You may have heard about Footy Colours Day, but if you want to take part - or even help organise the day for your company or school - you'll want to know more. Read on.
It's a fun and easy way to raise much-needed money for kids fighting cancer. All you have to do is wear your favourite footy team's colours for a day. more >
There are more than 800 Australian kids who are diagnosed with cancer every year. Joining in Footy Colours Day can make a massive difference to their lives. more >
While the Fight Cancer Foundation runs a number of programs, nearly all the money raised from Footy Colours Day goes to support our 'Back on Track' program. more >
Rabia, Shea and Michon each have their own unique story about how they were able to continue their schooling whilst receiving cancer treatment, and what the support meant to them. more >
The Fight Cancer Foundation is a registered charity, dedicated to providing care, treatment and support to people with leukaemia and other cancers. more >