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01 Nov 2023

TAB goes pink in new partnership with McGrath Foundation

TAB is proud to support the McGrath Foundation in their mission to ensure that no one goes through breast cancer without the care of a breast care nurse in Australia.

TAB will partner with the McGrath Foundation for the next 3 years and to celebrate the new partnership, TAB will donate $2000 every time a female jockey or trainer wins during this year’s Spring Carnival.

The TAB Marquee at Flemington will be ‘pretty in pink’ on Saturday 11th November, TAB Champions Stakes Day to mark the partnership and in attendance will be the McGrath Foundation team including Holly Masters CEO and Tracy Bevan, Ambassador and Director.

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer for women in Australia, and more than 20,000 people are diagnosed each year.

TAB Chief Customer Officer Jenni Barnett said TAB was proud to partner with the McGrath Foundation to help fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses breast cancer nurses who provide invaluable care and support to people experiencing breast cancer.

“The McGrath Foundation does remarkable work in providing McGrath Breast Care Nurses to help patients and their families across Australia. We are incredibly proud to a make a commitment to play a role in ensuring the Foundation can support more people.’’

“57 Australians are diagnosed with breast cancer every day. That highlights just how important the work of the McGrath Foundation is. We all have been touched by what breast cancer can do to our families, friends and loved ones and we are honoured to partner with the McGrath Foundation to further their outstanding contribution.”

“The McGrath Foundation’s mission is to ensure that no person goes through breast cancer without the care of a breast care nurse and TAB wants to play our part in ensuring this becomes a reality.”

McGrath Foundation CEO, Holly Masters said: “We are thrilled that TAB has committed to a three-year partnership which will enable us to support more families through breast cancer as we work towards our goal of 250 nurses by 2025.”