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616 community events listed
1 May 2021 - 31 May 2022
Today

Neurofibromatosis Awareness Month

The aim of Neurofibromatosis Month is to provide information to the community and to healthcare and educational professionals, so that they will better understand what Neurofibromatosis (NF) is. This will enable them to accept and provide support to those affected by NF.

31 July 2021 - 31 July 2022
(date to be confirmed)

Schools Tree Day

Planet Ark
Each year around 250,000 Australian school students participate in Schools Tree Day - a special National Tree Day event just for kids. It's a great opportunity for children to learn about nature, get outside and have fun at the same time. This Schools Tree Day, all schools and their students are encouraged get involved and plant some trees for a healthier planet!
National

1-31 August
Today

Tradies National Health Month

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and Steel Blue
Tradies National Health Month focuses on educating and engaging tradies on the importance of full body health and safety, with handy tips and hints tailored to the needs of a tradie.
National

1-31 August
(date to be confirmed)

MS Readathon - One month challenge

Multiple Sclerosis Limited (MSL)
The MS Readathon is a reading-based fundraiser run by Multiple Sclerosis Australia (MSA). It encourages people of all ages to read and improve their literacy whilst at the same time raising their community awareness and empowering them to make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.
National

1300 677 323
1-31 August
Today

National Tick Awareness Month for Pets

NexGard
National Tick Awareness Month for Pets is intended to raise awareness amongst pet owners about the importance of preventing ticks, including paralysis ticks. The month aims to educate owners and encourage them to talk to their vet about risks of ticks and how they can be prevented.

1 August - 31 October
Today

Great Northern Clean Up

Clean Up Australia
The Great Northern Clean Up, an event of Clean Up Australia, takes place during the months of August, September and October - a time of year which is more suitable for communities living in the tropical North.
Since the campaign started in 2009 more than 30,000 volunteers have removed the equivalent of 1,800 ute loads of rubbish from 813 sites north of the Tropic of Capricorn. This year the event is taking place during the months of August-October when an estimated 3,851 volunteers have already removed around 277 ute loads of rubbish from 126 sites across northern Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland.
National

02 8197 3412
25-31 August
(date to be confirmed)

Speech Pathology Week

Speech Pathology Australia
Speech Pathology Week is the annual week to raise awareness about communication and swallowing disorders, as well as the work of speech pathologists.
National

30 August - 5 September
(date to be confirmed)

National Stroke Week

National Stroke Foundation
National Stroke Week raises awareness of stroke which Australia's second single greatest killer, with over 60,000 strokes occurring every year. Get involved and hold an activity in your community to support the national campaign.
National

1800 STROKE (787 653)
Tuesday 31 August
(date to be confirmed)

International Overdose Awareness Day

The Salvation Army Crisis Services
Overdose Awareness Day is a commemorative day which acknowledges individual loss and family grief when loved ones have suffered overdose and are either permanently injured or have lost their life. The day also aims to raise awareness about overdoses from the use of both licit and illicit drugs.
International

Wednesday 1 September

Gold Bow Day

The Australian Thyroid Foundation
The ATF Gold Bow Day highlights the increase in thyroid cancer and gives support to thyroid cancer patients undergoing Radio-Active Iodine Treatment.
National

Wednesday 1 September

Wattle Day

Wattle Day Association
Wattle Day is oriented towards the future, encompassing positive virtues in the celebration of Australia and the Australian spirit.
National

Wednesday 1 September
(date to be confirmed)

Footy Colours Day

Fight Cancer Foundation
Fight Cancer Foundation's Footy Colours Day is a national community fundraising campaign that helps kids with cancer keep up with school. Join thousands of Australians by wearing your favourite team's colours and hosting an event at your school, organisation, group or club to raise much needed funds!
National

1-7 September

Spina Bifida Awareness Week

Spina Bifida Foundation of Vic (inc)
Spina Bifida Awareness Week aims to increase awareness of the disease that affects roughly 5,000 Australians.
VIC

1-7 September
(date to be confirmed)

National Asthma Week

Asthma Foundation of Victoria
Activities organised to promote awareness of asthma to the general community - and highlight ways to help people manage asthma. Each state/ territory foundation organises individual events and is run during the first week of September each year.
National

1-7 September
(date to be confirmed)

Spinal Cord Injuries Awareness Week

Independence Australia (formerly known as ParaQuad Victoria)
Raising awareness and prevention of spinal cord injury. It is held in the second week of November all around Australia.
National

1300 704 456
208 Wellington Street
COLLINGWOOD VIC 3066
1-7 September
(date to be confirmed)

Legacy Week

Legacy
Legacy Week is an important fundraising day for many Australians. Over 100,000 war widows and 1900 children and people with disabilities benefit from the money raised. Many Australians regard this as one of the best times to remember the sacrifice made by many Australian soldiers and their families.
National

1-8 September
(date to be confirmed)

Adult Learners Week

Adult Learning Australia
Australia's only national celebration and promotion of all forms of adult learning.
National

1-30 September
(date to be confirmed)

Big Heart Appeal

Heart Foundation
The Heart Foundation saves lives and improves health through funding world-class cardiovascular research, guidelines for health professionals, informing the public and assisting people with cardiovascular disease. As a charity, the Heart Foundation relies on donations and gifts in wills to continue our lifesaving research, education and health promotion work.
National

1-30 September

Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month

WomenCan
Every year in Australia more than 6,500 women will be diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer and around 2,000 will die. WomenCan is the fundraising arm of the peak research organisation - Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG). During September the 'Save The Box' campaign raises awareness for cancer research. Many women are uncomfortable talking about their gynaecological parts. However, by understanding, taking early action and through research we improve life for women now and in the future.
National

1-30 September

Social September

Reach
Social September encourages us all to press pause in September - disconnect from our digital lives and reconnect with each other, and ourselves. The aim is to create spaces for face-to-face social connection, promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.
National

0404 177 749
1-30 September

Australian Dystonia Awareness Month

Dystonia Network of Australia Inc. (DNA)
Providing a pathway to support, information, literature and community awareness for adults and children living with dystonia and their carers and health providers.

1-30 September

Save the Koala Month

Australian Koala Foundation
Save the Koala Month aims to raise awareness and funds for the conservation of wild koalas and their habitats.
National

1-30 September

Dementia Awareness Month

Alzheimer's Australia
Dementia Awareness Month is the national flagship month for Alzheimer's Australia's community awareness activities. There will be events and activities held around the country to broaden understanding of dementia-friendly communities during Dementia Awareness Month.
National

1-30 September

Biodiversity Month

The Department of the Environment and Heritage
Biodiversity Month is held in September each year. The Department of the Environment and Heritage provides support throughout the year with a variety of resources for local groups promoting biodiversity.
National

1-30 September

Starlight Movie Month

Starlight Children's Foundation
Starlight Movie Month is a chance for your colleagues, family, friends and neighbours to raise funds for seriously ill children and their families.

1-30 September

Australian Dystonia Awareness Month

Dystonia Network of Australia Inc. (DNA)
Providing a pathway to support, information, literature and community awareness for adults and children living with dystonia and their carers and health providers.
National

02 4784 3368
1-30 September

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month is held throughout September.The national event is used to raise awareness of the importance of mens health, and regular prostate checks.
National

1-30 September

Debris Month of Action

Project AWARE
Project AWARE Foundation is a growing movement of scuba divers protecting the ocean planet - one dive at a time. More than six million tons of marine litter is estimated to enter the ocean each year, and scuba divers are doing their bit to battle this silent killer. During September, action is ramped up in order to combat the growing marine debris problem and inspire year-round action to remove, report and prevent underwater debris.

1-30 September

Foster Care Month

The primary aim of Foster Care Month is to raise the profile of fostering in the wider community by promoting the great work done by existing substitute care services in both the Government and non-Government sectors. The month also creates an opportunity to focus on the secondary aim of increasing recruitment by highlighting the ongoing need for the recruitment of appropriate foster care families
National
1-30 September

Liptember

Liptember Foundation
Liptember is a campaign raising funds and awareness for women's mental health during the month of September. All funds raised during the month of September are donated to the Centre for Women's Health and Lifeline.
National

1-30 September

Dystonia Awareness Month

Australian Dystonia Support Group (ADSG)
Dystonia Awareness Month aims to raise awareness of dystonia - a neuroligical movement condition which causes unccontrollable movements, twisting ro muscle spasms and pain. There are different forms of dystonia which can also affect a person's speech and swallowing.
National

1-30 September

Blue September

Australian Cancer Research Foundation
Blue September is a nationwide awareness and fundraising initiative about all the cancers that affect men - not just prostate and testicular cancer, but also bowel, lung, liver, pancreatic and other cancers. The campaign aims to raise funds for Australian Prostate Cancer Research and Australian Cancer Research Foundation charities to raise men's awareness of cancer and help them to reduce the risk of developing and dying from cancer by making better lifestyle choices and seeking help sooner rather than later.
National

Thursday 2 September

Indigenous Literacy Day

Indigenous Literacy Foundation
Indigenous Literacy Day aims to help raise funds to raise literacy levels and improve the lives and opportunities of Indigenous Australians living in remote and isolated regions. We need your support to help raise funds to buy books and literacy resources for children in these communities.
National

Thursday 2 September
(date to be confirmed)

National Health and Physical Education Day

The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) Inc
National Health and Physical Education (HPE) Day has been designed to raise awareness of, and advocate for, a greater focus of HPE in our schools. If you are a teacher, why not take your class outside for a lesson or organise a PE-related excursion? Schools, why not plan a fun run or walk for your students? If you are a parent, why not walk home with the kids or take them to a nearby park for some play time after school?
National

(08) 8352 3288
2-8 September

National Landcare Week

Landcare Australia

It's National Landcare Week from 2-8 September, a time for all Australians to acknowledge and reflect on the great work being carried out by over a hundred thousand volunteers who give up their valuable time to care for this great country we call home.

Landcarers across Australia grow our food, look after our environment, care for our coastlines, and protect our native animals. National Landcare Week was created to celebrate our hardworking Landcarers who are fostering a better environmental future for all.

NSW

02 9412 1040
02 0412 1060
Level 3, 6 Help Street
CHATSWOOD NSW 2067
Friday 3 September

Walk To Work Day

Diabetes Australia
Now in its 23rd year, Walk to Work Day, on Friday 3 September 2021, helps employers and employees build regular walking into their daily routine and, at the same time, support a worthwhile cause. This year, the event continues to support Diabetes Australia. Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day promotes regular walking as a healthy activity and that will help people reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes (better physical, mental and social health) and raise funds for Diabetes Australia.

Friday 3 September
(date to be confirmed)

Badge Day

Legacy
Badge Day is part of Legacy Week. Iconic badges are offered as a token of appreciation for the donation made by the public. Legacy is dedicated to caring for the families of deceased and incapacitated veterans. Today Legacy's caring and compassionate service assists over 100,000 widows and 1,900 children and dependants with a disability.

Saturday 4 September

PKD Awarenesss Day

PKD Australia
PKD Awareness Day raises awareness for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), which is the most common life-threatening genetic disorder of the kidneys and affects around 1 in 1000 people which is more than 25,000 Australians. People with ADPKD will develop multiple fluid filled cysts in their kidneys, as cysts grow and enlarge both kidneys, kidney function declines.
National

Saturday 4 September

World Sexual Health Day

World Association for Sexual Health
In 2010, the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) called all their organisations to celebrate, on each September 4th, World Sexual Health Day in an effort to promote a greater social awareness on sexual health across the globe.
International

4-12 September
(date to be confirmed)

History Week

History Council NSW
History Week is a significant event that engages local communities on the NSW cultural calendar. Each year members of the History Council of NSW collaborate to host events that explore a particular theme in a variety of formats. From talks to exhibitions, tours to online engagement, there is something for everyone.

Sunday 5 September

International Day of Charity

United Nations
Charity contributes to the promotion of dialogue, solidarity and mutual understanding ‎among people. The day is commemorated by encouraging charity, including through education and public awareness-raising activities.
International

Sunday 5 September

Father's Day

The best day to celebrate all fathers across the world and to show your appreciation for them.
Sunday 5 September

MS Melbourne Cycle

MS Melbourne Cycle
The MS Melbourne Cycle is the perfect opportunity to get on your bike with friends or family and explore Melbourne while showing your support for people living with multiple sclerosis (MS).

5-11 September
(date to be confirmed)

National Child Protection Week

NAPCAN
National Child Protection Week has been coordinated by NAPCAN, with the support of the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs since 1990.

The campaign aims to engage and educate all Australians to understand they have a part to play in keeping our children and young people safe from violence, abuse and neglect.
National

Monday 6 September
(date to be confirmed)

World Duchenne Awareness Day

Save Our Sons
Save Our Sons is the peak body for Duchenne in Australia fighting for a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy - a severe muscle-wasting condition that affects one in every 3,500 boys. Girls can also be born with Duchenne, but this is very rare. The most common form of muscular dystrophy in children, Duchenne has no cure and no one survives.
International

6-8 September

Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is a Jewish celebration that is commonly referred to as Jewish New Year. It is a time of casting off sins and preparing for a new year.
International
6-10 September

Women's Health Week

Jean Hailes for Women's Health
Jean Hailes Women's Health Week is a week aimed at encouraging women to take the time to focus on their health and wellbeing. The week includes events in communities around Australia as well as online resources including motivating videos and practical tips and information from experts and ambassadors.
National

6-10 September

Women's Health Week

Jen Hailes - Women's Health
Women's Health Week is the biggest week in Australia focusing on good health and wellbeing for women and girls. Run by Jean Hailes for Women's Health, the campaign takes a preventive approach to health by providing resources, tips and information on maintaining good health, inspiring women and girls to learn more and take action.
National

03 9453 8975
6-12 September
(date to be confirmed)

Kidney Health Research Walk

Kidney Health Australia
Dress in red attire or fancy dress and walk (or run) to support Australians affected by kidney disease. Walks are held across Australia and you can even Host Your Own! Visit www.kidney.org.au for more information and to become involved.
National

6-12 September
(date to be confirmed)

Kids Teaching Kids Week

Kids Teaching Kids
Kids Teaching Kids Week is a free, national, inquiry based, peer teaching program that uses the environment as a theme and focus for learning. Students of all ages find solutions to complex environmental problems such as climate change, water, waste, conservation, energy, drought, population and pollution. Students research, develop and then perform songs, comedy, dance routines, poems, plays and experiments for their classmates to deliver their messages about the environment.
National

6-12 September
(date to be confirmed)

National Organic Week

Centre for Organic and Resource Enterprises
National Organic Week Australia (NOW) is a week of targeted media and locally-held activities designed to increase awareness of the benefits of organic products and farming production systems and accelerate the uptake of these in the wider Australian community and environment.
National

6-12 September
(date to be confirmed)

Spinal Injury Awareness Week

Australian Spine Injury Awareness
Every day in Australia someone's life changes in an instant due to a spinal cord injury. The week is relevant not only to people living with spinal cord injuries, their families and friends; but the broader community, venues and business.

6-12 September

Idiopathic Hypersomnia Awareness Week

Hypersomnolence Australia
The most important annual event for Idiopathic Hypersomnia is the International Idiopathic Hypersomnia Awareness Week® hosted by Hypersomnolence Australia. It is held annually in the first full week in September.
International

PO Box 5278
ALGESTER QLD 4115
Tuesday 7 September

World Duchenne Awareness Day

Duchenne Foundation
World Duchenne Awareness Day (WDAD) is held on the 7th September to raise awareness for those affected by Duchenne and Becker Muscular Dystrophy. The date of WDAD (7/9) refers to the 79 of the exons of the dystrophin gene. This is the same gene responsible for producing the dystrophin protein, in charge of maintaining muscle cell structure and function. Duchenne occurs due to a mutation in the dystrophin gene, consequently the protein is not produced. As a result, muscles are not able to function or repair themselves properly, over time this compromises muscle function completely.
International

Tuesday 7 September

Threatened Species Day

Department of the Environment
National Threatened Species Day (each year on 7th Sept) is held to encourage the community to help conserve Australia's native fauna and flora. Take action to prevent further extinctions by restoring healthy numbers of endangered species and ecological communities.
National

7-12 September
(date to be confirmed)

Include a Charity Week

Include a charity
Include a Charity Week is a national awareness campaign to encourage more Australians to consider including a charity when preparing, or next updating their Will.
National

Wednesday 8 September
(date to be confirmed)

Tara Day (Buddhism)

The eighth of every month is Tara Day. Tara is a female Buddha, whose name means Rescuer; she is the embodiment of swift compassion. If we rely upon Tara sincerely and with strong faith, she will protect us from all obstacles and fulfill all our wishes.
Wednesday 8 September

International Literacy Day

United Nations
Today one in five adults are illiterate, which causes many social and educational issues. International Literacy Day is a reminder of the importance of literacy.
International

Thursday 9 September

International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day (FASDAY)

National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Syndrom and Related Disorders (NOFASARD)
On the ninth day of the ninth month every year, people all around the world gather for events to raise awareness about the dangers of alcohol use during the nine months of pregnancy and the plight of individuals and families living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).
International

fasday.com/
Friday 10 September
(date to be confirmed)

R U OK? Day

R U OK Foundation
Are You Ok Day is an annual national day of action that aims to get Australians, right across the entire spectrum of society, connecting with friends and loved ones, by reaching out to anyone doing it tough and simply asking: "Are you ok?" talking about suicide with someone at risk actually reduces the chances of them taking their life. It is the one thing we can all do to make a real difference. R U OK ? Day is about prevention, preventing little problems turning into big problems.
National

Friday 10 September
(date to be confirmed)

White Balloon Day

Bravehearts
White Balloon Day is Bravehearts' key annual awareness and fundraising campaign to protect Aussie kids from child sexual assault.
National

Friday 10 September

Out of the Shadows and into the Light

Lifeline
Suicide is the leading cause of death for Australians under the age of 44. Lifeline believes we all have a role to play in suicide prevention.

For World Suicide Prevention Day, get involved by joining a walk or organising a walk in your local community.

National

13 11 14
Friday 10 September

World Suicide Prevention Day

United Nations
World Suicide Prevention Day is about bringing together communities, researchers, practitioners and politicians, clinicians and those in government, individuals with lived experience and those bereaved by suicide, to demonstrate a commitment to reducing the incidence of suicide in Australia, to raise awareness of this significant national challenge and to share information about ways to effectively take action as individuals and a community.
International

Sunday 12 September

United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation

United Nations
Developing countries have the primary responsibility for promoting and implementing South-South cooperation, not as a substitute for but rather as a complement to North-South cooperation, and in this context reiterating the need for the international community to support the efforts of the developing countries to expand South-South cooperation.
International

Wednesday 15 September
(date to be confirmed)

Lyme Gladiolus Day

The Karl McManus Foundation
The Karl McManus Foundation holds Lyme Gladiolus Day to raise awaresnees of Lyme disease in Australia. It is also a major day for the foundation's National Lyme Disease Appeal, which aims to raise $1 million for research into Lyme disease in Australia, and to raise public awareness of Lyme disease, its causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention.
National

Wednesday 15 September

International Day of Democracy

United Nations
The International Day of Democracy provides an opportunity to review the state of democracy in the world. Democracy is as much a process as a goal and only with the full participation of and support by the international community, the national governing bodies, civil society and individuals, can the ideal of democracy be made into a reality to be enjoyed by everyone, everywhere.
International

15-16 September

Yom Kippur - Jewish

Yom Kippur is the Jewish day of atonement.
International

Thursday 16 September
(date to be confirmed)

Pet Promise Day

Safe Pets Safe Families Inc
A lot of pets get surrendered or euthanised for reasons that could have been avoided or preventable, so we have created Pet Promise Day, a national awareness day that will bring about awareness and education that will help people understand what it takes to own a pet and picking the best pet for them. This will help reduce the number of pets being surrendered or euthanised and complement our charity's cause.

Thursday 16 September

International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer

United Nations
This commemoration around the world offers an opportunity to focus attention and action at the global, regional and national levels on the protection of the ozone layer. All Member States are invited to devote this special day to promotion, at the national level, of concrete activities in accordance with the objectives and goals of the Montreal Protocol and its Amendment.
International

Friday 17 September

Australian Citizenship Day

Australian Government
The day is an opportunity for all of us to take pride in our citizenship and reflect on the meaning and importance of being Australian. It is a chance for all of us to think about the events and people that shaped our nation. We also reflect on the role we play in building Australia and shaping our future.
National

Friday 17 September
(date to be confirmed)

Bright Pink Lipstick Day

Pink Hope
Bright Pink Lipstick Day aims to raise awareness of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer in the community and raise funds for Pink Hope to be able to continue to offer programs and support services for those at risk of breast and ovarian cancer.

17-19 September
(date to be confirmed)

Clean up the World Weekend

Clean up Australia
Clean Up the World partners with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to inspire and empower communities to "clean up, fix up and conserve their local environment" through carrying out initiatives ranging from waste removal and tree planting to water and energy conservation projects. Clean Up the World and its participating organisations mobilise an estimated 35 million volunteers from 120 countries annually.
International

Sunday 19 September

National Thank A Cop Day

National Thank A Cop Day is your opportunity to make them feel valued and loved. On the 19th September annually is the community's chance during Police Week to personally thank each and everyone of them. In recent times there is ample evidence that they are doing it tough as the job becomes more demanding and individuals lose respect for them in aggressive ways. Make them feel appreciated and special citizens on this day through our actions.
National
Sunday 19 September

Talk like a Pirate day

International Talk Like A Pirate Day falls on September 19th every year - a chance for anyone to talk like a pirate.
International

Monday 20 September
(date to be confirmed)

Sustainable House Day

Alternative Technology Association
Open the door to sustainable living by touring some of Australia's most environmentally progressive homes, on show on Sustainable House Day.
National

20-26 September
(date to be confirmed)

Meat Free Week

Ethical Eats Ltd
Every march, meat free week encourages you to think about how much meat you eat and the impact eating too much has on your health, the environment and animals. At the same time, you'll also raise money for some very worthwhile charities.
National

Tuesday 21 September

World Gratitude Day

On World Gratitude Day we should focus on what we are grateful for and appreciate what we have, rather than what we want or think we need. It's possible that we can keep our unnecessary and frivolous consumption at bay too.
International
Tuesday 21 September

World Alzheimer's Day

Alzheimer's Australia
World Alzheimer's Day, September 21st of each year, is a day on which Alzheimer's organizations around the world concentrate their efforts on raising awareness about Alzheimer's and dementia. Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, a group of disorders that impairs mental functioning. At the moment, Alzheimer's is progressive and irreversible.
International

Tuesday 21 September

International Day of Peace

United Nations
The United Nations' International Day of Peace - marked every year on September 21 - is a global day when individuals, communities, nations and governments highlight efforts to end conflict and promote peace.
International

Wednesday 22 September

World Carfree Day

World Carfree Network
World Carfree Day aims to encourage people around the world te leave their cars at home for the day. The World Carfree Network promotes a global carfree culture.
International

Wednesday 22 September

World Rhino Day

WWF-South Africa
World Rhino Day celebrates all five species of rhino: Black, white, greater one-horned, Sumatran and Javan rhinos.
International

Friday 24 September

World Maritime Day

United Nations
World Maritime Day is a UN awareness day for issues concerning the maritime industry.
International

Sunday 26 September

Mesothelioma Awareness Day

mesothelioma.com
Mesothelioma is a rare, aggressive form of cancer that develops in the lining of the lungs, abdomen, or heart. Caused by asbestos, mesothelioma has no known cure and has a very poor prognosis.


Sunday 26 September

Mesothelioma Awareness Day

The Mesothelioma Center at Asbestos.com
On this day, patients, caretakers, family members, doctors, and friends help promote the work that health care teams are doing to raise awareness about mesothelioma and how to prevent it. Supporters wear blue and may wear mesothelioma awareness wristbands or ribbons. Mesothelioma Awareness Day has been uniting survivors, caregivers, and loved ones by honoring those affected by this rare disease.

Sunday 26 September

World Rivers Day

World Rivers Day is observed globally every year on the last Sunday in September. Rivers may make up only about 0.2 percent of all the fresh water worldwide but their importance is priceless. This day encourages citizens to get actively involved to ensure the future health of our rivers.
International

Monday 27 September

World Tourism Day

United Nations
World Tourism Day represents an opportunity to address how tourism can help build tolerance and understanding worldwide by serving as a catalyst for communication and exchange between the different cultures of the world.
International

Monday 27 September

National Police Remembrance Day

Australian Federal Police
The National Police Remembrance Day honours the memory of those police men and women who have given their lives in the service of the community.
International

27 September - 2 October
(date to be confirmed)

National Op Shop Week

National Op Shop Week seeks to raise awareness of the important role of charity op shops in our community and
  • boost donations of quality clothing and household goods to charity op shops
  • boost charity op shop sales
  • recognise the tremendous work of the volunteers and staff dedicated to supporting their charity op shop.
National

Tuesday 28 September
(date to be confirmed)

Hug a Vegan Day

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Vegans are doing the planet, animals, and themselves a huge favor by ditching animal products and leading cruelty-free lives instead. Whether you're vegan yourself or you've got a friend, classmate, or family member who's vegan, share the love! Pledge to give hugs and spread compassion this "Hug a Vegan" Day.
International

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