Our enduring promise

Our enduring promise

In uncertain times, one thing will remain, and that is our promise to never give up on finding kinder, more effective treatments for childhood cancer.

As the impact of COVID-19 escalates in our community, we want to assure you that our mission to fund life-saving childhood cancer research remains.

Col Reynolds started this charity with a steely focus to end kids’ cancer and we’re not giving up now.

Through bold scientific research, we’ve made great headway to find kinder, more effective treatments for many childhood cancers. This year alone The Kids’ Cancer Project is supporting 36 research projects. With your support we will keep up the momentum.

No family should face the devastating loss of a child to cancer. And no child should suffer while going through treatment.

This pandemic hasn’t pressed pause on childhood cancer. In many ways it has made the situation for children and families affected more precarious. That’s why we’re determined to keep going.  

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As an organisation we are committed to following the guidelines of the Australian Government Health Department to help reduce the risk to everyone.

You know we like to have a bit of fun while fundraising, so over the course of the next weeks and months stay tuned as we reveal new and innovative ways to host some of your most loved and supported fundraising activities.

Thank you for your support. We still need generous people like you to give and raise awareness. Together we will get through these uncertain times while maintaining the momentum to protect and save our most vulnerable children.

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