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Garage sale with the girls’
21 September 2017For the past three years, Naracoorte local Julie Zanol has hosted a Girls’ Night In with a twist. Based in regional South Australia, it’s hard for Julie and her girlfriends to get together for a night in. So instead Julie encouraged her girlfriends and their families to come to her for ‘Everyone’s Day Out’.
10 Years of Nights In with the Girls’
20 September 2017In 2007 Cancer Council SA Ambassador Leanne Prior was diagnosed with breast cancer. The diagnosis was one which changed her life and started her ten year connection with Cancer Council SA.
Host a Girls’ Night In and support women affected by cancer
15 September 2017Register to host a Girl’s Night In anytime in October and raise funds for those affected by breast or a gynaecological cancer.
Dancethon raises dollars for Cancer Council SA
14 September 2017The divas behind the Marilyn Jetty Swim are bringing you Dancethon - a fabulous 12-hour event that will keep you on your toes all day and night long.
Lodges provide life-changing assistance
04 September 2017There are many reasons why people Relay – there are those who do it to celebrate, those who do it to remember and those who do it to fight back. For Relay For Life Committee member Sue Thompson the event is her chance to raise money for an organisation that has helped her through some of her toughest times.
Think UV not heat this spring
01 September 2017As the Royal Adelaide Show kicks off this week, Cancer Council SA are reminding the community to be SunSmart and protect themselves against harmful UV rays when outside.
Nicotine addiction costing South Australians more than just their health
01 September 2017The burden of smoking is about to get even heavier for South Australian households. With cigarette prices set to rise by 12.5 % tomorrow, smoking has never been more costly for both people's health and their wallets.
My sister inspired me to make a difference
25 August 2017“I can’t really remember a moment where I ‘first heard’ of cancer, however it was in primary school when I started understanding how cancer was effecting my sister and so many others and the types of side effects that came from treatment and medication.
Young woman inspires others this Daffodil Day
25 August 2017Thirty-four year old Stephanie Lockery has led a remarkable life. A trained clinical psychologist, Stephanie has spent her recent years in Afghanistan as an aid worker, helping the poor and working with the local community. During a routine break in October last year, Stephanie felt tired and run down and went to her local GP for a routine check-up - little did she know, the visit would change her life forever.
Relay for Life back at Showgrounds in 2018
22 August 2017Cancer Council SA is excited to announce that the Adelaide Central Relay for Life will be held at the Adelaide Showgrounds in 2018.