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How much money has the McGrath Foundation raised?

By: Olivier CoopsUpdated: January 26, 2021

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Off the pitch, we have been blown away by Australia's generosity, spirit, and compassion for the McGrath Foundation and families experiencing breast cancer. Thanks to your support we raised over $1.2million!

Likewise, people ask, how much does Glenn McGrath earn?

McGrath, 37, will receive a $400,000 sign-on fee from the IPL for getting his "fix" of cricket - second only to that of top drawcard, Warne, who will get $500,000. The duo could earn an additional $100,000 in each of the three IPL seasons, starting in April.

Furthermore, what is the pink test?

It started with Jane and Glenn McGrath's very public experience with breast cancer and has become one of Australia's most recognised and respected charities, the McGrath Foundation. The Domain Sydney Pink Test has become the iconic centrepiece of the partnership between Cricket Australia and McGrath Foundation.

What is Pink Stumps Day?

What is Pink Stumps Day? Pink Stumps Day is a way for cricket clubs & teams, schools and workplaces to come together, turn their cricket game pink, have fun and fundraise for the McGrath Foundation – all while showing support for people in the community experiencing breast cancer.

Why did Glenn McGrath start the Mcgrath Foundation?

A message from Jane McGrath
“I was just 31 when first diagnosed with breast cancer. Glenn and I were inspired to create the McGrath Foundation after my initial recovery, to help support other Australian women touched by breast cancer.

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What day is the pink test 2020?

To mark the twelfth Domain Pink Test at the SCG (3 – 7 January 2020), Cricket Australia and McGrath Foundation has partnered with one of Australia's most celebrated artists, Ken Done AM, to create a …

What does the McGrath Foundation do?

The McGrath Foundation is a breast cancer support and education charity in Australia, which raises money to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia and increase breast health awareness.

Who started the McGrath Foundation?

Glenn McGrath
Jane McGrath

Why are Australian cricketers wearing pink?

Sydney Pink Test – Each January, the Sydney Cricket Ground turns into a sea of pink on day three of the Sydney Pink Test in honour of Jane McGrath. The Sydney Pink Test has become the iconic centrepiece of the Cricket Australia and McGrath Foundation partnership, through the community action program Cricket Cares.

How much did the pink test raise?

2019 marked the eleventh year of the Pink Test, with the Foundation raising over $1.3 million. Traditionally Ladies' Day, Day 3 of the Domain Pink Test has been renamed Jane McGrath Day and is celebrated with the entire SCG turning pink each year in honour of Jane, raising money for the Foundation.

Why are they wearing pink at the cricket?

The third day of the first Sydney test cricket match at the Sydney Cricket Ground each year is now known as Jane McGrath Day, where money is raised for the McGrath Foundation. Spectators at the SCG wear pink to show their support and sponsor logos in various places are also recoloured pink for the match.

When did the Pink Test start?

The first-ever day-night, pink-ball Test was played in Adelaide in November 2015. It turned out to be a low-scoring thriller, with Australia beating New Zealand by just three wickets on day three.

When was the first pink Test?

The first ever pink ball Test was played between Australia and New Zealand at Adelaide in November-December 2015.