Help the All-Stars reach their goal

By Cancer Council Victoria

Campaign Completed on
11-03-2018

{{ shares.facebook + shares.twitter | thousands }}

Total shares

Victory Against Cancer

On Saturday 24th February, the All-Stars will take on the Victory Fans team in Victory Against Cancer at AAMI Park, proudly supported by Melbourne Victory Football Club, to raise much needed funds for Melanoma research.

Help the All-Stars reach their Goal

Melbourne Victory and Cancer Council Victoria have joined together to host this event for football fans to experience something exciting and make a difference in the fight against cancer. Now entering its fourth year, Victory Against Cancer promotes the importance of health and physical activity through playing sport, whilst raising vital funds for world-class cancer research.

Victory Against Cancer provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take to the AAMI park pitch with fellow Melbourne Victory fans, players and celebrities.

Winners will play a training match with Melbourne Victory at Gosch’s Paddock in the week prior to the event. They will also receive a one of a kind Victory Against Cancer Melbourne Victory kit to wear on the big day, as well as entry to the A-league game immediately following the Victory Against Cancer match.

More than 31,600 Victorians are diagnosed with cancer every year. At Cancer Council Victoria, we are determined to change this statistic – but we need your help.

By taking part in Victory Against Cancer, you’re ensuring that we can continue our life-saving work in funding cancer research.

With your support and dedication, you can bring us one step closer to a cancer-free future – what better reward could there be?


Help the All-Stars reach their goal to fight skin cancer by donating today.


About Cancer Council Victoria

Cancer Council Victoria is a non-profit organisation that has been leading the fight against all cancers for 82 years in the areas of research, patient support, cancer prevention and advocacy. For details visit www.cancervic.org.au, or to speak to our experienced cancer nurses call Cancer Council 13 11 20. This is a confidential service for anyone after cancer information or support.

    {{ giver.full_name}}

    {{ giver.created_at }}

    ${{ giver.don_amount }}


    Offline donation

Team Members

Cancer Council Victoria

Loading...