Join us before 30 June as we keep up the momentum of medical research to help children with cancer!
Choose one or more of our fun, active and rewarding activities to stay connected while raising funds to support kids' cancer research. Set your challenge and ask business partners, workmates, friends and family to sponsor your goal to help find cures for children with cancer.
Help raise funds for research by giving items for our upcoming online auction. Who in your network could donate sports goods, experiences, services and more? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org today.
Celebrate your next birthday or anniversary by asking friends, family and colleagues to give a life-saving donation. Just click + Create Fundraiser and select The Kids' Cancer Project.
Shaving your head or getting a short crop is a great way to show solidarity for kids affected by cancer and to fundraise for childhood cancer research. Grab your mates and make this a team challenge!
Your challenge is to do 950 repetitions over the course of one week. That's one rep for each Australian child diagnosed with cancer in a year. Ask family and friends to sponsor you so your reps count for kids with cancer!
You can help children with cancer by gifting the weekly cost of petrol and tolls or public transport travel. Why not throw your coffee money in there too? Challenge your co-workers and see how much you can raise.
Take the lead with a considerable contribution then encourage your business partners to join your mission to give back and match it. Donate before 30 June to claim on this year’s return.
By stepping up for science, you'll be helping us continue the momentum of scientific discovery. Our goal of $670,000 by 30 June, will enable continued funding of seven of the boldest childhood cancer research studies around the country.
Dr W Joost Lesterhuis, Telethon Kids Institute
Professor Brandon Wainwright, University of Queensland
Dr Michelle Henderson, University of NSW
Dr Rachel Conyers, The Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Associate Professor Tamas Revesz, Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide
Associate Professor John Heath, Royal Hobart Hospital
Associate Professor Alex Swarbrick, Garvan Institute of Medical Research