REGISTER NOW FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN!
We're challenging YOU to brave the shave or colour your hair on Bandanna Day (Friday 28 October) to support young people impacted by cancer.
Register to Cut, Colour or Cover your hair this Bandanna Day and help young Aussies stand up to cancer!
Thanks to our Principal Partner, Chatime, everyone who registers for the Bandanna Day challenge will be automatically entered into the draw to win a luxury 2-night staycation for you and your bes-tea at a Hilton hotel (including breakfast and parking) AND a year’s supply of Chatime!
Once you have registered, we will send you details on how to redeem a FREE regular Frui-tea at your local Chatime T-Brewery.
*Full terms and conditions apply.
Pick your challenge below and let's stand up to cancer!
Whether you are cutting your hair before treatment, shaving your head in support of a friend or just want to raise money for those impacted by cancer, your fundraising will make all the difference.
Colour your hair, beard or moustache the Canteen blue or green colours with temporary hairspray or make a more permanent change.
Challenge yourself to wear a bandanna during the month of October to show your support for the 23,000 new young people who face the challenges of cancer every year. How many ways can you wear it?
How it works
Register and pick your hair challenge (Cut it, Colour it, Cover it).
How does Canteen help young people?
Counselling and individual support
Canteen counsellors are specially trained to understand the challenges cancer brings. Young people can share thoughts or feelings that other people in their lives might not be able to relate to.
Peer support and programs
Life can feel pretty lonely when you’re trying to deal with cancer. Through Canteen, young people can meet other young people living with cancer who totally get what they’re going through.
Youth Cancer Services
Youth Cancer Services provide specialist, age-appropriate treatment and support for young cancer patients aged 15-25. This service is supported by federal funding administered by Canteen as well as state and territory government funding.
Health professionals play a vital role in supporting young people living with cancer. Canteen works with health professionals to provide vital information on how best to support young people facing a cancer journey. Canteen is also committed to conducting high quality cancer research and evaluation to develop the most effective ways of helping young people affected by cancer.