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Take on a Challenge

Taking on a challenge event can be a great way of supporting our work, and we’ve rounded up some exciting ideas below. These are just examples, and we’d welcome your support through any event you take on – there are so many to choose from across Australia! It’s super simple to get involved.

  1. Pick your challenge
  2. Create your fundraising page here
  3. Register directly to your event
  4. Get started!

Any questions? Would like to discuss an idea or event? Get in touch at contact@rarecancers.org.au or call us on 02 4862 2768. 

If you would like to donate to someone already taking part in one of these fantastic events for Rare Cancers Australia, you can donate here.

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Sunday Age City2Sea

VIC, Melbourne, Sunday 12th November 2017
Join us for the Sunday Age City2Sea - giving participants the option of 15km, 5km or the exciting New Relay Course 

Summer is just around the corner and pre-season is underway, it’s time to get focused and get fit by challenging yourself at Melbourne’s most exciting fun run. Be a part of this iconic event and help raise much needed funds for the 52,000 Australian's diagnosed with a Rare or Less Common Cancer this year.

Register for the event here 

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Knight Frank Point to Pinnacle

Tasmania, Hobart, Sunday 19th November 2017
Take part in the world's toughest half marathon to the peak of Mt Wellington, or the 10km Point to Pub 

Run or walk up Hobart's iconic Mt Wellington in the world's toughest half marathon to raise much need funds for Rare Cancers Australia, helping us advocate for fairer access to medicines for Australian's living with a rare or less common cancer.

Register for the event here

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The Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run & Cole Classic

NSW, Sydney, February 3rd & 4th 2018
Participate in the iconic Cole Classic, with a 1km, 2km or 5km swim - or the Sun Run, with both 10km and 7km distances

Swim or run to help support Australian's battling Rare and Less Common Cancers, by raising much needed funds. With a myriad of courses in both the running and swimming events, there is an event suitable for all levels of fitness.

Register for the event here 

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Rottnest Channel Swim

Western Australia, Rottnest Island, Sunday 24th February 2017
Swim the 19.7km course from Cottesloe Beach to Rottnest Island 

Take part in this highly regarded open water event to support the important work of Rare Cancers Australia. The swim starts at Cottesloe Beach, and finishes up on Rottnest Island nearly 20km away, on their biggest day of the year. There is also a 3km and 1km option 'Cotto Swim' that you can alternatively be a part of, giving everyone the opportunity to be part of the fun and excitement on the day.

Registration for the event opens soon!