Our Partners

AMRF is proud to be working closely with our wonderful Partners, who share our vision to promote awareness, sun safety and helping us achieve our fundraising goal for much needed funds for Research. These partnerships can ultimately change outcomes and future statistics. So please support Bright Eyes, Avenel Hats and CapHat by purchasing their products, then you also become part of the vision. 

Avenel Hats

AMRF is delighted to be partnering with Avenel Hats and working together to help raise awareness and much needed funds for melanoma research. For fifty years Avenel Hats have supplied both the large and small retail stores throughout Australia with the latest in headwear. Their Headwear collection for each season is sourced from UK, Italy,

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Pyramid Shades

AMRF is happy to introduce Pyramid Shades as a new partner in 2020. Pyramid Shades brings together an eye capturing design with convenience, ease of use and sun-protective fabric – a sunshade you will want to take everywhere with you. Fabric UPF Rating: 30+ and ARPANSA certified. A donation is made to AMRF with each

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Cap Hat

Meet Bernie Sharrad, founder and inventor of CapHat who is partnering with AMRF as we share a vision to disrupt predicted Skin Cancer statistics, not just in Australia, but globally! A CapHat® is an Award winning, unique, one size fits all attachment that simply goes over your favourite Cap or Hat to provide ultimate sun

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BrightEyes

AMRF, Rocko’s, Mangrove Jacks & Stiletto – a perfect fit! We’re so excited to be partnering with Rockos Mangrove Jacks & Stiletto through Liaise International & BrightEyes to help raise awareness and much needed funds for melanoma research. Show your support by buying these AMRF co-branded polarised sunglasses – check out the great range of

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Thank you to the following companies:

Did you know...

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PEOPLE DIE FROM
MELANOMA
IN AUSTRALIA
EVERY SINGLE
YEAR
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NEW CASES OF
MELANOMA
ARE DIAGNOSED
EVERY YEAR
IN AUSTRALIA
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MORE THAN 90% OF MELANOMA CASES CAN BE SUCCESSFULLY TREATED IF DETECTED EARLY
0 %
OF ALL SKIN
CANCER DEATHS
IN AUSTRALIA
ARE FROM
MELANOMA
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