Teachers' Day is an opportunity to show our appreciation for the team of dedicated educators who help children and young people living with cancer remain engaged with their education through Fight Cancer Foundation's education support programs.
Fight Cancer Foundation is saddened to share the news of the passing of Avis Macphee AM.
Founder and Convener of Fight Cancer Foundation’s BMDI Breast Cancer Support Group, Avis worked extensively as a breast cancer advocate, helping many women with breast cancer to understand their diagnosis and the options available to them.
In 2016 Jason Hunt lost his boss, friend and mentor to Lymphoma. He was compelled to do something to help, so ran a half-marathon as a member of TEAM Fight Cancer and raised money for people fighting cancer and their families.
More than a year later, Jason, with the help of his wife Deborah, continues to fundraise for Fight Cancer Foundation.
International soccer legends support kids with cancer
Children living with cancer met some of the English Premier League’s biggest names on Thursday 20 July 2017, for a special morning tea at Government House
Hosted by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia, the morning tea gave the children, currently receiving education support through Fight Cancer Foundation’s Back on Track program, the chance to mingle with Liverpool Masters and Manchester United Masters players.
A message from Fight Cancer Foundation's President and Chairman
A message from Fight Cancer Foundation's President and Chairman, Leonie Walsh, in response to Channel 7’s “Sunday Night” programme episode which aired on Sunday 18 June regarding unethical practices used by some third party fundraisers engaged by some Australian charities.
Kate tackled the 2017 Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim on Saturday 25 February and used this personal challenge as the perfect opportunity to raise funds for people living with cancer and their families.
On International Women's Day, we want to celebrate the achievements of women and there is none better to spotlight than our very own President and Chairman, Leonie Walsh. A true leader, Leonie has provided integral support for women in science and used her own personal experiences to help others in the fight against cancer.
In 2013, little Bella was only three years old when she was diagnosed with cancer. We are happy to share that Bella is now three years cancer-free and recently completed prep. She has also caught up to her twin sister Lahni in every way.