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We’re proud to be supporting these hospitals and medical research institutes dedicated to improving the lives of children with cancer now and in the future.

“Children’s Cancer Foundation funding is enabling us to implement an innovative paediatric cancer research program. Through this research we are gaining a better understanding of cancer biology and envisage it will translate into targeted, less harmful therapies for children with cancer.” ~ Professor Elizabeth Hartland, Director and CEO 

“Without the advocacy and extensive and long-term funding from the Children’s Cancer Foundation we could not have developed our clinical and research program to the extent that we currently enjoy.” ~ Peter Downie, Head, Centre for Cancer and Blood Diseases 

“Monash University is proud to collaborate with the Children’s Cancer Foundation and the Hudson Institute of Medical Research in research programs that aim to improve treatment and give hope to children diagnosed with cancer.” ~ Professor Eric Morand, Head, School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health 

“The Children’s Cancer Foundation funding has propelled our paediatric cancer research program, allowing us to break new ground in genomics, stem cell medicine and clinical trials, which are offering newfound hope to the improvement of diagnosis and treatment for children with cancer.“ ~ Professor Kathryn North AM, Director 

“The Children’s Cancer Foundation funding has provided vital support for ground breaking national studies investigating novel treatment approaches for children with cancer. This support is critical to help us work towards improved outcomes and reduced side-effects for our patients.” ~ A/Prof David Ziegler, Kids Cancer Centre 

“The Children’s Cancer Foundation’s major support of research over many years has enabled the development of a new generation of diagnostic genomic tests. Expanding our clinical trials portfolio and helping us keep at the forefront of new immunotherapies, and supporting comprehensive clinical care has also been made possible by the Foundation.” ~ Dr Françoise Méchinaud, Children’s Cancer Centre. 

Bonnie flowers with Lancet

Mum Katrina shares Bonnie’s story and how the Art Therapy program inspired the April cover of The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Journal.

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Art Therapy and The Lancet Journal

Art therapist Tilly Dawson shares the significance of a new collaboration between the RCH and The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Journal.

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World Creativity and Innovation Week

This World Creativity and Innovation Week, the Lancet Child and Adolescent Health Journal features the creative works from our funded Art Therapy program.

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The Million Dollar Lunch.
The most important event you will contribute to this year.

Save the Date: Friday 6 August, 2021

The Million Dollar Lunch raises funds for the Children’s Cancer Foundation, which has distributed more than $51 million to support children with cancer and their families since 1992.

The Difference is You

Become a Change Champion

Our community of Change Champions continues to grow. Whether you are 8 or 80 years old, next time you’re planning a new or updated hair style, make it extra special and raise funds in support of childhood cancer. Go on, make a change for good!

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Smell of Hope

It’s never too early to try and make a small difference in this world and give back. That’s why we are teaming up with the young guns at Smell of Hope as they launch their innovative fundraising campaign.

Eliana, Hannah and their mum Gina will be donating 100% of the profits of all sales from their candle range to support children with cancer.

Head over to our event page to learn more.

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The Million Dollar Lunch

Join Corporate Melbourne at our iconic and exclusive lunch event. The Million Dollar Lunch is Australia’s premier charity event, which raises funds for the Children’s Cancer Foundation.

Head over to the event page to learn more.

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Projects currently funded

36

Number of staff we’re funding

37

$ Funding committed in FY21

5,963,001

Our total $ research investments

56,487,707

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