Be Uplifted Inc is grateful for the support from the following local businesses and community groups.
By continuously lending a helping hand these local businesses help us reach out to breast cancer patients in the north Brisbane local community.
Whether through community grants, generous support of their staff, or regular contributions to Be Uplifted Inc fundraising events.
Without the kind and generous contributions and efforts of our sponsors and community partners, our purpose of helping women and men in Brisbane during their breast cancer journey would be so much harder to achieve.
Perhaps as a business or organisation, you would like to host your own charity fundraiser event? Be Uplifted Inc would be delighted to speak with you about your ideas.
If as a business, you are looking to partner with a local, grassroots charity, we welcome that conversation.
Our focus is on local Brisbane people on their breast cancer journey and providing immediate practical and financial support to these individuals and their families.
All donations go directly to support local Brisbane people on a breast cancer journey.
Be Uplifted Inc is a registered charity and business that provides practical support and financial assistance for real life costs encountered by breast cancer patients and survivors in our local Brisbane community.
It all Started in 2009.
Be Uplifted Inc breast cancer charity was founded and registered in 2009 by two incredibly strong women: Barbara Zimmerlie and Wendy Paterson who both survived their breast cancer fight.
Barbara and Wendy felt they had been given a second chance at life. They both wanted to channel and focus their energies to assisting other women, men and their families who were embarking on the same journey.
Examples of how we are being uplifting to Brisbane people on a breast cancer journey are: we provide access to services and programs, pay bills and provide goods or assistance to alleviate financial difficulty or disadvantage.
Be Uplifted Inc will arrange for example a wheelchair for a terminally ill breast cancer patient, purchase a family a new washing machine, provide a patient who has lost their casual employment with groceries or assist with schooling costs for a single young mum who simply has too many bills to pay because of her breast cancer treatment.