Communications Partners

Register4 was established with seed funding from the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), a well-recognised and respected Australian community organisation which funds high quality breast cancer research.

While the NBCF relies specifically on a caring community to fund its projects, Register4 needs contributions of a different kind. We need organisations and clubs who can reach large groups of people through their communication channels to help spread the word about the importance of joining Register4 and increase our membership numbers.

We have a range of marketing tools your organisation can use including banner ads, posters, brochures, print ads and copy for newsletters. We can also tailor your involvement to best suit your needs.

The communication partners listed below make a huge difference in helping to spread the word through their networks.

BreastScreen NSW Hunter New England

BreastScreen NSW Hunter New England and the NBCF are delighted to announce they are working together to help find more answers to breast cancer. All BreastScreen NSW clients in the Hunter New England region who have had a mammogram in the past two years have been invited to join Register4.

Rural Women’s Network

The Rural Women’s Network are communicating the Register4 message through newsletters, social media and other communication channels.

Amalgamated Holdings Limited

Event Cinemas, Greater Union and Birch Carroll & Coyle are proud to support Register4 by distributing Register4 information in Chicks at the Flicks gift bags, reaching thousands of women across Australia.

Australian Girls Choir

As long term ambassadors for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, the AGC have been instrumental in supporting Register4 and spreading the word about this initiative through their network.


Westpac have been a Communications Partner of Register4 since we launched in October 2010 and created some innovative ways of telling the Register4 message achieving many fantastic results for Register4.

Mothers Day Classic

Over 1,500 people have joined Register4 as a result of Mother's Day Classic communication channels. In addition, Mother's Day Classic/Women in Super have raised more than $19.8 million dollars for the National Breast Cancer Foundation to help fund breast cancer research.

The High Tea Party

The High Tea Party is proud to partner NBCF with helping raise vital funds for research and also promote Register4- the online community for volunteer breast cancer research.