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Peak health bodies recommend new approach to sunscreen use

The peak bodies responsible for sun safety advice in Australia and New Zealand have adopted a new policy on sunscreen use, recommending that people apply it daily as part of a regular morning routine.

Apply for SunSmart Status Online

Stop - before you apply Before your early childhood centre (ECC) or primary school applies for national SunSmart status please search and view our ACT SunSmart database to see if it is already an active member of Cancer Council ACT's National SunSmart Early Childhood Program or National SunSmart Schools Program...

Walking the Talk this Relay

Associate Professor Anneke Blackburn is one person who firmly believes in giving back wherever possible.

Gifts in Wills

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.

In Memory

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

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.

Planting Hope on City Hill to Launch Daffodil Day Appeal

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.

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