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Support our research funding through in kind goods and pro bono services we would otherwise need to purchase.

Support science with goods and services

Your business can support childhood cancer research by providing non-monetary donations such as goods in kind and pro bono services we would otherwise need to purchase. In-kind contributions can that can be auctioned during our events such as holidays, experiences, and artworks are greatly appreciated.  

Delivering happiness

The Kids' Cancer Project would like to thank Smartways Logistics for bringing smiles to the faces of thousands of seriously ill kids by delivering teddy bears to 33 hospitals on the eastern seaboard at no cost.

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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.

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Latest News & Stories

City2Surf for The Kids' Cancer Project

20/05/2024
Ready to lace up your running shoes for the City2Surf? Fundraise for The Kids' Cancer Project in your run and combine fitness, fun, and fundraising in one unforgettable experience.

Nourishing The Fighter for The Kids' Cancer Project

Leila Davies, inspiring mother and author, is taking on a huge challenge in aid of The Kids’ Cancer Project, walking from Victor Harbor to Melbourne starting June 1st 2024. We had the honour of...

Funding secured for Interfant-21 clinical trial

15/05/2024
Infant Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) has had a very poor prognosis and survival has not improved significantly over the last two decades, with an event-free survival rate of less than 40%. The...

Tiana’s Precious Cargo

06/05/2024
Many of us have possessions we know we’ll hang on to for life. For you maybe it’s some family photos, a piece of jewellery or perhaps even a hand-me-down from a parent. For Tiana, 18, it’s this bear,...

Cap’s Lap: The Halfway Mark 

30/04/2024
Amidst the backdrop of his epic BIG LAP, we had the privilege of chatting with Captain Australia, halfway through his monumental journey. We talk courage, compassion, and determination – all things...

Empowering Partnerships: RAMS and The Kids’ Cancer Project Join Forces for Childhood Cancer Research

30/04/2024
In the world of combating childhood cancer, partnerships are essential. They are the backbone of progress and a beacon of hope for children and families facing this devastating disease. That's why we...

Spotlight: A Shared Journey - Celebrating Our Partnership with FMA Australia

30/04/2024
In the bustling landscape of charity partnerships, there are often hidden tales that illuminate the depth of connection between organisations. Our journey with FMA Australia is one such story.

Cancer treatment left little Tommy temporarily unable to walk. For other kids, it’s not temporary. Read Tommy’s story here….

29/04/2024
Before he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, toddler Tommy’s world was beautiful and carefree. His mum Emily McGuire recalls sunny days playing in the paddock behind their house trying...

Eliminating the serious side effects of chemotherapy

29/04/2024
For many children, the very same cancer drugs used to save their lives can all too often leave them with very serious and lifelong health problems. Professor Irina Vetter is finding ways to maintain...

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