Share Your Story


Have you or someone you love been impacted by childhood cancer? Are you interested in sharing your story? Whether you’re a parent, caregiver, cancer survivor, sibling, grandparent or someone else involved in the care of a child with cancer, your story matters.

Why your story matters

At times, we'll draw on family experiences to raise awareness and funds for our services. Sharing your story can raise awareness of childhood cancer and help others to understand what a childhood cancer experience is like. Your story might also encourage people to host a community fundraising event or inspire a donation, so that we can continue to provide our much needed services to families.

Who can share?

How is your story used?

If you or someone you love has had childhood cancer; you may be a family member or have cared for a child with cancer, or you may be a young adult looking to share your own childhood cancer experience. You and/or your family must have also received support from the Childhood Cancer Association.

We may select your story for marketing or fundraising campaigns. Your story may be used in full or, alternatively, short quotes may be used to support a larger story. We will always seek your approval first to make sure you're comfortable with what is shared and how it will be used.

If you have any questions or would like to share your story, please call (08) 8239 2211 or complete the form below.

Yes! I want to share my story...

Briefly describe your childhood cancer experience and the support you and/or your family received from the Childhood Cancer Association.

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.

View film

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