A highlight of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, Red Apple Day (Wednesday 22nd June) sees Australians young and old support the work of Bowel Cancer Australia through the purchase of a $2 Apple Pin Ribbon and apple themed fundraising activities.
Thank you for choosing to support Bowel Cancer Australia through your Red Apple Day fundraising activity.
Using this website you can create your own fundraising webpage in just minutes and invite everyone you know to make an online donation to Bowel Cancer Australia in support of your Red Apple Day fundraiser.
Each fundraising page has its own unique website link, which you can include in your promotional posters/flyers, send via email or put on your social networking sites (e.g. Facebook & Twitter), inviting everyone to donate.
Every online donation is recorded on your fundraising page along with any special messages from your friends and family.
Apple pins and other Bowel Cancer Australia merchandise can be made available for events, further details of these items can be found on the Bowel Cancer Australia Online Store.
Please contact us on (02) 9923 8269 or send us an email for further details, or to talk through your fundraising ideas.
Bowel Cancer Australia works to reduce the impact of bowel cancer in our community through advocacy, awareness, education, support and research. We aim to help save lives from this common cancer, Australia's second biggest cancer killer.
Bowel cancer affects men and women equally, of any age. 77 people die every week from the disease, and 1 in 12 of us will receive a bowel cancer diagnosis during our lifetime.
Charity initiatives such as Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, BowelScreen Australia and the Get Your Rear in Gear Program raise awareness among health professionals and the community about the importance of early detection and intervention in the successful treatment of bowel cancer.
Through our 'Peer-to-Peer Support Network', we provide support, resources and advocacy for bowel cancer patients, their carers, close relatives and friends.
To do all this, we rely on public support.
For further information please visit www.bowelcanceraustralia.org.