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By Jessica Anstice

Berwick Pharmacy and Eden Rise Pharmacy got behind the footy colours day on Friday, 7 September.

“We all had our usual great fun and our fundraising continues on beyond the day, with raffles, jelly bean competition and the design your footy jumper competition until the AFL grand final day,” Berwick Pharmacy and Eden Rise Pharmacy retail manage Jaki Crow said.

During the month of September, Aussies are encouraged to show their true colours in support of kids with cancer.

With more than 800 Australian children and young people diagnosed with cancer every year, Footy Colours Day raises much needed funds for Fight Cancer Foundation’s education support programs across Australia.

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