Dress up like a pirate, bring your treasure, and raise money for kids’ brain cancer research.
Pirate Day in May is a national annual campaign to raise awareness and much-needed funds for childhood brain cancer.
Schools have the choice of running their Pirate Day on any day in May and can register their schools online.
Childhood brain cancer kills more Australian children than any other disease. Treatment for childhood brain cancer has changed very little over the last thirty years – and, therefore, survival rates haven’t changed much either.
Funds raised on the day are allocated to scientific studies to find better treatments, and ultimately a cure for childhood brain cancer.
Raise funds for this worthy cause whilst having fun. Register your school now at piratedayinmay.com.au