SAMANTHA Cunnington knows the value of a strong support network when faced with breast cancer.
The Timboon mother of three was diagnosed in December 2009 and within six weeks the cancer had spread to her lungs and liver.
"At that point it's secondary cancer and there is no cure for that as yet," she said.
"In May last year we found out it had spread to my brain. Each day is really a bit different. Today I don't feel that bad. I have a really good support network in Timboon."
Mrs Cunnington said Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) provided support to those diagnosed with cancer and their families.
The organisation provides information, treatment, care and help where possible around Australia. It is made up of a network of more than 67,000 members.
Until May 23 Bakers Delight outlets around Australia will donate 100 per cent of the sale of their Pink Finger Buns to the BCNA.
So far, Bakers Delight at the Target complex in Warrnambool has raised $3032.