Send your mate a virtual meat pie this footy season!
Introducing the Footy Colours Day Virtual Meat Pie! Whether it’s sent in camaraderie, or friendly rivalry, send your mate a virtual meat pie to let them know you're thinking of them, while helping kids with cancer.
With the disruptions to the 2020 sport season and everyday life, many Australians are missing their normal footy fix and sharing a meat pie with a mate at a game – enter the Footy Colours Day Virtual Meat Pie!
Add a little sauce to your mate’s day and let them know you’re thinking of them this footy season by sending them a virtual meat pie.
Every virtual meat pie sent equals a donation made to our education support programs which help kids with cancer keep up with school.
Fight Cancer Foundation’s Managing Director, Eric Wright, is excited to launch the new campaign which will bring friends and family together.
“It’s been a tough year for us all, and that’s why it’s more important than ever that we check in on one another and stay connected. Our Footy Colours Day virtual meat pie allows Australians to send a virtual pie to their mates, whether in camaraderie or friendly rivalry, while raising much-needed funds for kids with cancer.
“We need community support this year more than ever to continue to fund our education support programs and the virtual meat pie is a fun way to do that.”
You may not be able to get to the footy with your mates this year, but a Footy Colours Day virtual meat pie is the next best thing! Put a smile on a fellow supporters face, or throw your rival off their game, all while raising funds for kids with cancer. Send a pie here!