Shaun Mannagh, Max Holmes and Ollie Dempsey help promote Dare To Hope.

Geelong and Hawthorn have joined forces to raise funds ahead of this year's Dare to Hope match which will directly assist in the research and support in the fight against pancreatic cancer.

Both clubs are giving their fans and members the opportunity to bid for an exclusive offer - a 10-guest table at their respective president game-day functions - for a home game of their choice to use across the remainder of the 2024 season.

Proceeds of this auction will be donated to the Dare to Hope: Paul Dear Pancreatic Cancer Fund.

It comes as Hawthorn is set to hold its third annual Dare to Hope match, aims to carry on the legacy of Hawthorn great Paul Dear, who sadly passed away following a battle with pancreatic cancer in 2022.

Dear played 123 games in the brown and gold, culminating in his 1991 Norm Smith Medal performance, as the Hawks claimed the Premiership over West Coast at Waverley Park.

The auction is now live, to make a bid, please visit the following links:

Hawthorn -

Geelong -

The auction will close on Thursday 4 April 2024 at 7pm (AEDT).

To learn more about the Dare to Hope message, click HERE.