Breast Cancer Care WA is a WA charity that provides personalised emotional, practical and financial support and care to people affected by breast cancer.

This includes men with breast cancer, carers and family who have their own challenges and needs through the experience.

Thanks to the generosity of the Western Australian community, all services are free of charge and tailored to meet the needs of each individual.

Get involved

  • Upcoming Groups & Workshops
  • Self Compassion Self Compassion
  • Art therapy for breast cancer

News & events

  • We're hiring! 
  • Breast Cancer Myths Breast Cancer Myths


Personal stories

  • Jo's Story

    Natalie's story

    Natalie was 38 when she discovered a lump in her breast. Not only would she have to have her breast removed, but her husband of 10 years would leave her and their two young daughters to face the battle alone. Read more
  • Michelle's Story

    Michelle's story

    Michelle's diagnosis came out of nowhere. With no previous history, she was diagnosed with stage-four breast cancer. There is no stage five. All doctors could offer was to keep her well for as long as possible. Read more

  • Jo's Story

    Jo's story

    Jo waited months after discovering a lump in her breast before going to the doctor. After going through a mammogram, an ultrasound and a biopsy all in the same day, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Read more
  • Salena's Story

    Salena's story

    Salena was faced with a confronting reality when she found a lump the size of a tennis ball in her breast. The mum of eight had no income and a long recovery ahead, so she turned to Breast Cancer Care WA for support. Read more
  • Evanna's Story

    Evana's story

    When Evana was diagnosed with breast cancer, she received the news weeks before Christmas. Getting home on the 23rd of December, her little boy was most worried about whether Santa would know where to find her. Read more


Be Breast Aware - Early Detection Saves Lives - Click here to find out what you need to know.