“Coffee for a Cause” at Whisk & Co.
Our Chair Scott and beautiful Jo, kicking off “Coffee for a Cause” with Danny from Whisk & Co. Grab your friends and head to Lenah Valley for some good grub and coffee. To donate head to our donation page or click on the donate button on our Facebook page.Read More
JackJumpers help Tassie Turn Teal for Ovarian Cancer Support!
S.H.E is so excited to announce that the Tasmania Jack Jumpers’ next home game at MyState Bank Arena on February 28 will be the club’s ‘Teal Game’ supporting S.H.E This article was originally published by the Tasmania Jack Jumpers. You can access it in full here The club will hold a range of fundraising and…Read More
ABC Interview with Joel Rheinberger – Survivors Teaching Students
Learning to be a doctor is an arduous road, where you have to absorb thousands of dry facts. A good case study can make medicine much easier to understand. So in a program coming to UTAS, survivors of ovarian and gynaecological cancers will be presenting their stories to medical students. Helen Gooden is the National…Read More
S.H.E Funds Survivors Teaching Students Program® in Tasmania
S.H.E is delighted to announce our support in funding the delivery of the Survivors Teaching Students Program® led by ANZGOG and the University of Tasmania. This article was originally published by ANZGOG. You can access it here Survivors of ovarian and other gynaecological cancers from across the state are set to bravely share their very…Read More
Sandy Bay Lions Junior Football Club Fundraiser!
Sandy Bay Lions Junior Football Club has done an amazing job supporting our valuable work at SHE in creating awareness of gynaecological cancers.Read More
Jo’s Dream Dinner
Tasmanian patient Jo Harris keeps inspiring women (& us at SHE) with her dedication to ensure her story and awareness of Ovarian Cancer is spread far and wide. We are grateful for Jo (& Scott) for the article written in today’s Mercury newspaper. We want to keep our focus and follow Jo’s dedication to raising…Read More