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Cancer Council SA travels to Yorke Peninsula
22 November 2016Cancer Council SA is on the road to Kadina and Wallaroo in late November, thanking the community for their support, visiting local health professionals and talking with the community about our services.
New eftpos grants help protect students
02 November 2016Students will be better protected from the sun thanks to funding from eftpos’ Shade for Secondary Schools program – providing sun shade at Loreto College and Paralowie R-12 School.
Public use of UV Index Times alarmingly low
26 October 2016Surveys from the Bureau of Meteorology and Cancer Council SA show most South Australians do not check UV sun protection times before heading outside, putting themselves at risk of skin damage.
Announcing: Premier’s Peloton
25 October 2016The Hon Jay Weatherill MP, Premier of South Australia will join thousands of cyclists next year, hitting the road for the 2017 Bupa Challenge Tour presented by The Advertiser – Bupa Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under.
Cancer Council Roadshow travels to Port Augusta
17 October 2016Cancer Council SA is on the road to Port Augusta during October, thanking the community for their support, visiting local schools, providing resources to local health professionals and talking with the community about our services.
Family fighting back against cancer
07 October 2016Sally Guthrie decided to host her first Girls’ Night In six years ago. A mother of two daughters, (one and three at the time), she didn’t have many chances to get together with her friends so decided to do something about it. Breast cancer was also too familiar to her family.
Local workers get into shape for a good cause
04 October 2016After working closely with Cancer Council SA through the planning and transition of the Adelaide Remand Centre (ARC) going smoke free in March this year, the staff decided to run a competition to promote a fit and healthy workplace.
Taking some time with the girls to fight women’s cancers
21 September 2016Kerry McCue began her journey with Cancer Council nine years ago. During that time she has been involved with several fundraisers in the hopes of finding a cure for the friend she lost and the brother that fought and won.
Make it a Girls’ Night In to help beat women’s cancers
16 September 2016Helen Haddow has been touched by cancer in many ways, including her father passing away and mother surviving. This however was not the reason she began holding yearly Girls’ Night In events – it was simply because she was grateful that herself and her two daughters were healthy.
Female friendship is more powerful than ever with a Girls’ Night In
16 September 2016Cancer Council SA is urging South Australian ladies to get together during October and raise money to help beat women’s cancers.