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A visit from Jordan Lewis
On 24 May, Melbourne Football Club midfielder and Footy Colours Day ambassador, Jordan Lewis, visited The Royal Children’s Hospital as part of Victorian Education Week.
Footy Colours Day season is underway
Footy Colours Day season has already kicked off for some schools, with Gulgong High School in New South Wales becoming one of the first teams to show their true colours in 2017.
Footy Colours Day 2016
In 2016 almost 334,000 people united in the fight against cancer by wearing their team’s colours with pride to their club, workplace or school.
Fangear gets behind Footy Colours Day 2016
Fangear have a special offer running throughout September to support kids living with cancer.
Get 10% off all 2016 footy team gear when you use the code FCD10 at checkout and Fangear will donate 10% to Footy Colours Day! Go to www.fangear.com and wear your team colours with pride.
The kids behind Footy Colours Day
Fight Cancer Foundation organised two very special meetings for football fans Imojen, 13, and Brendan, 12, with AFL star Adam Treloar and Footy Colours Day ambassador Shannon Cole from the Western Sydney Wanderers.
Making a special appearance and surprising the kids was Fight Cancer Foundation's very own Bo Bear.