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We hold a

safe, supportive,
and healing space

for anyone with breast cancer and their whānau and friends.

Being diagnosed during the holidays...

'How can I celebrate Christmas when I’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer?' 
Everyone is decorating their homes, shopping for gifts, buying up large for Christmas dinners and celebrations, and going to end-of-year parties … 
You've been given a diagnosis of breast cancer.

Having breast cancer is a transformative experience

It’s the reason Breast Cancer Support Aotearoa exists: to provide the support and reassurance you need to make sense of what’s going on.

​How we can support you

We provide information, emotional support, and practical coping tips from our own experience to help you navigate yours.

Peer Support

From local community group meetings to individual support via phone or video calls, we want you to know you're not alone. We're here to support you when you need it.

Buddy Programme

Our Buddy Programme matches newly diagnosed women and men from any culture or ethnicity with a trained breast cancer Buddy who gives emotional and practical support for an extended period of time after diagnosis.

Personal Stories

Read transformational stories of others who have experience of breast cancer.
See the pathway they walked, the milestones they've celebrated, and the life they're living now.

Would you like to talk to someone?

Call our breast cancer support line for confidential support.

We're always here to support you. If you want to talk to someone about what you're going through, our breast cancer support line is available from 8:30am to 5:00pm, 365 days a year.

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Our supporters and funders

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following Funds, Trusts, Foundations, businesses and individuals: