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Together we can fight cancer!

Every day, 30 Victorians lose their lives to cancer. At Cancer Council Victoria we are determined to change this statistic, but we need your help!

By supporting Cancer Council Victoria through Run Melbourne, you’ll be funding a research project conducted by Dr Kate Murphy and her team at The University of Melbourne who are looking at reducing heart failure associated with patients receiving chemotherapy treatment.

The results will lead to better treatment approaches and improved health outcomes for cancer patients - could there be a better reward?

Join team Cancer Council Victoria to be part of a group that is taking on the fight against cancer. There are two ways you can get involved.

Register as a Fundraising Champion

If you commit to raising over $1,000 for Cancer Council Victoria, you may secure a Champion place, which comes with an array of benefits that are sure to help you across the line. There are limited places available, so hurry to apply now.

Champion Fundraisers enjoy:

  • FREE entry to Run Melbourne 2017
  • One FREE official race photo package
  • A dedicated wave start position
  • Entry into the Cancer Council Victoria VIP marquee
  • Entry into the champion runner prize draw
  • Beginner or intermediate training guides
  • Access to an exclusive Q&A website with information on running and nutrition
  • A Cancer Council running t-shirt
  • Your very own fundraiser medal
  • One-to-one support from our dedicated fundraising

Apply To Be a Champion

Register as a General Entrant

Not ready to be a Fundraising Champion? General entries are also available for runners.

As a General Entrant member you’ll receive:

  • A Team Cancer Council Victoria running t-shirt when you raise $250
  • Fundraising support from our dedicated team to help you reach your goal

Note: General Entrants will need to purchase a Run Melbourne entry.

Apply as a General Entrant

Thank you! Together, we can make a life-changing difference to the 31,628 Victorians diagnosed with cancer each year.