For every female who attended a Premier League game on Mother?s Day weekend, TeleChoice and Football NSW donated $5 to NBCF.
703 women attended the six Premier League games over the weekend, which resulted in a donation of over $3,500 to NBCF.
Michelle Schlosz, TeleChoice State Manager NSW/ACT, says it was fantastic to see the local community rally together to raise critical funds for a great cause.
?The money will assist NBCF in furthering their research. More than 13,000 new cases are expected this year, with 95 men also being diagnosed.
?TeleChoice believes in supporting charities that represent the ?People?s Choice?. With the thousands of men and women affected, it is great to be able to donate generously,? said Mrs Schlosz.
Michael Quarmby, Football NSW CEO, says he commends female soccer fans for supporting the Mother?s Day campaign.
?It is great to see a whole community, from grandmothers, mothers, daughters, wives of players and coaches coming together for a unique Mother?s Day,? said Mr Quarmby.
National Breast Cancer Foundation CEO, Sue Murray congratulates TeleChoice and Football NSW for the fundraiser.
?Survival from breast cancer is improving due to better detection and improved treatments which are the result of excellent research. Support from TeleChoice and Football NSW will greatly assist us in our ongoing mission to raise awareness and funds for this disease that continues to impact so many lives,? concluded Ms Murray.