Pirate Day

Help turn the tide on childhood brain cancer

Dress up like a pirate, bring your treasure and raise money for kids' brain cancer research. To find out more, make an enquiry or register your Pirate Day visit pirateday.com.au or call Kimberley on 02 8394 7711.

About Pirate Day

Pirate Day is an annual national day of dressing up to raise awareness and much-needed funds for childhood brain cancer.

Since 2015, Pirate Day has raised over $360,000 for childhood brain cancer research.

#PirateDay2021 is Friday 14 May but you can choose any day or days that suit you and your pirate crew!

Where the funds go

Funds raised through 2021 Pirate Day will be directed specifically to Dr Raelene Endersby's scientific investigation into immunotherapy for children with brain cancer.

Get to know more about Raelene’s research.

 

FAQs

  • How can I register or find out more information?

    Register here or give Kimberley a call on 02 8394 7711 to find out more!

  • Where do the funds go?

    Funds donated to Pirate Day are allocated to childhood brain cancer research through The Kids' Cancer Project. This year, funds will be directed to Dr Raelene Endersby's scientific investigation into immunotherapy for children with brain cancer. Get to know more about Raelene’s research.

  • Who can host a Pirate Day?

    Everyone! Schools, Early Learning Centres, Businesses and Community Groups often host Pirate Days as do small groups of friends.

    We have resources for educators and trivia questions for adults and lot's of decorations for everyone!

  • What date is Pirate Day?

    This year, The Kids' Cancer Project is setting sail for Pirate Day on Friday 14 May 2021. However, you can choose any date in the year to host your Pirate Day - just choose a day or days that suit you and your crew!

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