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About Bandanna Day

National Bandanna Day is the major fundraising and awareness campaign for CanTeen Australia. Held on the last Friday in October, this powerful campaign has generated over $30 million to support young people affected by cancer. In the last three years alone, the National Bandanna Day message reached 20 million Australians and 1.2 million of them supported the campaign by purchasing merchandise.
 
CanTeen helps young people cope with cancer in their family. Through CanTeen, they learn to explore and deal with their feelings about cancer, connect with other young people in the same boat and – if they’ve been diagnosed themselves, we provide specialist youth-specific treatment teams. 
The National Bandanna Day team would like to really thank you for your support and for making a difference to the lives of young people living with cancer!

How does my support help young people living with cancer?

10 Bandannas

Provides a young person with one hour of professional or online counselling

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30 Bandannas

Half a box of bandannas provides six young people with an information resource to guide them through the challenges of living with cancer

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60 Bandannas

A whole box means that two young people can attend a recreation day, which allows them to take a break from the daily pressures of living with cancer

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120 Bandannas

Two boxes covers the assessment of three young people, where their emotional wellbeing is monitored over a course of time from first becoming a member of CanTeen and six months down the track

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How does my support help young people living with cancer?

10 Bandannas Provides a young person with one hour of professional or online counselling
30 Bandannas Half a box of bandannas provides six young people with an information resource to guide them through the challenges of living with cancer
60 Bandannas A whole box means that two young people can attend a recreation day, which allows them to take a break from the daily pressures of living with cancer
120 Bandannas Two boxes covers the assessment of three young people, where their emotional wellbeing is monitored over a course of time from first becoming a member of CanTeen and six months down the track