How you can help


We support a new family every week to cope with the impact of childhood cancer

Every week, a child in South Australia or the Northern Territory is diagnosed with cancer.

That's devastating news for parents, for brothers and sisters, and for relations and friends.

But while families can rely on outstanding medical treatment at the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital, they need so much more help as they embark on the treatment journey ahead.

Many critical support services — including respite and accommodation for country families — are not provided by either state or federal government.

That's where the Childhood Cancer Association steps in. Ever since 1982, it's been our mission to provide practical, hands-on support to children with cancer, and their families.

We do this without a dollar of public funding - but we can only keep on doing this with help of people like you.


If you’d like to find out more about how you can help us support a new family every week to cope with the impact of childhood cancer, we’d love to hear from you.


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