Friday, 22 November 2013

Cure For Life's Christmas campaign

What’s the silliest Christmas present you’ve ever been given?

A kitchen appliance you’ll never use? 

Scented soaps? 

Ties you’ll never wear?

It’s that time of year when we’re all trying to come up with good ideas for Christmas presents. 

It’s not always easy though and many of us end up spending money on silly presents. 

In fact, Australians spent $475 million on unwanted gifts last year.

Brain cancer research is seriously underfunded. Yet brain cancer kills more children than any other cancer. 

This year, the Cure For Life Foundation is asking people to give something meaningful and donate to support brain cancer research. 

Imagine what even a fraction of that $475 million could achieve. 

There are three ways you can give something meaningful this Christmas:

Donate online 

Give a donation as a Christmas gift to someone 

Donate what you’ll get back in refunds when you return your unwanted gifts in January!

Watch the Cure For Life Foundation's video

What's the silliest Christmas presents you’ve received?