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  • Become a SunSmart School

     

    All schools who are currently implementing a comprehensive sun protection policy are invited to apply for free SunSmart status.

    To view Cancer Council’s minimum SunSmart criteria, click here.

    A SunSmart School is not only representing SunSmart in its daily activities, but also Cancer Council SA as a role model to other schools throughout our state.

    Schools participating in the SunSmart Schools Program must agree to the following terms and conditions:

    • Be actively implementing their sun protection policy as documented.
    • Ensure all staff, students and families are aware of the sun protection policy and its intended practices.
    • Inform Cancer Council SA of any changes to the school’s policy and practices and anything else that may relate to or affect its membership in the SunSmart Schools Program.
    • Complete a policy review every three years in order to renew membership.

       

     


    Today at Cancer Council SA

  • Be SunSmart

    Be SunSmart

    Understanding UV radiation and how it can damage your skin's DNA is an important step to safeguard against skin cancer.

  • Do you have a cancer question?

    Do you have a cancer question?

    Cancer causes questions. Call us for the answers.

  • Donate to cancer research

    Donate to cancer research

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  • Donations In Memoriam

    Donations In Memoriam

    Remember your loved one’s life by helping to save others. Find out about our In Memoriam program.

  • Fundraising Events

    Fundraising Events

    We have a wide range of exciting events that give you the opportunity to support our vision of a cancer free future in a fun, easy yet symbolic way.

  • Q&A with Dr Julia Morris

    Q&A with Dr Julia Morris

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