Join the Charge to tell cancer where to go!
The March Charge is a fun 31 day fitness challenge that has an enormous impact on how cancer is researched and treated.
Just by walking or running for Cancer Council this March, and raising funds, your workplace will be helping us Charge ahead with cancer research.
It’s the perfect opportunity for your staff to get away from the screens, get active and improve overall health and wellbeing. You could organise lunch runs, walking meetings, or fitness sessions via zoom. It’s your Charge and your choice.
Create teams within your workplace by department, unit, or branch to get some friendly competition between colleagues happening!
So, go on, join the thousands of Aussies Charging this March. Get your workplace together. Set your fitness goals. Charge all the KMs you can and raise funds to help people impacted by cancer.
Our team will be here to help along the way with resources and support.
Let’s tell cancer where to go!
How it works
Decide on your personal KM goal for the month of March.
Share your Charge and raise funds for cancer research.
Get active through March and track your KMs as you go!
How other workplaces Charge
Learn why they Charge and what it means to them.
Our workforce is spread right across Australia, and the world, and participating in The March Charge gives our people a great opportunity to connect with their teammates from all over our business while developing healthy habits, and telling cancer where to go.
- Brooke Dwyer; Qantas Group Wellbeing Manager
Raine & Horne Helensburgh
We saw The March Charge pop up on Facebook and all thought 'what a great way to help others'.
We currently have 5 staff members, and we're all involved. Together we would like to raise at least $3,000 and complete at least 85kms but at the rate, we are going with donations and motivation I hope we can smash this!
- Tracey and the Raine & Horne Helensburgh team
Meet the Cancer Council NSW Stepidemiologists team
You don’t have to be fit to get involved. The March Charge is all about being more physically active than you normally would be. Even spending as little as 10% more time each week doing the exercise you love best (or loath least) is enough to result in long-term healthy habit change and long-term health improvements.
We’re all looking forward to the chance to Charge together again this year. We spent so many months of last year only seeing each other on-screen that it’ll be so nice to get out, reconnect and shift those COVID-kilos together.
- Marianne, Team Captain