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Every day, someone just like you is helping us raise the vital funds that we need to help make the cancer journey easier for children, and their families.

Find out more about what’s happening, and our latest news, here — let us know if it inspires you or your business to get involved.

Family Twilight Zoo Event Family Twilight Zoo Event 800x550

Families were treated a special event where they could experience the magic of the Adelaide Zoo when the gates were closed, thanks to a special invitation from our partner, Clinpath Pathology.

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Family Christmas Fair 2022 CCA Family Christmas Fair 2022 800x550

It was the most spectacular Christmas extravaganza when Edge Church hosted our Childhood Cancer Family Christmas Fair once again in 2022, and created a magical day which our families will remember forever.

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Gala celebrates 40 years of support Gold Ribbon Gala 2022 800x550

It was an absolute honour to host the Gold Ribbon Gala for our 40th anniversary. The event raised a phenomenal $429,522 which means that we can continue to have a positive impact on the mental health and well-being of families impacted by childhood cancer.

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PAFC Game Day Charity Partner 2022 PAFC Game Day 800x550

Wednesday 8 June, 2022

Port Adelaide Football Club invited us to be part of its Game Day at Adelaide Oval on 6 August 2022 raising vital funds and giving 11-year-old cancer survivor, Rhiley Murray, a week he will never forget as the team mascot.

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Spirit of SA art exhibition Spirit of SA with artist 800x550

Monday 1 Aug - Monday 17 Oct, 2022

Mark Soderstrom has teamed up with South Australian artists Mark Lobert and Phil Hodgson to create more than 40 unique paintings celebrating our state's iconic people, places and products. All art can be purchased via an online auction, with 100% of proceeds supporting kids with cancer.

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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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