Go dry this July and support Cancer Council NSW.
This year, funds raised through Dry July will go towards supporting our two new projects.
Through your fundraising efforts we will be able to support the 1 in 2 Australians affected by cancer in their lifetime.
Message from CEO Jim L’Estrange
As you know, Daffodil Day is one of Australia’s best known events and has raised over $133 million nationally for life-saving cancer research, support services and prevention programs, which is a fantastic achievement.
But more than this, Daffodil Day is a special day where we proudly show the daffodil, and the hope that it represents, across the whole NSW community.
All of this is possible only thanks to people like you – we couldn’t do it without the support of thousands of volunteers on the day and a community that gives so generously.
If you’re a long-term supporter of Daffodil Day, thank you for your dedication, passion and contribution over the years and I hope you’ll join us again this year.
If you’ve never participated before, I really encourage you to get involved. Daffodil Day is a great opportunity for us interact face-to-face with the community and thank them for supporting the work of Cancer Council NSW.
For more information about Daffodil Day 2016 and to get involved, click here.
Cancer Council NSW webinars are online seminars you can watch on your computer or mobile device.
Webinars enable many people – in different geographic locations – to share a common experience in real-time and to interact via chat with the presenters and participants.
Our webinars are recorded, enabling you to view the webinar at your convenience after the live event.
All registrants are emailed a link to the recording, a copy of the relevant Powerpoint, and a list of resources for future reference.
Updated ‘Understanding Cancer’ publications
Cancer Council is pleased to release a new online fact sheet – Understanding Anal Cancer.
Each year about 400 people across Australia are diagnosed with this cancer. The fact sheet provides evidence-based information about the risk factors for anal cancer; the symptoms; how it is diagnosed and treated; and suggested questions for your medical team.
To download this and all the other information resources listed below, go to: cancercouncil.com.au/publications
New booklet editions
Understanding Bladder Cancer
Understanding Chronic Leukaemia
Exercise for People Living with Cancer
Cancer of the Unknown Primary
Cancer Care and Your Rights
Sexuality, Intimacy and Cancer
Fertility and Cancer
Latest eBook titles
In addition, new eBook editions are now available to download to read on your iPad, tablet or eReader, including:
Understanding Skin Cancer, Understanding Chronic Leukaemia, Understanding Surgery, Emotions and Cancer, and Sexuality, Intimacy and Cancer.
Have you completed the Volunteer Expectations course yet?
Volunteer Expectations is a 20 min online course for all existing and new volunteers. It covers our Code of Conduct and what to do if you encounter fraud, bullying and harassment, or discrimination.
We know many people have been volunteering at Cancer Council NSW for a long time so will already be aware of some of this, but it’s important to us to keep all volunteers up to date with the latest information.
If you haven’t already done so, jump online to complete the course at cancercouncil.ecreators.com.au and log in with your email address. If you’ve forgotten your password, simply request a new one.
Contact Kate Angelucci 02 9334 1913 or email email@example.com if you need any help.
Cancer Council Conversations Blog
The Cancer Council Conversations Blog brings you the latest from experts in the fields of cancer research, prevention and support.
Find out how to help reduce you and your family’s risk of cancer, information about managing cancer and survivorship, our research discoveries and stories from our volunteers and supporters.
Currently featured articles include:
Cancer Council NSW research
With your help, a total of 77 vital cancer research projects were funded in 2015.
In 2016, we announced that an additional $12.5 million would be awarded to 14 research teams who are starting brand new research endeavours.
Metro Sydney news
Greater Western Sydney news
Hunter Central Coast news
Northern NSW news
Western NSW news
Southern NSW news
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Relay For Life news
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