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  • Adelaide Central 20 years

    Adelaide Central Relay For Life - Celebrating 20 years

    Are you ready to celebrate 20 years of Relay For Life in South Australia?

    The first Adelaide Central Relay For Life was held in 2001 and with 82 teams and 1066 participants, raised a total of $164,925 for Cancer Council SA.

    Now, 20 years later, Relay For Life is a vital part of Cancer Council’s fundraising calendar, having raised more than $13.5 million for South Australians impacted by cancer. And we want to celebrate and commemorate this milestone for the movement that’s making a difference!

    Join us as we celebrate 20 incredible years of Relay For Life in South Australia and the generosity and comradery of the community by registering for the Adelaide Central Relay For Life.

    Whether you register with an existing team, or rally your own team together, 2020 is your year to Relay For Life with Adelaide Central!

    Relay your way

    NEW FOR ADELAIDE  2020—It doesn’t matter if you can’t stay the night—this year, teams and individuals can Relay your way and walk with us from the Opening Ceremony at 2pm to the Candlelight Ceremony at 9pm. 

    Find out more Information about Adelaide 2020 and how you can Relay Your Way.

    Everyone is welcome at Relay, no matter your age or ability. You can take part in the 19 hour community event however you like—it’s your Relay For Life and it’s your opportunity to take turns with your team to walk, jog, run, wheel or even dance around the track to raise money towards a cancer free future.

    All the money raised through Relay For Life in South Australia helps fund Cancer Council SA’s research, prevention, advocacy and support programs for those impacted by a cancer diagnosis.

    Every minute, every hour, every day we’re working towards a cancer free future. Register today, and help us make that future a reality.  

     


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