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Frocktober 2014 - Ovarian Cancer Research Australia - This DO has finished

Frocktober 2014 - Ovarian Cancer Research Australia
 1 Oct, 2014 - 31 Oct, 2014
 Wed 12:00am - Fri 11:59pm
 Australia
  Australia, NSW

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It’s now time to start thinking about organizing a Frocktober event this October.  

In its 6th year, Frocktober invite all Australians to “Love the Frock You’re in!”

It’s a great chance to frock-up and feel fantastic! Re-discover and re-love the fabulous frocks at the back of your wardrobe – or raid your Mum’s, best friend’s or any other wardrobe and raise funds and awareness for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.

Create your own Frocktober event or make a donation to a frockin’ good cause at ocrf.com.au/Frocktober. The Frocktober Guidelines provide some tips for creating a successful fun Frocktober event. If you need further help contact us at community@ocrf.com.au

Don’t forget men can frock up too! With a bowtie, stylish shirt or jacket or colourful socks. Whist ovarian cancer is a disease that effects wives, mothers, daughters and sisters – it impacts all the community.

We have had wonderful support from so many Australians in the past years and look forward to working with you all again in 2013.

- See more at: http://ocrf.com.au/about-the-ocrf/news-events/detail/get-your-frock-on-this-frocktober/#sthash.SMWU60KW.dpuf

The Frocktober Guidelines provide some tips for creating a successful fun Frocktober event. If you need further help contact us at community@ocrf.com.au 

Don’t forget men can frock up too! With a bowtie, stylish shirt or jacket or colourful socks. Whist ovarian cancer is a disease that effects wives, mothers, daughters and sisters – it impacts all the community. 

We have had wonderful support from so many Australians in the past years and look forward to working with you all again in 2013.

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 Ovarian Cancer Research Australiaorganiser
 1300 682 742

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Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation Mission - 1. The development and implementation of an early detection program for ovarian cancer 2. Improving the mortality rate, management and long-term survival of women with ovarian cancer 3. Gaining fundamental understanding of the causes of ovarian cancer

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