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Get involved with Docklands relay

30 Oct 2014

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The Docklands Relay for Life is back again next year and the organising committee is seeking support from Docklands’ residents and workers.

First held in 2013, the annual event has raised more than $202,000 for the Cancer Council.

The 2014 event in February saw 460 people across 35 teams take to Etihad Stadium for the relay.

The 2015 event will be held on Tuesday, March 10 and a target of $115,000 has been set.

The Docklands event involves an eight-hour relay and includes a candlelight ceremony, where participants and their families can reflect and pay tribute to loved ones affected by cancer.

Local Relay for Life spokesperson Cris Lumley said it could be difficult to know how to help someone who is facing cancer, however there were many ways of providing meaningful support.

“When residents and local businesses play a role in next year’s Docklands Relay for Life, they will be helping fund practical support to those facing cancer in the community,” she said.

“Money raised through Relay for Life helps the Cancer Council Victoria to fund research, implement prevention programs and provide support services for those affected by cancer.”

To join the Docklands Relay for Life event you can form or join a team, volunteer or contribute to fundraising activities.

Visit http://ccau.convio.net/site/TR?pg=entry&fr_id=1902 to register.

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