National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week 2016

Awareness week 2016

National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week 2016 was held from November 7-13 2016. The week aims to raise awareness about cervical cancer and encourage Australians to engage in the conversation about cervical health. As well as creating conversation, funds from the week  went towards our CerviCAN Support Program. In 2017, our focus was to raise funds for the appointment of a Cervical Cancer Support Coordinator to provide support for Australian women and families affected by cervical cancer.

What’s happened in Awareness Week 2016?

ACCF’s National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week has grown to include fundraising and awareness events Australia wide.

The 2016 National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week, hit the road!

National Cervical Cancer Awareness WeekACCF took the Cervical Cancer Awareness Program for Schools (CCAPs) to regions we haven’t been able to reach before! During the week ACCF headed out to schools and community groups to talk to them about HPV and cervical cancer prevention.

QLD
Ipswich
Toowoomba
Warwick
Beaudesert
Gold Coast
NSW
Wollongong
Goulburn
Nowra
Canberra
VIC
Melton
Ballarat
Geelong
Terang & Cobden

Thank you to Hyundai Help for Kids for helping make the road trip happen!

Many other large and small events happened across Australia during National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week. These included:

  • Events at Parliament House Queensland and Parliament House Canberra in the lead up and during Awareness Week.
  • Trivia Night – the wonderful Riarna will be hosted a Cervical Fight Annual Trivia Night in Adelaide on Friday November 11th
  • Light up events will be happened all over Australia
  • For the first time about 25 of ACCF’s overseas program partners host their own events to show their commitment to the elimination of cervical cancer.

Host your own event

Be a part of this year’s awareness week by hosting your own event! To get ideas or register an event, check out this page.

If you would like to be kept up to date with activities and events in the week, please follow the ACCF’s Facebook page or email Leisa AshtonUp-to-date-01-01

ACCF is always looking for more organisations to partner with us to spread the message of cervical health this awareness week. To find out how, check out the partnership opportunities or sponsorship packages.

ACCF would like to acknowledge and say thank you to our Community Partners for the 2016 Cervical Cancer Awareness Week:


Have a look at our previous years here:
2015
2014

Together we can eliminate cervical cancer.

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