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  • Do It For Cancer

    Do It For Cancer—fundraise your way and make a difference.

    Whether you are inspired to shave your head, walk across Australia or simply be the event host with the most—why not Do It For Cancer?

    Created by Cancer Council, Do It For Cancer is a community platform that makes it easy for you to fundraise your way—any way you like—and make a difference.

    You can test your endurance, quit a habit, host an event or garage sale, or be unique and bring your very own fundraising idea to life. The only limit is your imagination.

    Every dollar raised through your Do It For Cancer fundraiser goes towards helping people whose lives have been impacted by cancer, by funding the continuation of Cancer Council’s world-class research, prevention and support services right across Australia, as well as helping patients both today and into the future.

    So what are you waiting for? Do It For Cancer is YOUR way to make a difference. Register today and be the change you want to see in the world.



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