This weekend will see Hanwood Football Club put their white socks to one side as they change them for pink as they look to raise money for the McGrath Foundation.
From under 5s right through to the over 35s, players have pitched in to donate money, and Hanwood president Jason Catanzariti felt it was a great thing for the club to get behind.
"With this week being female football week, we are looking to celebrate that as a club and tie in a good cause like the McGrath Foundation and look to raise awareness and also raise some funds," he said.
"Every single player has brought into that and contributed right through from under 5s to over 35s.
"We have a pretty big network here at the club with nearly 400 players, and this is a great cause to get behind. 25% of our playing group is female."
All of the money raised will help the McGrath Foundation fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses across Australia, including local nurse Fiona Shields.
Mrs Shields, who is based in Griffith, covers an area from Hillston, Hay, Leeton, Lake Cargelligo and all the places in between a catchment area of about 80,000 people.
It is estimated that between 19,807 women and 167 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia this year.
Along with the funds raised from the purchase of the pink socks, Hanwood will also be holding a Mother's Day raffle.
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