The Event

The Event

BrasON for BrasOFF

BrasON for BrasOFF dares you to make a difference for breast cancer research and care.

We dare you to wear one of our fantastic new BrasON for BrasOFF t-shirts (for men and women) and help raise money for vital breast cancer research.

You can also dare your friends and colleagues to wear a t-shirt for a day so together you can reach your fundraising target!

It’s so easy to be part of this challenge, simply:

  1. Register your details and details about your dare by clicking here. On registration you can order your $20 dare t-shirt pack.
  2. Ask your friends, family, colleagues and everyone you know to sponsor your dare by donating to your personalised fundraising page, which you setup when you register.
  3. Take your dare t-shirt pack payment receipt (which will be emailed to you) into any National Pharmacies store to collect your pack.
  4. Complete your dare and make sure you take lots of photos so we can share them with everyone online!

Each pack contains

  • Your dare to bare shirt (either Male or Female)
  • PLUS a selection of goodies from National Pharmacies

You're only limited by your imagination

Here are some great dare ideas for your BrasON for BrasOFF t-shirts. You are only limited by your imagination, so go crazy!

  • wear your t-shirt while running the City to Bay
  • wear it to a job interview
  • dare your sporting coach to run a lap after your game wearing the t-shirt
  • wear your t-shirt to a milestone birthday party and ask friends to make a donation instead of giving presents
  • organise a flash mob performance with each participant wearing the t-shirt
  • wear it on a skydive or bungee jump
  • dare your boss to wear a t-shirt to your companies next social club function or board meeting
  • dare your friends and colleagues to ditch the car for a day and wear it on the bus/train/tram
  • dare your lecturer to teach your lesson in the t-shirt
  • organise a group bike ride through the city while wearing the t-shirt
  • dare your school principal to wear it in front of an assembly.