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Essendon and children's cancer charity Challenge joined forces ahead of the 2017 Clash for Cancer match against North Melbourne. 

Challenge is a not-for-profit organisation that provides daily support for children and families living with cancer or a life-threatening blood disorder from the time of diagnosis, through treatment and beyond.

The partnership between the Essendon Football Club and Cancer Council Victoria partnership has helped raise in excess of $1 million for cancer research.

The $1 million mark was passed during the Moonee Valley Relay For Life. The 2009 Relay was also the largest in the history of the event, with 52 teams across the community participating.

 

Boots For All is a not-for-profit organisation, which collects quality, second-hand, and new sports equipment for redistribution to disadvantaged teams across Australia.

Click here to learn more about Boots for All

 

The mission of the Bully Zero Australia Foundation is to provide genuine and enduring care for bullying victims and their families. We exist to identify and empower bullying victims, to support and stand side by side with them, their families and friends in taking action and creating permanent positive change.