Relay for Life breaks $100k.

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Congrats to everyone who contributed to the great success of the Wollongong Relay For Life - around 1000 people took part on the day and countless others donated. The annual event, in its 18thyear, raised more than $100,000 for the cancer charity, Cancer Council. 

 

What does the Cancer Council do with the money?

  1. Funds cancer research
  2. Promotes ways to prevent cancer
  3. Supports people with cancer

Your support is essential to the work that Cancer Council does. 95% of its funding comes from the community.

You can see Cancer Council’s impact through Australia’s National Cervical Screening Program and HPV vaccination program – saving lives.

Independent charity rating agency, ChangePath, gives Cancer Council NSW its top rating, 7 out of 7 stars. The rating is based on financial transparency, financial stability and ethical use of your personal data (e.g. not on-selling your information). That means you can be confident your efforts and money are making a positive difference in our community.

 

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