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Associate Professor Anneke Blackburn is one person who firmly believes in giving back wherever possible.
A Will to fight cancer… a way to give beyond your lifetime. Where there’s a Will, there’s a way to fight cancer. Cancer will touch our lives in some way.
Honour your loved one When someone close to you passes away, a gift to Cancer Council ACT can be a meaningful tribute to your loved one. It is also a way to express hope that we will one day beat cancer.
Workplace giving enables local employees to give directly to Cancer Council ACT from their pre-tax pay. It is one of the simplest, most tax-effective and cost-effective way to donate. Employers can show staff that they support the choices they make by matching funds donated by their employees.
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Hope comes in many forms and this August Canberrans travelling south along Northbourne Avenue will be reminded of the importance of hope for people affected by cancer.