Children’s Cancer… It’s a nightmare

The Children’s Cancer Foundation has worked, for the past 30 years, to try understand childhood cancer through research and to make sense of the lives lost, and to prevent future incidents.

20 children will be diagnosed with cancer each week in Australia, that is not ok.

We need to know more about this disease, how it effects our children and how we can create better treatments, so that they can have a better quality of life, to be able to just be kids.

Join us this September, also known as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, to not only spread the awareness of this disease but also supporting the children, families and clinical researchers who are fighting childhood cancer every single day.

Make a change this September