BALLARAT threw its support behind Pink Day yesterday, inviting American rock star Pink to the city and raising $10,000 for cancer. Power FM Brekkie Show hosts Cam and Jules were amazed with the enormous support generated from their idea, which began during a talkback radio segment last week.The idea was to get Pink to come to Ballarat while she is in Melbourne for her Funhouse tour.Yesterday, everyone from schools to businesses and individuals dressed in pink, held morning teas and decorated shop fronts.They helped raise money for the Ballarat Cancer Research Centre, with one street raising $3000 from 12 shops.A sea of pink gathered at the Bridge Mall yesterday afternoon for a Pink Day photo.Cam said the station would send a package with every photo from Pink Day and messages of support to Pink."We've spoken to Sony and Pink's management ... it's up to her now," he said."It's amazing it all started with a bit of talkback, now everyone has raised this money, which is a big bonus."Ballarat Cancer Research Centre development manager Julie O'Donohue said it had been a positive thing for Ballarat."It's been a bit of fun and all while raising money for regional Australia's only cancer research centre."