Australian & New Zealand Childrens Haematology/Oncology Group

Supporters & Partners

In the pursuit of improving outcomes for children and adolescents with cancer, we are proud to partner with the following organisations.

Their support is vital to our ongoing work in Australia and New Zealand.

Australian Government – Medical Research Future Fund, Cancer Australia, NHMRC

Established by the Australian Government in 2006, Cancer Australia works to benefit all Australians affected by cancer and their families and carers, by reducing the impact of cancer and improving the wellbeing of those diagnosed by ensuring that evidence informs cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment and supportive care. ANZCHOG is supported by Cancer Australia through their Support For Cancer Clinical Trials program to build the capacity of Australia to undertake high quality clinical cancer trials, as well as several trial-specific grants. Visit Website

In addition, the Australian Government supports ANZCHOG through their competitive research funding schemes, with ANZCHOG securing grants to conduct clinical trials from the Medical Research Future Fund and the National Health & Medical Research Council.

Financial Markets Foundation for Children

This Foundation is supported by participants of Australia’s financial community, receiving both corporate and individual donations to fund research programs and a wide range of other projects designed specifically to improve the health, welfare and well-being of the future of Australia – our children.

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The Kids’ Cancer Project

A leading national charity funding childhood cancer research. Thanks to generous community support, more than $27 million has been invested into projects across Australia. The Kids’ Cancer Project is committed to achieving one hundred per cent survival for all kids with cancer, with minimal or no side effects.

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The Robert Connor Dawes Foundation

Inspired by a big heart and brain, the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation was created in June 2013 in the memory of Robert “Connor” Dawes. They are battling paediatric brain tumours and supporting brain matters in the areas of research, care and development – to fund the science to end brain cancer and support patients in the meantime.

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Children’s Cancer Foundation

Founded by parents who fought for their children to be allowed to be children, The Children’s Cancer Foundation supports families through treatment, partners with hospitals to deliver clinical excellence and builds world-class paediatric cancer clinical research.

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My Room Children’s Cancer Charity

A volunteer organisation dedicated to raising funds to achieve a 100 per cent cure rate for childhood cancers. Over the past 25 years, My Room has raised more than $17 million for childhood cancer research, clinical care, family support and to improve the quality of life for children with cancer.

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Cure Brain Cancer Foundation

The leading organisation for brain cancer research, advocacy and awareness in Australia, Cure Brain Cancer Foundation has a time-critical mission to increase five-year survival from the current 20 per cent to 50 per cent by 2023. With a strong patient focus they forge global collaborations, fund innovative research and are bringing world-class clinical trials to Australia to give children and adults with brain cancer access to new treatments faster. Visit Website  

Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer Foundation

Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer mission is to raise funds for vital brain cancer research. Approximately 1,600 Australians will be diagnosed with brain cancer this year and of them 80% will die. These are fathers, mothers, children, brothers, sisters and friends.  Currently there is no cure. Brain cancer survival rates haven’t changed in 30 years. 

We need to increase survival rates and the only way to achieve this is through vital research. Together we can make a difference in the fight against brain cancer.

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Isabella & Marcus Foundation

Isabella and Marcus lost their lives to a little-known brain cancer called Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG). This cancer occurs in the brainstem, most frequently in children under the age of 12 years and offers no prospect of long-term survival. Most children die within a year of diagnosis. Isabella’s and Marcus’ families were brought together by their tragedies. They are like-minded in their pursuit to extend and improve the quality of life for children diagnosed with brainstem tumours and ultimately to find a cure. Visit Website  

QR Lawyers

This boutique law firm offers services in the corporate and commercial area. The extensive experience of their partners ensures a long-term commercial relationship and the provision of practical advice on a range of contractual and other commercial law matters to clients ranging from multinational public companies to privately owned concerns.

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Haines Muir Hill

This accounting, business advisory and financial planning firm provides quality personal services to the SME and family business sector. They are committed to providing high quality, practical and pragmatic advice, assisting clients in running their businesses and enhancing their wealth and lifestyle.

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Super Max & Bryce

Initially sparked by the compassion, commitment to others and enthusiasm of a young boy named Bryce, this is now a global community of people working together to give a Super Max the Turtle night light to every child diagnosed with cancer in Australia and New Zealand.

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Clinical Oncological Society of Australia (COSA)

The peak national body representing multidisciplinary health professionals whose work encompasses cancer control and care. COSA members are doctors, nurses, scientists and all allied health professionals involved in the clinical care of children, adolescents and adult cancer patients.

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