Fight Cancer Foundation’s Footy Colours Day is a national community fundraising event which helps kids with cancer keep up with school.
Thank you to everyone who has hosted a Footy Colours Day event this year! Now is the time to make a difference for kids with cancer by donating your money.
We're extending the season so that nobody has to miss out on the celebrations - so you can still register to host a Footy Colours Day event at your workplace or school, just donate your funds by 31 December!
HOW IT WORKS
REGISTER AN EVENT
Pre-heat the oven, mark a date in your calendar and register your workplace or school today.
WEAR YOUR COLOURS
Host a virtual or socially distanced morning or afternoon tea, an action packed end of term celebration or simply wear your footy colours with pride!
MAKE A DONATION!
The money you raise funds Fight Cancer Foundation's education support programs which helps kids with cancer keep up with school.
Eleanor was diagnosed with a type of blood cancer when she was 5 years old.
"Hosting a Footy Colours Day is a great way of supporting the education support program and it’s a way of helping kids with cancer, like Eleanor, keep up with their education so that they can get back to their lives after." - Meredith, Eleanor's mum
Footy Colours Day is a great way to bring your community together for a bit of footy fun (or friendly rivalry) while making a difference in the lives of kids with cancer. Join thousands of other workplaces and schools by wearing your footy colours this September!
Host a footy themed (and covid safe) morning or afternoon tea, encourage some workplace banter or friendly rivalry and bring everyone together for a good cause!
Fire up the BBQ for an action-packed end of term celebration, play games and activities and teach your students the importance of helping others!