A symbol of survival
BCNA’s Pink Lady first came to life at the inaugural Field of Women in 1998, when 10,000 Pink Lady silhouettes were planted outside Parliament House. A vibrant hot pink was chosen to reflect the strength of women. Since then she has come to represent BCNA.
While many breast cancer organisations are represented by a pink ribbon, our Pink Lady is symbolic of our focus on the people affected by breast cancer, not just the disease.
After creating the first Pink Lady pin in 1999, we were inundated with requests. Many breast cancer survivors told us how they wore their pins with pride. Since then, many others have wanted to wear the Pink Lady pin to show their support for BCNA and people diagnosed with breast cancer.
To mark our 10th anniversary, in 2008 we produced a sparkling Survivor’s Pin, designed especially for breast cancer survivors.
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