While we’d normally be asking you to Walk for Hope with us at major capital city events, we now invite you to UNITE FOR HOPE with us across the nation in our online event that continues to inspire our community and create change for the cause.
Each week, 218 Australians are diagnosed with an upper GI cancer. With some of the lowest survival rates out of all the major cancers, Unite for Hope is about helping create greater awareness and action to fuel progress that improves outcomes.
HELP raise awareness, funds and spirits at this difficult time.
Choose an activity that inspires hope or brings joy – undertake your activity on SUNDAY 31 MAY from 8am – 8pm – participate in memory or in support of a loved one affected by an upper GI cancer and share these beautiful moments with our amazing community.
Join us for a day of action as we unite to raise vital funds for Pancare Foundation.
We are thrilled that this can now be a national event, allowing us to unite in solidarity from Melbourne to Mackay, Perth to Port Macquarie, from driveways to backyards, from dining rooms to decks, get involved anywhere you can!
There are countless activities you can undertake in isolation – if you are stuck for ideas we’ll be posting some of our top picks on Instagram and Facebook – we’d love to hear your ideas – in the meantime here are some of our favourites.
SET YOURSELF A PHYSICAL CHALLENGE:
ENJOY A HOME-BASED ACTIVITY:
And importantly, don’t forget to tag us in these special moments!! @pancarefoundation #pancareuniteforhope .
Whatever you choose to do, know that others just like you are uniting across the nation to help raise awareness and funds for Australians impacted by upper GI cancers.
Let’s stay united, stay safe, and take care of one another.
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