MPA's Fundraisers

MPA are very grateful to all of the people and organisations who have organised an event or activity to raise awareness about Melanoma.

Either as an individual or part of a group, MPA would love for you to organise an event or activity that raises awareness abotu the impact of melanoma and supports the work we do. Get creative! Host an event, or on your birthday or special occasion ask for donations instead of gifts. You can also set up a tribute page in memory of a loved one, where family and friends can donate and write messages of love and support in lieu of flowers.

Trefoil Guild Fundraiser
A heartfelt thank you to Trefoil Guild for hosting the "Cuppa in the afternoon for Cancer" and raising funds for Melanoma Patients Australia.
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Sports Turf Association
We would like to thank Malcolm Caddies and the Sports Turf Association Queensland for generously donating $1625.00 to MPA.
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A group of women gather to display a quilt for the Colac Quilters Club.
Colac Quilters Club
The generous Colac Quilters Club has donated $5500 to Melanoma Patients Australia from their recent well-supported fundraising event. We would like to thank Jane Elliott, a member from MPA, who has Stage 4 Malignant Melanoma, who received the donation on behalf of MPA and shared her journey with the ladies, explained what MPA does, what our organisation means to her and how we have helped over the last couple of years.
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Lone Star Riders
Congratulations Daniel Roduner and Dwayne Kelly, for breaking the Guinness World Record and raising awareness and funds for melanoma support and research.
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A group of people smile for the camera at the Southport Yacht Club Fundraiser
Southport Yacht Club Fundraiser
A big thank you to the Southport Yacht Club who raised over $2,500 at the annual Charity Sailing Day. These funds were raised to cover vital support services for people affected by melanoma.
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Two people hold a certificate in front of the Quickway logo
Quickway – City2Surf
Every year Quickway participate in the Sydney City2Surf to raise funds for a cause that has in some way affected one of their employees. Team Quickway ran 14km as part of this year’s Sydney City2Surf Virtual Ru. A massive thank you to Quickway for raising over $7,500 for Melanoma Patients Australia.
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