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Giving kids with cancer hope for a future

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Supporters of The Kids’ Cancer Project have helped provide a life-saving gift this Christmas. The gift of hope to a six year old boy and his family. Read more


Pirates Simon and Billy's 4,500 journey for childhood brain cancer

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

To help raise funds and awareness for research into the cure and prevention of childhood brain cancers and tumours, Simon and Billy set out on the ultimate challenge of walking from Sydney to Perth dressed as Pirates! Read more


Charities come together for Australia's first CureFest

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

A national movement begins with the first steps and The Kids Cancer Project was proud to have helped launch CureFest Australia on Sunday 27 September. Read more


City2Bay: ‘Never Give Up!’ The Flagstaff community honour Jai Galliford

Saturday, September 19, 2015

The 2014 City2Bay held in Adelaide, South Australia saw a team of sixty Flagstaff locals join the Run2Cure Neuroblastoma team and complete the course to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research; inspired by local Flagstaff boy Jai Galliford and his family. Read more


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