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The Zero Club is a passionate and determined group of regular givers with a vision of zero deaths from breast cancer. People like you giving anything they can to prove we can beat breast cancer when we work together.

Every day, nine women are diagnosed with breast cancer in New Zealand. That’s 3,500 women every year. And every year more than 650 Kiwis die of breast cancer. It’s the number one cause of death in women under 65.

With your help, we are working towards zero deaths from breast cancer, so that people like Paul Leslie and his family, who lost their beloved wife and mother, Miffy, to breast cancer, don’t have to suffer the same pain and grief.

Like us, Paul believes in a future where people no longer die from breast cancer.

“Miffy never lost hope that there was something that would save her. It wasn’t to be - not for us. But I believe that one day there will be zero deaths from breast cancer”.

Why your monthly giving is so powerful

With the Zero Club monthly giving programme, you’re taking action in the fight towards zero deaths from breast cancer and making a difference – every single month.

Your monthly donation is powerful because it provides sustainable income which allows us to plan for the future. Your regular gift will help achieve zero deaths through our four pillar programme.

Education & Awareness

Nine women are diagnosed with breast cancer every day in NZ. Early detection is the key to saving lives. We promote this through education and support programmes that raise awareness about the importance of self-checking and mammograms. A team of expert breast health nurses travel around NZ in our iconic pink caravan and a national breast health education programme so that everyone knows the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.


Our free support programmes staffed by professional breast nurses help patients and their whānau through a breast cancer diagnosis. Nurses are available at the end of the telephone or online through mybc to answer questions. We also offer access to counselling to help with further emotional support.


The quality of breast cancer research of breast cancer research is outstanding, and every year the Foundation receives high-quality applications from universities, New Zealand based research companies and health professionals.

To date, the Foundation has distributed more than $13 million for breast cancer research and medical grants, including Te Rēhita Mate Ūtaetae, the Breast Cancer Foundation National Register, which is revolutionising breast cancer research.


With your help, we advocate for positive change. We do this by making sure that at-risk groups have access to funded mammograms, all New Zealanders have access to treatment and care, there are guidelines to improve consistency of care, and we continue to fight for access to life-changing drugs.

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How do I know my donations are making a difference?

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You’ll receive regular updates and stories so you can see the life-changing difference you’re making for Kiwis affected by breast cancer.

Can I change how I give to the Zero Club?

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Yes, we understand your circumstances can change and are happy with what’s best for you. You can contact us at any time on 0800 902 732 to change the amount of your donation or pause your giving. We have flexible options to help you continue your support in the way that suits you.

Where does my money go?

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Your generous donation goes towards programmes in research, education, patient support and advocacy.

How can I get in touch?

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You can call us on 0800 902 732 or email us at