News & Media

The Hutchins School Year 12 Run-a-ton 2023

We are so grateful for being the chosen charity of the Year 12 Run-a-thon 2023. What an achievement for these boys during the 12-hour Run-a-thon! Click on this link if you'd like to donate.

Read the article on Pulse Hobart here.


Dry July - Willie Smith's partnership with S.H.E

We are very grateful for Willie Smith's partnership with us at S.H.E during Dry July with their very own Non-Alc cider.

$10 from every case sold online at will go directly to S.H.E to support Tasmanians who have been diagnosed with gynaecological cancers and their families.

On behalf of Willie Smith we'd like to say "Cheers for supporting a great cause!"


Significant step forward for Wellness Centre

We're pleased to see the Tasmanian Government, Peter McCallum Cancer Centre and University of Tasmania join us in a partnership to progress our vision for a Wellness Centre in Tasmania. 

In a first for the state, the Wellness Centre will deliver world-leading cancer treatment and best practice recovery support

Read the media release from Premier Jeremy Rockliff.

Bold campaign to raise awareness

S.H.E. gynaecological cancer group has partnered with Brooke St Pier, Mona Roma ferries and Derwent Ferries in a bold campaign to raise awareness of cancers of the female reproductive organs.

Banners and flyers will be put up in Brooke St Pier from today (17 February), and the Mona Roma ferries will carry eye-catching coasters from early next week. Employees on the Mona Roma and Derwent ferries will also wear caps to raise awareness.

SHE media release_Brooke St Pier

It’s better to ask too many questions than not enough!

Great article in The Age talking about Ovarian Cancer signs and symptoms

“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.

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…

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…

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…

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.