The Vodafone Pink Test has come to an end and what an unforgettable five days it was! The Australian and Indian cricket teams fought out an entertaining match on the pitch, finishing in a deserved draw. Off the pitch, the cricket and broader community came together in the most incredible way to support the McGrath Foundation and our 162 McGrath Breast Care Nurses – with thousands and thousands of people purchasing virtual Pink Seats and donating to help families experiencing breast cancer. To everyone who got involved, thank you…
For making this the pinkest Pink Test ever!
Together, we've made a difference
Virtual Pink Seats were purchased
That's three times the SCG!
Raised for the McGrath Foundation
Our pinkest ever Pink Test!
McGrath Breast Care Nurses funded for a year
Providing much needed care and support.
Families will be supported this year
Across Australia and for FREE!
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We were all a part of something special this #PinkTest
Pink Stumps Day
Bring the pink of the Pink Test back to your community and host a Pink Stumps Day cricket match to help the McGrath Foundation fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses to support people experiencing breast cancer right across Australia.
The McGrath Foundation is the official charity partner of the Vodafone Pink Test and Cricket Cares, Cricket Australia’s community action program.
Over the past 13 years, the Vodafone Pink Test has become a national phenomenon and is the largest sporting fundraising initiative in Australia. The cricket community, both on and off the field, all wear pink as a symbolic show of support for those experiencing breast cancer and raise much needed funds for the McGrath Foundation.