Our April newsletter was sent out earlier this week to all our members, here's a copy to read at your leisure! If you would look to receive this in your inboxes, simply sign up to the Online Community.


Welcome to the April edition!

Welcome to the latest edition of the Cancer Council Online Community news.


Thank you to those that gave your input last month on what to name our 'General Discussion' forum. After reviewing the submissions, our larger team decided upon 'Have a chat' as a new name for that forum.


We'd also like to extend a warm welcome to all our new members, we look forward to seeing you in the community soon.


Introduce yourself


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Whether you're new to the Online Community or a seasoned veteran, we'd love to get to know you better.

If you have a few minutes to spare, be sure to stop by our Introductions thread in the forums and tell us a little bit about yourselves.


Please don't be shy!


Expression through writing

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Creative writing is an incredible outlet for many people, and can be amazing way to explore your cancer journey.


We invite you to read the incredible submissions posted by some of our members in recent weeks or perhaps you would like to contribute something of your own?


Webinar: How do we care for the Carer?


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Caring for someone with cancer involves managing both your own physical and emotional needs and those of the person you are caring for.


Our next webinar takes place on Thursday, the 26th of April from 7pm-8pm and is free to attend.

It works across all devices and if you are unable to attend, we welcome you to register your interest regardless, as you will be sent a link to view at your leisure after the webinar has concluded.


Kind Regards,

Kate and the Online Community team

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