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    Cancer has taken too much from all of us, but with the generosity of fellow South Australians, we are committed to changing the way it impacts our lives.

    Since our inception in 1928, our work has only been made possible by significant gifts and support from members of the community. By working together, we will continue creating a brighter future for our loved ones and for generations to come.

    Leave the gift of a cancer free future

    When those who share our vision to for a cancer free future leave a gift to Cancer Council SA in their Will, they give an incredible gift of hope.

    Hope for better ways to detect and treat cancer, hope for empowering people to reduce their own cancer risk, and hope for compassionate and practical support, to get people through the immense challenges that come with a diagnosis.

    For more information on leaving a gift in your Will, click here.

    Here are just some of the stories of supporters who have chosen to leave hope in their Will.

    You don’t have to be wealthy to consider leaving a gift in your Will, as every amount contributes greatly to a cancer free future. Investing in a brighter future for countless others, is the greatest legacy you could hope for.

    Together we will work towards a cancer free future.

    Kind regards,

    Lincoln Size

    Chief Executive
    Cancer Council SA


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