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Amanda Branley


raised so far


of $4,500 goal

I'm Frocking Up to raise funds for Australia's most lethal gynaecological cancer - ovarian cancer. The five-year survival rate for ovarian cancer in Australia is just 48%, meaning those diagnosed get less than half a chance of surviving five years from their diagnosis. I want to help change the statistics and give those diagnosed with ovarian cancer a greater chance of survival. Research is the answer. Frocktober supports the OCRF - the leading non-government funder of ovarian cancer research in Australia.

Please help me support the vital work of the OCRF, and the dedicated researchers they fund, by making a donation to my page. Every dollar counts!

My Updates

01 Nov 2022

This Dame is overwhelmed by the support from you all for this year's Frocktober! Thank you to Ruby Olive Jewellery and By Samantha Melbourne for sponsoring the Dames with prizes, vouchers, events and fabulous fashion. Thank you to my workplace for making this the charity of the month and promoting the cause. Thank you to the Dames, a fabulous conspiracy of women who worked together to raise much needed funds. And finally, big thanks to my handsome and understanding husband. Soz not soz.

27 Oct 2022

So close to the end and this Dame has got some great events on to help bring more dollars and awareness to ovarian cancer research.

I'm lifting up my fundraising goal again - can you get me to $4,000 for Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation? No donation is too big or small, every dollar counts.

21 Oct 2022

Wow! You guys are amazing. Thank you for not just getting me over $2,000 but going over my previous fundraising efforts!

I've upped my goal again. This is a fabulous and very important cause. We need better detection, prevention and treatment for ovarian cancer. Help me to help OCRF to help all our sisters out there.

20 Oct 2022

So close to my fundraising target!! What will it take to bring in that bit of extra coin to take me over $2000, and help more women with and without (hopefully forever) ovarian cancer?