The inaugural GIRLS ONLY FESTIVAL proved to be a huge success for both the organizers and our foundation. Again our free show bags had a lot more goodies including our important awareness information.
Thanks to EGO Pharmaceuticals we had a range of sanples to give out
Sun Sense daily face SPF 50+ with an invisible tint finish was extremely popular,
Including Sun Sense anti-aging moisturising sunscreen also SPF 50+.
This was our 5th awareness day at the annual Spring Into Gardening event held by Stonnington Council, we are grateful to have the opportunity to spread the awareness message of the fastest growing cancer in the world MELANOMA.
Our free show bags which including important information and free sunscreen were well received.
Promoting melanomore awareness at outdoor events and shopping centres, with free sunscreen and free awareness show bags.
Catani Gardens - St Kilda 4th March 4kwalk and 8km timed run
The 6th annual MARCH for MELANOMA at the Catani Gardens ST KILDA was the perfect venue for our growing event that SUPPORTS survivors, REMEMBERS our loved ones and promotes AWARENESS of MELANOMA and SKIN CANCER .
Once again we had perfect weather, with the heavens shining on us. The foundation would like to thank everyone who made the effort and attended this special event. The enthusiastic crowd enjoyed their 4km walk with perfect conditions. It was great to see all the runners complete the 8 km run.
A special thank you to our MC/Comedian Jodie J Hill and all our volunteers who year after year support MARCH for MELANOMA and the Emily Tapp Melanoma Foundation
We would also like to thank all the musicians and entertainers, helping to promote awareness on the day. melanomore concert
MC. Jodie J Hill (Comedian and entertainer)
WADAIKO RINDO (Japanese Drums)
MILLY MOODIE(Ex Idol finalist)
ELLA THOMPSON with AXOLOTL
and FAIRY LOVE HEART
SUN AWARENESS FAMILY DAY @
Lancefield Pony Club - Miller Road Lancefield
GRAND CHARITY BALL "In memory of Don Fell"
Melrose Melbourne Conference & Reception Centre
Cnr. Melrose & Carrick Drive Tullamarine
A very successful night with over 200 attending the Ball.
Power House Rowing Club Ball 2011
Recreating the Power House Dance of the 50's, 60's and 70's
Dance to a Big Band Sound
Promoting Skin Cancer and melanoma awareness with Free information Show Bags.
Victoria Gardens - Prahran
Womens Health EXPO
The Emily Tapp Melanoma Foundation attended the Womens Health Expo organized by The Rotary Club of Keilor and Sponsored by Brimbank City Council.
melanomoreinformation show bags were distributed on the day. The Expo was held at the Historic Keilor Hotel combined with the Rotary Clubs monthly Keilor Market at the Hotel Car Park.
Our 5th annual March for Melanoma was held at Waterfront City, Docklands on the 6th of March. This event is our bookend to summer with this year’s dedication to Men and Melanoma. Australia has the highest rate of melanoma deaths in the world. It is vital that men heed the message and do regular self-examinations that will help to detect new and changing moles. Early detection is vital.
The foundation would like to thank our hard working volunteers, who are there each year, as well as our regular supporters like Associate Professor Grant MacArthur from Peter Mac. Together with his family, Grant has participated in the walk each year. It was very touching to see the fantastic turn out this year, which has gathered momentum with all age groups, showing their support and giving strength to survivors and their families, at the same time helping to promote awareness of this deadly cancer.
Over 600 supporters made the trip to Waterfront City on a magnificent summer’s day. Again, this year friends and family attended the walk to remember RICARDA and show support to other families. A special thank you to Richard’s young friends, Brie Ting age 8 and 6 year old Mylee James, raising $423 from personal sponsorships. This amazing effort and initiative from the girls also helped to promote awareness at the same time.
Congratulations to Brie and Mylee, our top fundraisers
Clinton & Jay interviewed by Brodie Pandora with her supporters - R.I.P. Registration marquee
Selling a new range of Australian designed children's reversible cotton hats
Premiere of EAT PRAY LOVE 8th October
@ The Palace George St.Kilda
Another successful Premiere with Jodie J Hill entertaining and presenting Julia the designer of the new sun protective shrugs, www.sha-de.com also Brodie Young the artist with his amazing paintings.
2. Spring into Gardening - 10th October
This was our third awareness promotion at "Spring into Gardening"
an excellent outdoor event organised by Stonnington Council.
New reversible cotton hats designed in Australia
Saturday 13th March @ Waterfront City DOCKLANDS
4km walk 5.30pm with FREE melanomore concert 6.30 to 9pm
COLOURS of SPRING
Art & Jazz - Sunday 5th April 2009
Skin Cancer Awareness
Free Family Day
ART & JAZZ was our last Melanoma & Skin Cancer Awareness event for Summer 2008/2009.
Inaugural MARCH for MELANOMA AWARENESS – 4th March 2007
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