Gaining knowledge........changing lives!


Reducing the burden of breast
cancer through research.

You can help make a difference.

LATEST NEWS.....   Sponsored Walk supporting Pink & Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Trust

Our PINC cancer rehabilitation Physio will guide, support and encourage you through each PINC NEXT STEP class. Exercises are adapted within each class to suit your individual needs. The classes can be started at any level of fitness as the period of exercise and rest are adapted as fitness, strength and stamina improve. Each session finishes with a yoga relaxation sequence to restore a sense of calm and confidence, and includes an opportunity to reflect on your journey and be inspired by your own progress.

PINC NEXT STEPS benefits participants whether they attend one week or 10 years after their cancer treatment. NEXT STEPS is an enjoyable way for you to give your health the priority it deserves.

You can enrol for the PINC rehabilitation programme and PINC NEXT STEPS classes at

PINC and STEEL River Walk – Sunday 21 August @ 9.00am

You are invited to join us for a 5km sponsored river walk at 9.00am on August the 21st, starting at Matakanohi Reserve, Beerescourt. Register for this walk using the link below:

Funds raised will be used to support local women and men through the PINC and STEEL programmes. There is a sponsorship form attached that you can download for sponsors to fill in. A give a little page has also been created at:

If you would like to support us but are unable to attend the walk there will be pink shoe laces available to purchase from Anglesea Clinic Physiotherapy. These laces symbolise women with breast cancer taking the first steps on their road to recovery. We hope to see a bright show of pink laces as a visible sign of public support around the Waikato. If you have any queries please feel free to contact me.

We hope to see you there,
Kind regards,
Renee Wood (NZRP) PINC Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist and Lymphoedema Trained Physiotherapist
Anglesea Clinic Physiotherapy
Phone: 07 858 0788



    Hansa Chippers - Waikato Breast Cancer Trust
         Fundraiser 'Pinky' Winner!
HUGE congratulations to Faye Thornton from Cambridge for winning 'pinky'! A breast cancer survivor herself Faye is a deserving winner. Pinky - the Hansa C7 chipper will be a great asset for her property.
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But they were not the only winners, $7,500 raised from the fundraiser has gone directly to the Waikato Breast Cancer Trust (WBCT) - funding potentially life-saving research which could one day help your mum, your sister, your friend, or your daughter.
Thanks very much for all the generous donations!



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Support our local businesses

We have 3 new local businesses who have partnered with us to raise funds for our breast cancer research. Please support them - click on each for more details.

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Mexicali Fresh

Fresh is best weekly specials
Waikato Breast Cancer Trust is the chosen charity for The Great NZ Food Show
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We are thrilled to announce that Precious Metals are hosting a Pink Brunch in support of Waikato Breast Cancer Trust on Sunday 11 September. Tickets are limited so be in quick for a fun and exciting morning.
Click on the poster for more information

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2015/16 Entertainment books/ Digital Membership now available to pre-order

Order now and receive Early bird offers

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$60 for over $20,000 value
$12 from each book or digital membership ordered goes to Waikato Breast Cancer Trust


The Waikato Treasure Chests is a Dragon Boat team that is made up of breast cancer survivors and supporters (family and friends).  Members come from a large range of ages - spanning 35 years.

The goal is about providing breast cancer survivors with the opportunity to lead full and active lives regardless of their sporting ability.
Any survivors or supporters that are interested in joining the team should contact Dallas Honey - President, phone 07 8465363.

Training is at the Hamilton Lake, Innes Common Thursday nights at 5pm.  For more information visit the Waikato Treasure Chests website.

(for a full list of all our sponsors see our sponsors page)

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