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Adobe Systems – Australia, Fundraiser Cancer Council

Sadly many people’s lives have been affected by cancer in one way or another. Some of us are survivors, others might have lost loved ones to the disease. Once a year Adobe’s Australian team is involved in a fundraiser event. This year all proceeds will go to the Cancer Council Australia, which in turn aims to actively partake and fund cancer research, prevent and control cancer, and provide information and support to those people affected by cancer.

The Adobe “Daffy Dills”-team is trying to raise at least A$20,000 for the Cancer Council Australia this year and organising:

You’re already an expert but would want to contribute?

And if you happen to be somewhere else in the country, then your donations could be either towards a Raffle (and you can win some Adobe software!) or Just a Donation.

On behalf of the Adobe team and the Cancer Council: Thank You for your support.

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