News Archives | RAH Research Fund
News September 2020

Thank you CRAB Bluey’s SA

The extraordinary team from CRAB Bluey’s SA have been raising funds for cancer research at the Royal Adelaide Hospital since 2005 and… Read More

News September 2020

It’s time to get organised!

It’s hard to believe, but 2021 is fast approaching. Do you already have appointments for next year? Then it’s time to get… Read More

News September 2020

Today is RU OK Day

Today is RU OK Day, our national day of action when we remind everyone that every day is the day to ask… Read More

News September 2020

Scrubs takes part in our ‘Go the distance Challenge’

Scrubs certainly stepped-up his fitness campaign to take part in our ‘Go the distance Challenge’ in support of our nurses.  Scrubs ended… Read More

Fathers Day
News September 2020

Happy Father’s Day

Today is Father’s Day and we would like to send a big shout out and acknowledge all the wonderful dads out there… Read More

Charity
News September 2020

International Day of Charity

Today is International Day of Charity and we want to thank our wonderful supporters who have helped us raise funds for life-saving… Read More

Entertainment
News September 2020

Purchase your Entertainment membership and support the RAH Research Fund

Purchase your Entertainment membership by Saturday 13 September and the RAH Research Fund will receive an additional $10 for all Single City… Read More

Prostate
News September 2020

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

In Australia, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. *In the time it takes you to read this, another South… Read More

News August 2020

National Stroke Week

More than 56,000* strokes will be experienced by Australians this year – that is one stroke every 9 minutes. Today is the… Read More

News August 2020

Today is Daffodil Day

The hope of a cancer free future means so much to the *150,000 Australians diagnosed with cancer each year, as well as… Read More

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