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We need to raise at least $1 Million to SUPPORT CHILDREN with cancer, & THEIR FAMILIES. All you need to do is get a pie in the face and donate.

If everyone gives a little… it will be a lot!

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‘The Childhood Cancer Association provides ongoing and practical hands on support for children living with cancer, and their families’

The Childhood Cancer Association is one of Australia's key childhood cancer support organisations, dedicated to providing professional tailored support to children living with cancer, and their families.

Support is tailored - to meet the individual needs of each family; ongoing – from diagnosis, throughout treatment and beyond, and available for the entire family – the child with cancer, siblings, parents, grandparents and extended family.

Key services and support (all delivered free of charge) include: professional counselling, daily hospital visits, sibling support, accommodation for country/interstate families, respite accommodation for all families, home tutoring and bereavement support.

The Childhood Cancer Association relies solely on the generous support of the community, to enable it to continue to provide vital services and support to families in need.

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WHO WE SUPPORT

Vaughn's Story

'During a very traumatic time in our lives, our whole family was required to relocate interstate for 3-months to Sydney for our daughter’s stem-cell transplant.'

Chris with son Thomas

Chris' Story

'When Thomas received his initial diagnosis at six months old, someone told us to liken the journey to a marathon, not a race. But it is much more than a marathon, it’s an ultra-marathon. For Thomas that’s meant 5 surgeries, 40 odd MRI’s about 35 general anaesthetics and 100’s of hospital appointments. Thomas finished his latest round of chemotherapy in April 2015, but he will continue to receive treatment for complications caused by the tumour for many years.'

Ed with his Mum

Ed's Story

'For about 3 years now I have been building a strong relationship with the Childhood Cancer Association. Everyone involved has a genuine want to help and support on such a personal level. Childhood Cancer Association has provided me with unconditional support in every way possible, and I couldn’t be prouder in endorsing their cause. They were there for me during my darkest time.'

June & Dennis

June's Story

'My name is June. My husband Dennis and I joined the Childhood Cancer Association bereaved grandparents support group nine years ago after losing our adored youngest grandson Tom. He was fifteen years old and had fought brain tumours so bravely for thirteen and a half years.'

Vaughn's Story

'During a very traumatic time in our lives, our whole family was required to relocate interstate for 3-months to Sydney for our daughter’s stem-cell transplant.'

Chris with son Thomas

Chris' Story

'When Thomas received his initial diagnosis at six months old, someone told us to liken the journey to a marathon, not a race. But it is much more than a marathon, it’s an ultra-marathon. For Thomas that’s meant 5 surgeries, 40 odd MRI’s about 35 general anaesthetics and 100’s of hospital appointments. Thomas finished his latest round of chemotherapy in April 2015, but he will continue to receive treatment for complications caused by the tumour for many years.'