Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month – a time to support children currently receiving treatment for cancer and remember those who sadly did not survive.

Every year in Australia, 810 Australian children are diagnosed with cancer; of which, one in five children will die.

The Children's Cancer Foundation is wokring to change these numbers.

We fund clinical trials and clinical research programs to turn the tide against cancer, as well as critical family support programs to help children, siblings and parents in their darkest hours.

But we cannot do this alone.

The fundraising and pro bono support which we receive from individuals, businesses and the community is integral to helping us make a difference.

Get involved during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month through supporting one of our many fundraisers, hosting your own event or by making a donation to the Children's Cancer Foundation.

Show your support during September:


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Antonio's First Hair Cut


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Celeste and Mike's Baby Shower


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Fundraising in honour of Cameron

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Lift for the Kids - Training Challenge



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Massive Murray River Paddle


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Tapex Agri Yellow Bales for Cancer