Who we are
Sweet Louise helps to improve the quality of life for hundreds of New Zealand women and men living with secondary breast cancer. Read stories written by some of those we help.
How you can help us
Sweet Louise is a charitable trust and relies on community support. Your donation will help us to make a difference in the lives of women and men living with breast cancer. Please visit our online Shop for special offers.
Here are some ways the community has supported Sweet Louise:
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Adrian Smith 'Walked in the Light' to raise over $12,000 for
Sweet Louise in December 2013!
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Rachael Sheeran took on the Auckland Half Marathon for
Sweet Louise on 3 November 2013 and raised over $600.
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Glenfield College students raised over $1600 at their
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The Sweet Louise Swim Squad raised nearly $8,500 for their
Rangitoto to St Heliers swim challenge on 3 March 2013!
Purchase a stunning, sterling silver pendant made for Sweet
Louise by Pascoes the Jewellers or visit your local Pascoes store
and purchase a beautiful apple charm or pendant. A heartfelt
'thank you' to Pascoes and evolu for the wonderful donation made
to Sweet Louise in November 2013!
We welcome all donations to support Sweet Louise - thank you!
How we can help you
We offer information, advice, support and a range of practical and therapeutic services that will help women and men with secondary breast cancer lead more positive lives.
Browse the Sweet Louise Services
View a Sweet Louise video feature on YouTube
Links to information about secondary breast cancer
Some of our Members share experiences of Sweet Louise
Register for support
Anyone living with secondary breast cancer in the Northland, Auckland, Waikato, Palmerston North/Mid Central and Wellington regions can register online to join our programme and receive an annual allocation of Sweet Louise vouchers.
If you live elsewhere in New Zealand please register to access our Member Only forums or create an on-line journal.
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