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Whether your goal is to promote staff engagement, boost team morale or to implement a corporate social responsibility strategy, The Kids' Cancer Project will collaborate with you to create a tailor-made solution that meets your objectives.

Corporate social responsibility

The Kids' Cancer Project We are an independent national charity supporting childhood cancer research. Since 1993, thanks to strong corporate and community support, we have been able to contribute tens of millions of dollars to scientific studies to help children with many types of cancer.

Our mission is to support bold science that has the greatest chance of clinical success to improve childhood cancer treatments. 

Our vision is to see a one hundred per cent survival rate for children with cancer while eradicating the harmful impacts treatment can bring.

Why become a partner?

The Kids' Cancer Project is an independent national charity supporting childhood cancer research. Since 1993, thanks to strong community support, we have contributed tens of millions of dollars to scientific studies to help children with many types of cancer.

Our mission is to support bold science that has the greatest chance of clinical success to improve childhood cancer treatments. 

Our vision is to see a one hundred per cent survival rate for children with cancer while eradicating the harmful impacts treatment can bring.

Whether your goal is to promote staff engagement, boost team morale or to implement a corporate social responsibility strategy, The Kids' Cancer Project will collaborate with you to create a tailor-made solution that meets your objectives.

Reasons to get involved

You can access a variety of strategic and commercial benefits, including:

  • Differentiate your brand and attract new customers through alignment with one of the most inspiring causes on the planet – the ambition to cure childhood cancer
  • Engage, inspire and strengthen relationships with staff, customers and even your suppliers by making a meaningful impact together
  • Access emotive content including family stories, images, approved videos and campaigns 
  • Engagement opportunities such as lab tours to meet the scientists who are making incredible discoveries to cure kids’ cancer 
  • Volunteering opportunities at key fundraising events for your staff
  • Networking opportunities with other business partners and supporters of The Kids’ Cancer Project, plus opportunities to connect with our digital audiences including 60,000+ Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn followers
  • Dedicated support from our Partnerships team as you become part of the team curing childhood cancer

Get in touch

With thanks to the support of our partners we can continue to fund vital childhood cancer research. Contact our team today to see how we can work together.

Register for workplace giving

Workplace giving is an easy and tax effective way you can change the lives of kids’ with cancer. Workplace giving allows you to make small, regular donations to The Kids’ Cancer Project directly from your pre-tax pay. It is a simple yet very effective way to join us in helping to find kinder, more effective treatments. Find out more.

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Future Cure

A brand new partnerships initiative where you choose the research project you want to fund, Future Cure encompasses donations, event attendance, sponsorship opportunities, naming rights and workplace giving. 

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Matt Dunn's HGG research is supported by Future Cure

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is The Kids' Cancer Project?

We are an independent national charity supporting childhood cancer research. Since 1993, thanks to strong community support, we have contributed tens of millions of dollars to scientific studies to help children with many types of cancer.

Our mission is to support bold science that has the greatest chance of clinical success to improve childhood cancer treatments. 

Our vision is to see a one hundred per cent survival rate for children with cancer while eradicating the harmful impacts treatment can bring.

How much time and money do we need to commit?

The time and money your business is able to commit in partnering with The Kids’ Cancer Project is entirely up to you! Contact us to find out more.

What types of partnerships are available?

The Kids’ Cancer Project values many different types of corporate partnerships including: 

Regular employee giving programs (pre-tax contributions via payroll) and matched giving programs

·       Team engagement opportunities

·       Gifts in kind and pro-bono services

·       Fundraising events and campaigns

·       Percentage of sales donations

·       Co-branded collaborations and other cause related marketing campaigns

Visit Partner with us for more info about these programs and ways you can get involved.

Who can be a corporate partner with The Kids’ Cancer Project?

The Kids’ Cancer Project partners with organisations that

  • Believe in better tomorrows for all Australian children 
  • Insist the lives of children are prioritised 
  • Know science is the real solution to solving childhood cancer
  • Believe a cure can happen in our lifetime
  • Can imagine what a world without children dying of cancer looks like

The Kids’ Cancer Project’s core values are

  • Compassion
  • Unrelenting determination
  • Respect
  • Excellence

What business issues can a partnership with The Kids’ Cancer Project solve?

When you partner with The Kids’ Cancer Project, you can access a variety of strategic and commercial benefits, including:

  • Differentiate your brand and attract new customers through alignment with one of the most inspiring causes on the planet – the ambition to cure childhood cancer
  • Engage, inspire and strengthen relationships with staff, customers and even your suppliers by making a meaningful impact together
  • Access emotive content including family stories, images, approved videos and campaigns 
  • Engagement opportunities such as lab tours to meet the scientists who are making incredible discoveries to cure kids’ cancer 
  • Volunteering opportunities at key fundraising events for your staff
  • Networking opportunities with other business partners and supporters of The Kids’ Cancer Project, plus opportunities to connect with our digital audiences including 60,000+ Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn followers
  • Dedicated support from our Partnerships team as you become part of the team curing childhood cancer

Contact us and find out more so we can create a partnership opportunity that's right for you.

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