Too many Australian women are being diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer every year. These are our mothers, aunts, sisters, wives, daughters and friends. Change comes from understanding and action.

Get Together. Fund Research. Save the Box.

Gynaecological cancers are the third most commonly diagnosed cancer types for women, and this year, over 2,000 Australian women will die from one of the seven types. Pioneering new discoveries are needed to improve women’s lives. That’s why we’re asking you to get together and raise funds for research to Save the Box. Save the Box is funding cancer research conducted by ANZGOG, the peak national gynaecological cancer research group for Australia and New Zealand.

Collect in a moneybox

Design your moneybox and fill it however you can. Bring it into work or school, or start an at-home swear jar! Or collect money virtually by setting up your own page.

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Purchase exclusive artwork from our virtual art gallery on the Honour Her website.

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Share a box

Organise a party and ask your guests to bring a box of goodies to share or have a movie night and watch your favourite box set. Any excuse to get-together with your friends!

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Think outside the box

Add a personal touch to your box event. Think outside the box to create your own unique way to support Save the Box. Garden party or boxing challenge, anyone?

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Serve a banquet box

Host a dinner party and show off your cooking skills. You could even organise a virtual masterclass with your mates. Now to decide - lunch, dinner or brunch?

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Mystery box

Fill up a box with the best things in life and gift it to your girlfriends at a get-together. Or maybe donate a mystery box and create an auction to fund research

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Need further inspiration on these ideas? We've done some of the thinking for you to make sure that your event is a success!

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“I hosted Beats for the Box - an evening of fun beats, bubbles and canapés in one of the most beautiful waterfront venues in Sydney to raise over $10,500 for Save the Box in 2019.”

Alisha Jane

“I personally found exercise to be a fantastic escape of the anxiety when I was diagnosed. With the help of my trainer we created a Save the Box Bootcamp.”


“Having raised $12,000 over the last two years by hosting high tea events, this year we plan to hold our biggest event yet.”

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