Together, we can help kids with cancer.

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Involve your team: 
Encouraging your team members to get involved in your partnership with us will not only increase morale, but can enhance teamwork and retention for your organisation;
 
  • Workplace Giving – pre-tax donation made by individuals per pay cycle. 
  • Corporate Volunteering – sharing professional skills for specific projects or support to The Kids' Cancer Project office or events. 
  • Team Building -  Individual or Team entry into a community events, e.g. Kokoda Trail, City2Surf, Tough Mudder or an event of your choice. 

Fundraising:

Join an existing event or host a fundraising event of your own to help kids with cancer.

View our fundraising calendar.

Donation: 

Make a financial contribution towards a specific research project or event, or match dollar for dollar the funds raised by your employees.

Cause Related Marketing:
Align your brand or marketing strategy with us to achieve a growth in product sales, with a percentage of sales donated to childhood cancer research.

Sponsorship:
 
Commercial sponsorship of one of our national events, projects or research scholarships. 

In-kind Goods or Services:
Provide product (e.g. prizes for fundraising events) or services (e.g. pro bono legal, marketing, media or logistics) to help us reduce operational expenses and make the donated dollar go further.  
   
 
 
"Netball NSW is extremely proud of our long-standing relationship with The Kids’ Cancer Project and to support their world-leading research into finding cures for childhood cancer. The invaluable work of The Kids’ Cancer Project resinates deeply with our staff, the New South Wales netball community and the supporters of the NSW Swifts, which is reflected in the continual support they give in helping raise funds and awareness each year. The passion of the team at The Kids’ Cancer Project extends beyond research, with the care they afford to the families of sick children just as important, and is one of many reasons why Netball NSW values our partnership with The Kids’ Cancer Project.”
Carolyn Campbell
Netball NSW Chief Executive Officer

Frequently Asked Questions

We are interested in Workplace Giving, but how do we organise this?
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In some organisations, Workplace Giving (or Payroll giving as it is also known) can be managed by the Finance department. Alternatively, there are a number of specialist providers who can conduct Workplace Giving programs on behalf of an organisation. Contact us for more information about finding the right option for your organisation.
Can The Kids’ Cancer Project cater for my large group of volunteers?
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We have various group volunteering opportunities available. 

Please contact Owen Finegan to discuss your options via email to owen@tkcp.org.au or call 02 8394 7710, or alternatively, register your Interest via the button above.

How does my organisation make a donation to The Kids’ Cancer Project?
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Donations can be made by cheque; electronic fund transfer or through our website.
Who do I contact for more information?
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Please contact Owen Finegan via email owen@tkcp.org.au or phone on 02 8394 7710.
Be a hero and make a difference for kids with cancer today!