Monthly donors are our Childhood Champions


Join our community of monthly donors supporting children battling cancer

Become a Childhood Champion

Because we don’t receive government funding, we must rely on donations to ensure our team can be confident that we’ll be able to deliver support to children with cancer, no matter what.

Why give monthly? 

  • You'll join a special community of like-minded, dedicated people.
  • You'll receive updates so you know exactly how your donation is helping children with their battle.
  • It’s tax deductible. You’ll receive a statement at the end of the financial year which will tell you exactly how much of a difference you’ve made over the year.

“ Making regular contributions is a way to pay it forward and support those who receive a devastating cancer diagnosis. ”

Pepper Mickan, Childhood Champion

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Over one year, for as little as $25 per month, you will provide:

1 family with professional counselling
delivered by our trained counsellors who listen and support all family members when needed, or

4 hours of home tutoring
to help school aged children keep up while undergoing treatment for cancer, or

8 nights of accommodation for a family forced to move to Adelaide for their child’s treatment, or

3 children with group counselling support through the SIBS program – a support group for brothers and sisters of children with cancer.

“ Today’s society commits to excessive amounts of monthly subscriptions - Netflix, Spotify, etc. Giving to the Childhood Cancer Association is our family's monthly subscription to assist SA based families through the most challenging of circumstances. ”

Carly Ascott, Childhood Champion

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Become a Childhood Champion!

Planning is vital for every organisation. For the Childhood Cancer Association, regular donations mean our team can be more confident that we can continue to deliver this vital support.

The Childhood Champions community is designed for generous people like you to give a gift of your choice every month; providing ongoing support to children and their families going through the battle of cancer.

Join today and support them through this battle.

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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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