Ambassadors

Become an Ambassador

The Kids’ Cancer Project Ambassadors are people from all around Australia who use their skills and influence to help tell The Kids' Cancer Project story. They advocate and fundraise for childhood cancer research in many different ways.

The one thing they all have in common is that they are making a huge difference - helping to grow The Kids' Cancer Project's influence and fundraising by raising awareness in areas of the community out of our reach. They care about children diagnosed cancer and like us, can imagine what a world without children dying of cancer looks like. 

Ambassadors are crucial to the work of The Kids' Cancer Project, come and join us! 

Being an Ambassador is rewarding

Here are just a few of the benefits that come with being an Ambassador for The Kids' Cancer Project. 

1. Access to a network of like-minded Ambassadors and Board. 
2. Increased insight into The Kids' Cancer Project and the ground breaking scientific research funded. 
3. Recognition in a formalised role with a respected national not-for-profit organisation.
4. The ability to have a significant impact in the lives of children and families affected by childhood cancer while encouraging others to do the same. 

The best thing is, you can tailor your Ambassador role to suit your skills, availability and passions. We will work with you to create an Ambassadorship that suits you and your lifestyle.

How Ambassadors help

When you become an Ambassador for The Kids’ Cancer Project your skills, knowledge and energy will be put to great use.

Our mission is to support bold and innovative science that has the greatest chance of 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. Here are a some of the ways you can help. 

  • Make strategic introductions to businesses or individuals
  • Work with us on co-branded collaborations
  • Get involved in fundraising events and campaigns
  • Use your profile to attract media exposure 
  • Promote Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Get in touch

Contact us today to discuss the type of Ambassador role that would suit you.

 

Owen Finegan

Owen Finegan

Chief Executive Officer
Kate Fairclough

Kate Fairclough

Head of National Engagement

FAQ's

  • 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 do Ambassadors need to commit?

    As an Ambassador for The Kids' Cancer Project, the time and money you are able to commit is entirely up to you! Contact us so we can discuss an Ambassadorship that works for you.

  • What types of Ambassadorships are available?

    The Kids’ Cancer Project values the skills, experience and knowledge of many different types of Ambassadors who can help raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research including: 

    ·     Strategic introductions to businesses or individuals

    ·     Media exposure  

    ·     Involvement in fundraising events and campaigns

    ·     Promoting Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

    ·     Co-branded collaborations 

  • Who can be an Ambassador for The Kids’ Cancer Project?

    The Kids’ Cancer Project Ambassadors are people who 

    ·       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