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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.
UV levels spring into skin-damaging zone
01 September 2016With the Royal Adelaide Show beginning this week and more people throughout the state set to enjoy some sunshine, Cancer Council SA and the Bureau of Meteorology are reminding the community that UV levels are now remaining consistently above 3 in SA.
Nettie throwing support behind Ride for a reason
25 August 2016After losing her grandmother to cancer in 2015, Olympic hopeful Annette Edmondson has thrown her support behind Ride for a reason as an Ambassador for another three years.
30 years of fighting cancer
24 August 2016Alex Hathaway (82) has fought cancer for over 30 years. He will join the Jamestown locals this August when Daffodil Day rolls around, also acknowledging the 30th year that Australians have supported the event.
Survivor at 16 and fighting for others
24 August 2016Seung Hun (Eddie) Han was only 15 when diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Text to donate to Cancer Council this Daffodil Day
02 August 2016South Australians can text to donate and dedicate a daffodil to someone they know on Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day Friday 26 August, 2016