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August 2019
Thu 1 Aug

Tradies National Health Month

Tradies National Health Month focuses on educating and engaging tradies on the importance of full body health and safety, with handy tips and hints tailored to the needs of a tradie.

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Fri 23 Aug

Daffodil Day

Daffodil Day is one of the Cancer Council’s most loved fundraising events and this year, every daffodil and every donation grows hope – hope for more survivors, hope for better treatments and hope for greater support. As the largest merchandise based event in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s day to support all Australians affected by cancer.

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September 2019
Sun 1 Sep

Steptember

Take 10,000 steps a day for 28 days straight and ask your friends and family to sponsor you along the way. Every dollar you raise helps people with cerebral palsy—a condition that affects movement. That’s why there are lots of other activities that also count in Steptember, such as swimming and cycling. Join teams from around the world and get fit for a great cause.

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Sun 1 Sep

Footy Colours Day

Footy Colours Day is the one day in September that you can fight cancer and change lives. Thousands of Australians unite and wear their favourite football team’s colours – AFL – NRL – Rugby Union – Soccer, to help raise money for children living with cancer. So show your true colours in your workplace, school or club and make a difference to the lives of children fighting cancer, by participating in Footy Colours Day. Wear your football teams colours, guernseys,…

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Sun 1 Sep

Legacy Week

Legacy Week is an important fundraising day for many Australians. Over 100,000 war widows and 1900 children and people with disabilities benefit from the money raised. Many Australians regard this as one of the best times to remember the sacrifice made by many Australian soldiers and their families.

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Sun 1 Sep

National Asthma Week

Activities organised to promote awareness of asthma to the general community – and highlight ways to help people manage asthma. Each state/ territory foundation organises individual events and is run during the first week of Sept each year.

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Sun 1 Sep

Wattle Day

Wattle Day is oriented towards the future, encompassing positive virtues in the celebration of Australia and the Australian spirit.

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Sun 1 Sep

Dementia Awareness Month

Dementia Awareness Month runs from 1 September to 30 September every year. The purpose of Dementia Awareness Month is to encourage Australians to become dementia-aware, have a better understanding of what it is like for a person to live with dementia, and ultimately be encouraged to create communities where people with dementia are supported to live a high quality of life with meaning, purpose and value.

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Mon 2 Sep

Women’s Health Week

Women’s Health Week is a week aimed at encouraging women to take the time to focus on their health and wellbeing. The week includes events in communities around Australia as well as online resources including motivating videos and practical tips and information from experts and ambassadors.

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Tue 10 Sep

Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) is now held every year on 10 September. On this day, numerous events, conferences, campaigns and local activities call to public attention one of the world’s largest causes of premature and unnecessary death – suicide.

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