Tag: corporate partnerships

Cancer Council NSW’s further partnership with nib foundation  to help young Australians aged 14-24 quit vaping.

Announcing Daily Blooms partnership with Cancer Council this Daffodil Day, a move that elevates the meaning of giving. 

cancer council support staff picking out a pamphlet

How PayPal is doing good for the month of July. Cancer Council seeks to partner with businesses that are like minded, and share their vision of a cancer free future, so we are excited that for the month of July, Cancer Council is partnering with PayPal Giving Fund. Through their Give at Checkout program, shoppers […]

Row of empty wine glasses.

Cancer Council NSW is partnering with the nib Foundation to raise awareness of the link between alcohol and cancer,

Cancer Council NSW is excited to announce a partnership with Smart Energy.

Dry July Foundation supports the 13 11 20 Cancer helpline

When Michelle Beattie’s hair began to fall out, she asked her five-year-old son Jackson if he would like to help her cut off the rest.   “I started chemotherapy and I explained to Jackson that I was going to lose my hair,” Michelle said.  “As soon as my hair fell out, I asked him if […]

Cancer Council NSW and Can Too Foundation are working together to create a cancer-free future for everyone. Since February 2014, Cancer Council NSW and Can Too Foundation have helped regular Australians have fun, get fit, make friends and fundraise for people affected by cancer. Can Too Foundation offers professionally coached, structured training programs tailored to […]

James Freeman founded Shitbox Rally in 2010 after losing both of his parents to cancer within 12 months. Shitbox Rally is not a race – it’s a challenge to achieve the unthinkable. The ‘Box Rallies’ see daring teams make journeys across Australia in cars worth less than $1,500 each for Shitbox or at least 25 […]