Cancer Council Australia - Relay for Life - Official Travel Tag

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Cancer Council Australia - Relay for Life - Official Travel Tag
  • Cancer Council Australia - Relay for Life - Official Travel Tag
  • Cancer Council Australia - Relay for Life - Official Travel Tag

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The Relay for Life Geocaching Trackable has been developed in partnership with the Cancer Council Australia.

25% of all sales (Ex GST) go directly to the Cancer Council as a donation.

The trackable has its own Geocaching Icon and number prefix: RL

Relay For Life is an overnight community fundraising event where we come together in a relay style walk / run to;

  • Celebrate those who have survived cancer
  • Remember loved ones lost
  • Fight Back to find a cure

It is a festival of hope. It brings people from all walks of life together for a night of fun, entertainment, celebration and remembrance.

Why do we Relay?

Every 5 minutes, another Australian is diagnosed with cancer. While survival rates are improving every day, cancer remains the leading cause of death. Every dollar raised at Relay For Life helps Cancer Council to:

  • Research new ways to prevent, detect and treat cancers.

  • Educate people in your community about the ways they can reduce their cancer risk.

  • Advocate to influence government policy.

  • Support cancer patients and their families during their cancer journey.

Who can participate?

Everyone is invited to Relay. You can have up to 15 team members, including your nominated team captain. This is an event for people of all ages and all levels of fitness. Relay For Life is suitable for everyone, and anyone can join in the fun!

For more information about Relay For Life please visit www.relayforlife.org.au or phone 1300 65 65 85.

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David Freeman from Taree, NSW on Dec 28, 2013
We wanted to contribute to this worthy cause as well as walking this year. Every little bit counts - it's a bit like 'one cache at a time'!

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