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Dad's Deckies - Fishing For Funds To Help Find A Cure

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$1,415 of AUD $1,000 team's target.

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Dad's Deckies - Fishing For Funds To Help Find A Cure

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Hello Dear Friends and Family,

As you would know, finding a cure for melanoma is close to our hearts which is why we are asking you again this year to support us for ‘Melanoma March’, held on the 15th of March at Coolangatta (starting from 6:30am).

Dad’s Deckies is all about honouring our father, and partner to create a legacy in his memory in a manner in which we know would make him proud by hopefully helping others.

We have set ourselves a goal to raise vital funds for melanoma research and we need your help with a donation, big or small or even just your encouragement.

Donations are sent directly to Melanoma Institute Australia.

Every little bit helps to reach our target.

This is a great cause and can help change the future for thousands of Australians diagnosed with melanoma each year.

If you are able to make a donation please click "Donate" to make a secure online donation. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and you will be issued with a receipt via email as soon as you make a donation. We also welcome anyone who would like to join our team and participate in the march with us.

Thank you so much for your support! It means so much to us.

With Thanks,

Denise, Anna and Caitlin

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    Melanoma Institute Australia (Melanoma March)

    Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the goal of zero deaths from melanoma, a goal we aim to achieve through innovative, world-class research, treatment and education programs.

    It is expected that there will be over 15,000 melanoma diagnoses in Australia in 2019. Melanoma is the third most common cancer in Australian men and women, and the most common cancer affecting 15 to 39-year-olds. In 2019, it is predicted that there will be over 1,700 deaths from melanoma - that is one Australian every five hours.

    Recent advances in treatment pioneered by MIA clinicians and researchers have tripled the life expectancy for advanced melanoma patients.

    When you support a friend, family member, or colleague who is fundraising on our behalf, you're taking steps to beat this killer disease.

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