Football is about spirit, strength and the fight to win. Those touched by cancer share a similar journey and need the same strength and courage to win their individual fight.
Footy Colours Day is the Fight Cancer Foundation’s national fundraising event, and is the one day in September to fight cancer and save lives. Footy Colours Day is held on the first Friday of September.
Thousands of Australians unite and don their favourite football team’s colours – AFL, NRL, Rugby Union, Soccer – to help raise money for children living with cancer.
Wear your football team’s colours, guernsey, scarf, beanie and make a donation to the Fight Cancer Foundation.
While the next official Footy Colours Day is Friday 6 September 2013,
if this does not fit into your internal calendar of events, any day around this date can be used.
Footy Colours Day is easy to organise, lots of fun and a great opportunity for corporates, small business, government, schools, clubs and local communities to band together.
Support Footy Colours Day! For more information and to REGISTER for Footy Colours Day please click here
or contact Sophia on 03 9342 7888 or email email@example.com
Send your your favorite Footy Colours Day photo taken at your 2012 fundraiser, and we’ll upload it to our home page. We’ll be changing the photo weekly so send one now!