For the second straight year, the Crows are joining forces with EB Research Partnership to help find a cure for Epidermolysis Bullosa, or EB as it is most commonly known.

Members and fans will have the chance to donate to the cause, enter to win a rare Eddie Vedder signed poster, and buy EB Research Partnership merchandise at the Crows’ Round 21 game against Gold Coast at Adelaide Oval.

Former captain Rory Sloane also recently recorded an interview with Eddie Vedder, of American rock band Pearl Jam, who along with his wife Jill and a dedicated group of parents, founded the charity.

Sloane was joined by Brisbane Lions great Jonathan Brown in doing the Vedder interview which will air on Fox Footy at half-time of the match broadcast, while excerpts will also be shown on Adelaide Oval’s big screens and the Crows’ social media channels.


In honor of the Crows and EB Research Partnership collaboration at the Crows’ Round 21 game against Gold Coast EBRP will be giving fans the chance to win a rare Eddie Vedder signed poster. All you have to do to enter is donate $25 or more between August 5th and August 10th.

The winner will be announced via EB Research Partnership email and social media channels next week!

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A cure for EB is within reach

EB Research Partnership is the largest not-for-profit dedicated to funding research aimed at treating and ultimately curing EB, a group of devastating and life-threatening genetic skin disorders that affect individuals from birth. Partner with us in our mission to further life-saving research.


Donate Online: The quickest and easiest way to donate is online using the secure donation form. You will receive your receipt automatically by email.

Donate by Phone: You can call us on  0438 442 263 Monday to Friday, during business hours, to make a credit card donation over the phone. Please provide an email address so we can send your receipt.

Our ABN is 22 615 377 136 and all donations above $2 are tax deductible. Please contact us on for further information.