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?
- Funds cancer research
- Promotes ways to prevent cancer
- 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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