Child Cancer Research Fundraising

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Congratulations to our Raffle 35 Prize Winner of $20,000. Permit LS043218 Ticket No 106863.

Thank you to everyone who bought tickets in this campaign. Your continued support is vital to our research into childhood cancers.

The Rhythms of Life Benefit Concert

POSTER-605pxFEATURING: Caroline McKenzie, Trudy Dunn, Sue Bluck and Sharon Kiely
When: 10:30am – Sunday 19 April 2015
Where: The Regal Theatre, Subiaco
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Through a myriad of musical theatre classics, seasoned West Australian performers Caroline McKenzie, Trudy Dunn, Sharon Kiely and Sue Bluck will take you on a journey of a lifetime – yours, theirs and everybody’s as they musically frame the experiences of careers, families, heartaches and friendships.

For one performance only at the Regal Theatre in Subiaco on Sunday 19 April, The Rhythms of Life will resonate with anyone with a musical heartbeat. Drawing from the Great American Song book including Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Cy Coleman, Stephen Sondheim, George Gershwin, Jerry Herman to West End hits from Andrew Lloyd Webber. Featured songs include: You’re the Top, I Got Rhythm and Send in the Clowns. Find out more…

Child Cancer Research Donations & Fundraising Options

Thankyou for supporting research into child cancer and Children’s Leukaemia! 

Research facilities funded by community support

Resarch undertaken in the Research Laboratory and clinical services provided by the Hospital are essential for the maintenance of the high standard of patient care that these sick children need. Only in this way is it possible to apply new discoveries from research to the continual upgrading of leukaemia and cancer treatment. The ongoing improvements in treatment benefits child cancer treatment both in Australia and worldwide.

Your Fundraising and Donation Options

The Foundation relies on the generous support of the West Australian community to continue this research, as we do not receive State or Federal funding. One way you can support our vital research into child cancer is to make a donation. Your donations and other fundraising efforts enable the ongoing progress and development of more effective treatments for child cancer.

Read about the other ways you can help HERE.

CONGRATULATIONS to our Chairman, Geoff Cattach

geoff-cattachWA finalist for the 2014 Senior Australian of the Year.
For his outstanding contribution as an advocate and fundraiser for research into childhood cancer.
Best wishes Geoff, you are a Champion in our eyes!

View at Australian of the Year Website

The Foundation relies on the generous support of the West Australian community to continue this research, as we do not receive State or Federal funding. Read More

Foundation History

Jennifer HarperThe creation of the Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation (Inc) was inspired by 9 year old Jennifer Harper, who was diagnosed with leukaemia in 1977. When her father, Peter Harper, discovered that there was no research into children’s leukaemia being done in WA, he set out to raise funds for this purpose.

Together with other parents of children with cancer and with the support of Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, the Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation (Inc) was formed. Read More

Child Cancer Leukaemia Research

Research Laboratory assistent at workOur Research Laboratory was essential to the establishment of the Bone Marrow Transplantation Program at PMH, greatly improving childhood leukaemia survival rates in WA.The important part research has played since 1983 is to identify over 50 different types of childhood leukaemia and cancer and through collaboration with the clinicians, specific treatment have been established. Read More

Cancer Research Funding

The Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation (Inc) supports Associate Professor Ursula Kees, our Principal Research Fellow, Ms Jette Ford, Research Officer, a Laboratory Assistant, provides financial assistance to a Ph.D. Scholarship, laboratory consumables, maintenance and equipment for the Research Laboratory. Without this support the laboratory could not continue its life-saving research.

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