16
Nov
2018

Decembeard Australia – Get Ready to Grow!

Bowel Cancer Australia

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Get ready to grow - Bowel Cancer Australia’s annual Decembeard® campaign starts in two weeks!

Bowel cancer is Australia's second deadliest cancer and around 1 in 11 Aussie men will develop the disease in their lifetime.

That’s why we’ve dedicated the month of December to raising much needed funds and awareness for bowel cancer in men.

Real beards or fake beards. Young beards or old beards. Long beards or short beards.

Anyone can get involved in Decembeard® and there are no complicated rules.

Now in its sixth year, Decembeard® Australia is a hair–raising fundraiser that encourages men to grow a beard or take a Beard Challenge, raise funds and help us beat bowel cancer.

Women and children can also take part in Decembeard® Australia by hosting a fundraiser throughout December.

Get Chin-spired! 

Grow a beard, sponsor someone who is, or get your friends involved by creating a team and make yourself the captain.

Share your beardspiration and fundraise together! 

Are you ready to grow? Register now at Decembeard® Australia.

Decembeard® Australia's goal is to have a lasting impact on our health future - where no one dies of bowel cancer and all those diagnosed receive the support they need.

For further details and to get involved head to decembeard.org.au


Me, My Beard and Why – Share your story and help us beat bowel cancer

Would you like to share your bowel cancer story to help raise awareness?

To help challenge misconceptions associated with bowel cancer we need your help to spread the word.

Whether you are living with bowel cancer, beyond bowel cancer or know someone who is, we want to hear from you!

To share your story, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with Me, My Beard and Why (for men) or Me, Decembeard and Why (for women and children) in the subject line or submit your details using our contact us web form

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