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Every day, someone just like you is helping us raise the vital funds that we need to help make the cancer journey easier for children, and their families.

Find out more about what’s happening, and our latest news, here — let us know if it inspires you or your business to get involved.

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Sunday 15 Sept, 2024

Join our Childhood Cancer Team in the City-Bay Fun Run on Sunday 15 September and raise vital funds for hundreds of families battling childhood cancer. We understand, not everyone will be able to take part, so find out more about our Team of Virtual Runners.

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Tuesday 5 Nov, 2024

Adelaide Oval, SACA and SANFL will once again be coming together in support of Unite4Kids for Adelaide's premier Melbourne Cup event with proceeds supporting seriously sick kids in South Australia.

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Former Adelaide United goalkeeper and Childhood Cancer ambassador, Joe Gauci, pledged to donate for every save, point and clean sheet until the end of his 2023/24 A-League season to Childhood Cancer Association.

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It was a pleasure to host the Gold Ribbon Gala at the Adelaide Convention Centre on 2 September 2023. The event raised an amazing $418,551 to help local children with cancer, and their families, bringing the grand total for the past three events to $1,230,386!

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Wednesday 16 Aug, 2023

Port Adelaide Football Club invited us to be part of its Game Day at Adelaide Oval for Round 22 raising awareness and vital funds, as well as giving Eamon a week he will never forget as the junior mascot.

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Watch Thomas’s Story

Watch this 5 minute film where Chris Hartley talks through his family’s journey after his son’s diagnosis of a brain tumour and the support he received from the Childhood Cancer Association.

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