We help kids
and their families
cope with
childhood
cancer.

COVID Update

Due to the current COVID-19 cluster and the recent changes to the government recommendations and guidelines, the Childhood Cancer Association will be closing our office to visitors and will be restricting the number of staff in the office to only essential workers (our Family Service Counsellors). However, our services will be continuing. This includes counselling services via telehealth. Our fundraising and marketing team will be working remotely and are best contacted via email or direct on their mobiles.

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Watch Thomas’s Story

Watch this 5 minute film where Chris Hartley talks through his family’s journey after his son’s diagnosis of a brain tumour and the support he received from the Childhood Cancer Association.

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Help us help more families, more often.


A child's cancer diagnosis
is devastating news
for everyone.

Every week, a child from South Australia, the Northern Territory, regional Victoria or NSW is referred to us for support.

Because while families can rely on outstanding medical treatment, the critical support services they need aren't provided by either state or federal government.

The Childhood Cancer Association provides practical, hands-on support to children with cancer, and their families.

We do this without a dollar of ongoing public funding.

We need your help to support kids with cancer.

Thank you.


Our ongoing support includes

Counselling Program
Accommodation & Respite
Education Support
Survivorship Support

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