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    Fundraising events

    Whether you take part in one of our exciting events or create and organise your own event – fundraising can be a fun and rewarding way to raise funds for Cancer Council SA.

    We have a wide range of exciting events that give you the opportunity to support our vision to beat cancer in a fun, easy yet symbolic way.

    Below is a list of our upcoming events. If you’d like more information please call Cancer Council SA’s events hotline on 1300 65 65 85 or email us at events@cancersa.org.au

     


    • Wedding bonbonniere

      Wedding bonbonniere
      Throughout the year

      Give the gift that makes a real difference. Donating to Cancer Council SA is a thoughtful and unique way to thank your wedding guests for celebrating your special day.
       

       

    • Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

      Need a good reason to catch up with friends, family and colleagues this May?

      Host a Biggest Morning Tea to raise vital funds for cancer research, prevention and support.

      The official date for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is Thursday 26 May, but you can choose any day that suits you in May or June.

      Raise your cup and together we'll beat cancer.  

    • Fiona Pike Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign

      In memory of internationally acclaimed Australian golfer Fiona Pike, the Fiona Pike Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign is dedicated to encouraging golfers and sporting enthusiasts to take the lifesaving steps to properly protect their skin and to check their skin every three months.

       

    • Relay For Life

      Register now to help us celebrate survivors, remember those lost to cancer and Fight Back! to beat cancer once and for all.

    • Beat Cancer Tour  -  2017 Santos Tour Down Under

      Don’t miss out on the full pro rider experience at next year's Tour Down Under! 
      Ride every day, every stage and help beat cancer.

      Ride over 800km in 6 days as part of an elite amateur team. You'll stay with the pros at the Hilton, have access to your own team mechanics, soigneirs and domestiques as well as enjoying the race from your own VIP viewing area at every stage. Are you up to the challenge? 

      “The most rewarding and exhilarating experience” - 2015 Beat Cancer Rider

      Register now at beatcancertour.com.au

       

    • Hold your own fundraiser

      Do you have an idea that is out of the box? You can turn virtually anything into a fundraiser…let us help you turn your idea into reality.

       

    • Daffodil Day

      Show you care about beating cancer by wearing a Cancer Council pin this Daffodil Day.

      There are lots of easy ways you can get involved. You can sell or buy Daffodil Day items, volunteer at one of our many Daffodil Day sites across South Australia or simply make a donation.

      Find out more volunteering opportunities

    • Ride for a reason

      Ride for a reason
      20 January 2017

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      Register here

      Join hundreds of passionate cyclists who will ride to beat cancer in the January 2017 Bupa Challenge Tour.  You can also earn an exclusive Ride for a reaon Santini kit. 

       

    • 2017 Marilyn Jetty Swim

      Are you bold enough to glam up and help beat cancer? Join the Marilyn Jetty Swim, for the most empowering way to make a difference and be a part of a community which has raised over $117,000 for Cancer Council SA. 



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    Call Quitline 13 7848 to double your chances of quitting

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  • Hold your own fundraiser

    Hold your own fundraiser

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    More than a gift, it's hope for the future

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    Order resources here

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    Share your story

    Raise awareness about important cancer issues and help others cope with treatment and feel less alone. Read more about how to share your story.

  • The 2016-2017 Adelaide Entertainment Membership is here!

    The 2016-2017 Adelaide Entertainment Membership is here!

    100% of profit from the sale of the Entertainment Membership goes towards the fight to beat Cancer here in SA. Find out more.

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    You can help stop cancer devastating families

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