Prostate cancer threatens the lives of 1 in 6 Aussie men.
By hosting a Big Aussie Barbie on 27-29 November, you can raise money for research, nursing and support to save the life of a man you love.

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300

PEOPLE ARE FIRING UP THE BARBIE

$53,460

AMOUNT RAISED

  • Tahnie Wieczorek just donated $20.88
  • Anonymous just donated $78
  • Michelle Garlick just donated $20.88
  • Shaelie Howe just donated $31.32
  • Greg Butz just donated $46.98
  • Tony Pitarides just donated $52.20
  • Faye and Ken Felmingham just donated $104.40
  • Terese Xuereb just donated $41.76
  • Jordan Wieck just donated $52.20
  • Tony Bathols just donated $81.43
  • Blocka just donated $20.88
  • Missy just donated $52.20
  • Humphreys Haulage just donated $52.20
  • John Newman just donated $156.60
  • kathryn park just donated $100
  • Toni Garland just donated $52.20
  • Brian Adele just donated $52.20
  • Steven McCormick just donated $108.58
  • annon just donated $250
  • Roberto Bran just donated $515

The Big Aussie Barbie is a great way to raise money to support PCFA and the lives we can save.

All you need to do is host a Big Aussie Barbie during the last weekend in November.

Every dollar you raise will fund life-saving research, awareness and support programs for Aussie men and families impacted by prostate cancer.

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Step 1

SIGN UP

Register your Big Aussie Barbie and you’ll get full access to our website, with recipes, fundraising and planning tips, videos and more.

Step 2

SPREAD THE WORD

Pick a date. Invite your mates. Ask them to help support men and families impacted by prostate cancer.

Step 3

GET GRILLING

Let your barbie begin! Share your page with friends and post your pics on social media with the hashtags #BigAussieBarbie #prostatecancer #pcfa.

A message from the Hon Scott Morrison MP

WHO WILL YOU GRILL FOR?

“When we were told Dad had prostate cancer, my whole family was effectively given a cancer diagnosis. I believe we need to get to a point where discussing health issues, like prostate cancer, is a normal part of our conversations with friends and family. When family and friends are gathered around the barbie and enjoying a game of backyard cricket, I see the love and delight in each face, and remember the lesson my father taught me, that when you look after other people, you're also taking care of yourself.”

Matthew Hayden AM, Former world-champion Australian batsman.

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