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Host a BarbeCURE for cancer research

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Every day, all day Thursday 15 October 2020 to Sunday 16 May

We've stopped shaking hands but we won't stop curing cancer

We’ve stopped doing a lot of things this year, but we haven’t stopped raising money to support Australia’s brilliant young cancer researchers.  

With the weather warming up, it’s time to grab your tongs and aprons – BarbeCURE season is back!

So, we’re asking you to turn your next barbecue into a BarbeCURE – an Aussie barbie that raises money for cancer research. 

Big, small or virtual they do two things we really need right now: bring people together and help us continue to fund life-saving cancer research. 

One Australian is diagnosed with cancer every twelve minutes. Funds raised from your BarbeCURE will support our young cancer researchers who are working tirelessly to ensure this is the last generation to die from cancer.

In four years, BarbeCURE has raised an incredible $839,000! Help us reach $1 million this summer to continue funding the next generation of brilliant scientists.

Don’t stop curing cancer

Find out more and register today

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