Cancer Council

100 Skips a Day

for Cancer in May


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1,718

People Skipping

$124,019

Raised for a cancer free future 

Challenge yourself to complete 100 Skips a Day from 1 to 31 May 2024.

Sign up to the challenge and you’ll receive:

A welcome letter and a free track-your-challenge calendar!

This challenge is a fundraiser for Cancer Council. After joining the challenge your Facebook Fundraiser will be created.

All funds raised support life-saving cancer research and support services!

The reality is that almost 1 in 2 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.

Being physically active is an important way you can reduce your risk of cancer. One third of cancer cases each year are preventable by living a healthy lifestyle.

By taking on this challenge, you will be staying active whilst raising funds for life-saving cancer research, prevention programs information and support services.

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How it Works

 

Register via Facebook  
Join the 100 Skips a Day community, meet your fellow fundraisers and find support every skip of the way.

 

Skip away in May!
Complete 100 skips a day and ask family and friends to join you in showing your support for Aussies affected by cancer.

 

Raise funds and make an impact
By asking your friends to donate, you can help ease the burden of cancer for the over 162,000 Australians who will be diagnosed with cancer this year.

Every dollar we raise will help make an incredible difference to the over 162,000 Australians and their families who are expected to be affected by cancer this year .

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About Cancer Council

We believe in a cancer free future. There are things that we can all do every day to help make this happen. Together with our volunteers, supporters, stakeholders and staff, we are committed to reducing the impact of cancer on individuals and the community, and to lessening the burden for people affected by cancer.

Every year in Australia, more than 162,000 new cases of cancer are expected to be diagnosed, and the impact on families, carers and communities is significant. Cancer Council is the only charity to work across every area of every cancer, from research to prevention and support. We help people from the point of diagnosis through to treatment and survivorship.