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Our project? To cure kids' cancer for good

What we do

What we do

What is the mission of
The Kids' Cancer Project?

The Kids’ Cancer Project is an Australian charity focused on finding cures for childhood cancer. Our aim is single-minded. To fund research programs dedicated to finding cures for childhood cancer. Ultimately, finding a cure is about saving children’s lives and ending the heartbreak childhood cancer brings to so many families.

Currently The Kids’ Cancer Project from the Oncology Children’s Foundation is focused on finding cures for brain tumours and neuroblastoma.

Almost half the children with these types of cancer lose their battle. We aim to dramatically shrink this frightening figure by helping fund some of the best childhood cancer researchers without geographical or institutional barriers.

This is also among the world’s best research into children’s cancer - a fact recognised by the international experts who sit on our research advisory committee and regularly assess the quality of the work your donations support.

It’s time-consuming, painstaking specialist work, and it’s an area where more money really does make all the difference. Any donation we receive is a valuable contribution. You can help right now by making a donation through our website.

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Children's Cancer Institute AustraliaPeter Mac University of Queensland - Institute for Molecular Bioscience The Children's Hospital at WestmeadCincinnati Children's The University of NSW - MedicineSt Vincent's Institute Medical Research