Danny Clayton & A Slew Of Aussie Stars Strip Off To Raise Skin Cancer Awareness

Danny Clayton & A Slew Of Aussie Stars Strip Off To Raise Skin Cancer Awareness
B&T Magazine
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Charity Skin Check Champions is on a mission to encourage all Aussies to strip off for skin cancer.  

The campaign aims to raise vital funds and awareness for a national skin check program for high-risk communities.

The campaign builds towards National Skin Cancer Action Week. The charity aims to flood social media with skin, starting a much-needed national conversation about the importance of getting checked and the need for a national skin check program, making skin cancer history.

Casey Burgess

The charity’s Founder and CEO Scott Maggs, said: “The idea is to show some skin to save some skin. Turning something you do when you normally get a skin check, into something that can help other Aussies get checked too.”

Some brave ambassadors took to social media yesterday to debut the campaign, such as presenter Danny Clayton, actress Suzan Mutesi and musician Casey Burgess who have already created nationwide ‘skinspiration’, to help elevate the issue of skin cancer and inspire people to get a skin check.

Suzan Mutesi,

Everyone is encouraged to take part because this cancer does not discriminate. “The more people who sign up, the more lives we’ll save,” says Courtney Mangan, a stage four melanoma survivor who finishes the ad by saying, “I’m stripping off for a skin check because it saved my life”.

Faces of the campaign include Actress Suzan Mutesi, Aussie surfer Beau Walker, dancer Mel Ree, NRL player Jackson Garlick, presenter Danny Clayton, stylist Jeff Lack, Olympic athlete Elana Withnall, musicians Casey Burgess, Art vs Science’s Jim Finn, Byron Baes’ Saskia Wotton and Dave Frim and skin cancer survivors Hayley Bourke, Anne Gately and Courtney Mangan who can all be seen shedding their clothes for various activities to help raise funds and awareness and help other Aussies do the same.

To take part, simply sign up at sofsc.com.au, book a skin check via the clinic finder, and then post photos or videos showing a little skin, encouraging everyone who sees them donate. 




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