Help Us Help Others

Breast Cancer Resources

The latest information about breast cancer

The Be Uplifted Inc Cancer Support Services Guide

Written after lengthy consideration by the Be Uplifted Inc volunteers, our guide provides breast cancer patients with detailed advice and practical community service options for support, assistance and information. Download your free copy.

Be Uplifted Inc Directory Of Cancer Support Services

Funeral Planning Guide For Breast Cancer Patients

Funeral Notes from Be Uplifted Inc.


A plan for dealing with grief.



Check out our interview with the lovely team at 96.5.


Talking Life Podcast, Peter has Wendy, one of the co-founders of Brisbane breast cancer charity Be Uplifted Inc, discuss how they support women and families dealing with breast cancer.

Listen to the podcast to find out more.

Newspaper Articles

  • Launch of Be Uplifted by Tracy Davis MP for Aspley
  • Northside Chronicle on the Christmas hampers
  • Radio interview on Family radio in 2012 with Barb Zimmerlie and Wendy Paterson

Zonta Club

To contact the Zonta Club:



Get Healthy Information and Coaching Service

The Queensland Government offers two wonderful sources of information:

Breast Cancer Network Australia

National Breast Cancer Foundation

  • The National Breast Cancer Foundation offers a great online resource. Visit their website.
  • Call 02 8098 4800
  • Email:

Queensland Cancer Council

  • For information on all types of cancer, not just breast cancer, and advice on cancer related lifestyle and health matters, have a look at the Queensland Cancer Council website.
  • You can also call the Queensland Cancer Council on 07 3634 5100

National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre

  • Telephone the centre on 02 9357 9400

Look Good… Feel Better

  • This national program is a fantastic opportunity for women receiving breast cancer. Learn about the program and and register to participate online.
  • Call 1800 650 960

Helpful Hints for Supporting Your Friend

GHD Beauty Tutorial For Breast Cancer Patients