for increased sector funding to enable delivery of the key priority areas outlined in the National Action Plan.

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