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    Another way that you can support Cancer Council SA is by supporting an event near you. As well as spreading awareness and raising funds, it’s a great way to meet like-minded people and strengthen your community roots. 

    Take a look at our current community events below:

    Judith’s Walk
    February each year (annual event)

    In memory of his loving wife, Judith, Dean Rowe honours and celebrates her memory through ‘Judith’s Walk’ each February. Dean lost the love his life, Judith, in March 2017 to ovarian cancer and ever since has been dedicated and determined to raise funds for Cancer Council SA, with part proceeds to Ovarian Cancer Australia. The 6km walk (12km return) from Willunga Rose Garden to Kangarilla Road in McLaren Vale, along the Shiraz Trail, was a treasured walk of Judith & Dean’s. Dean organises many fundraising events throughout the year in the lead up to ‘Judith’s Walk’ with all the money raised going towards his fundraising total.

    For more information and for upcoming events - https://www.facebook.com/judithswalkwillunga/

     

    Cancer Council SA has a number of Branches throughout regional South Australia. They are our regional representatives - passionate community supporters who join forces to raise funds and awareness for Cancer Council SA initiatives. From hosting Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea’s, to coordinating Daffodil Day sites in their local community, our Branches are the face of Cancer Council SA in regional South Australia.

    In the last financial year (FY17-18) Cancer Council SA branches collectively raised a staggering $89,000, with lifetime donations topping over $3million! Along with raising vital funds for Cancer Council SA, these nine branches (Gawler, Jamestown & Districts, Mount Gambier, Murray Bridge, Naracoorte, Northern Yorke Peninsula, Red Sands, Riverland & Tea Tree Gully) are pinnacle in making their community aware of the varying support services that Cancer Council SA provides to those impacted by cancer and the general public.

    Click here to find out more about your local Cancer Council SA branch 
     

    Upcoming branch events: 

     


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