Give the gift of your time to help support childhood cancer research.

Volunteer your time today and make a brighter tomorrow

As a small organisation, volunteers are vital to our success. Without volunteers, much of the work we do would not be possible. Donating your time is a rewarding and effective way to become more involved at a grass roots level of our charity. You can also meet new people, create new friendships, learn new skills or share your existing skills.

Our volunteers at work

Volunteers to The Kids' Cancer Project providing office support roles that are vital to research fundraising efforts.

Office support

Our HQ is based in Rosebery, NSW. Support the team with your general office admin skills.

Volunteers packing fundraising bears. Supporting cancer fundraising efforts.

Bear packing

Help pack cuddly pals for kids in hospital once a week at our Rosebery office.

Volunteer with The Kids' Cancer Project Bear at an event supporting cancer fundraising

Event support

Help us set up stalls, sell merchandise, and escort our mascot Oscar at events nationwide.

Volunteer supporting child cancer research funding through an internship with The Kids' Cancer Project


Strengthen your CV while studying by helping us in the area you want to start your career.

Expression of interest

Share with us that you would like to volunteer for The Kids' Cancer Project and contribute to fundraising efforts to improve the lives of children with cancer allowing children to survive cancer and thrive after cancer.

Eg: accessibility, skills, experience, qualifications (First Aid, WWC etc).

Frequently Asked Questions

I want to help children in hospital, is this available?

No, The Kids' Cancer Project do not work directly with children. Our organisation raises money to fund childhood cancer research and our expertise lie in fundraising etc. We are unable to offer volunteering in hospitals as this is closely managed by each hospital itself.

How do I find out more information or register my interest?

To register your interest, please complete the form above. For more information, please contact us on 1800 651 158 or via email volunteer@tkcp.org.au

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