Think Pink with the Perth Wildcats!
Breast Cancer Care WA is thrilled to announce that the Perth Wildcats will once again be holding a pink-themed game to help raise funds and awareness for those facing breast cancer in Western Australia. In exciting news, after the success of the inaugural Pink Game last year, the club has decided to make it a tradition to hold this Think Pink game annually.
This year, the Pink Game will be held on Saturday 27 October in the marquee matchup against reigning champions, Melbourne United.
To celebrate the announcement of the special event, the Perth Wildcats have released a limited edition merchandise pack especially for the game.Net proceeds from the pack will go directly to Breast Cancer Care WA. Wildcats members can get their Stronger In Pink Pack here, and non-members can click here to secure a special Stronger In Pink Membership, which includes the pack.
The Perth Wildcats family has a close connection with breast cancer, as Dawn Gleeson – the wife of head coach Trevor, is a two-time breast cancer survivor. One in eight women in Australia will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Every person will have a unique experience with breast cancer and Breast Cancer Care WA aims to provide each person with the support that will best suit them.
More details on how Perth Wildcats fans can raise money for the cause will be revealed closer to the game - sign up to our social media feeds on Facebook and Instagram to stay connected!