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Coles Express Round Up Week

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Coles Express: Rounding up support for families with cancer this Christmas

Redkite Week at Coles Express has become an incredibly dynamic, fun and engaging community fundraising initiative, raising much-needed funds for Redkite families.

For Coles Express team members, Redkite Week is a celebration of team camaraderie and allows them to show their passionate commitment to Redkite’s families who have been devastated by their child’s cancer. 

During the week of 7-13 December, customers have the option to round up any purchase at Coles Express sites to the nearest dollar to help Redkite provide essential financial and emotional support for families doing it tough with cancer, especially in the lead up to Christmas.

Please show your support to families with cancer, by rounding up your purchase at any of the 714 Coles Express sites around the country and donating it to Redkite.

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Mother, father and teenage son, baby son and four-year-old son who has cancer

News
16th Dec

A little Coles Christmas cheer at the end of a tough year

Christmas came early for nearly 2000 families when they received a special gift from Coles.

A little Coles Christmas cheer at the end of a tough year

Christmas came early for nearly 2000 families when they received a special gift from Coles.

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Community
26th Oct

Trek for kids with cancer crosses finish line

Two mothers, who walked for 740kms and 23 days through South Australia for their daughter Natalie’s dying wish to pay it forward for others, arrived at the Royal Adelaide Hospital on 23 October.

Trek for kids with cancer crosses finish line

Two mothers, who walked for 740kms and 23 days through South Australia for their daughter Natalie’s dying wish to pay it forward for others, arrived at the Royal Adelaide Hospital on 23 October.

News
23rd Nov

A day in the life of a hospital-based social worker

News & media A day in the life of a hospital-based social worker When a child with cancer is admitted…

A day in the life of a hospital-based social worker

News & media A day in the life of a hospital-based social worker When a child with cancer is admitted…

Community
23rd Nov

Trek for kids with cancer crosses finish line

News & media Trek for kids with cancer crosses finish line Team Vari finish their 23 day, 740km childhood cancer…

Trek for kids with cancer crosses finish line

News & media Trek for kids with cancer crosses finish line Team Vari finish their 23 day, 740km childhood cancer…