Grants & Funding
Recent grants and funding received by Childhood Cancer Association.
Amber Reinders Childhood Cancer Trust
2013: $20,000 - Elliot program
Australian Executor Trustees
2009: $15,000 - Family Service Programs
2010: $10,000 - Family Service Programs
2011: $15,000 - Family Service Programs
2012: $10,000 - Family Service Programs
2013: $8,000 - Family Service Programs
2014: $14,000 - Database Upgrade
2013: $23,000 - Family Support Packs
2016: $26,780 - Hospital Visitation Program
Bluey Day Foundation
2009: $16,500 - Family & Pamper Packs
Booze Brothers Staff Charitable Fund
2014: $3,210 - Bradley's Place (Respite Accommodation)
2015: $4,500 - Bradley's Place (Respite Accommodation)
Commonwealth Bank Staff Community Fund
2015: $8,000 - SIBS (Super Important Brother's & Sister's) Program
Coopers Brewery Foundation
2009: $10,500 - Home Tutor Scheme
2011: $9,000 - Elliots
Cops for Kids
2014: $14,000 - SIBS Program (Super Important Brothers & Sisters)
2017: $15,000 - Hospital Visitation Program
Crows Children’s Foundation
2009: $4,000 - Hospital Visitation Program
2016: $21,900 - Michael Rice Units
Liquor Industry Golf Club Charity Day
2016: $10,000 - Rubber matting for playground at Michael Rice Units
2017: $15,000 - Landscaping of playground area at Bradley's Place
Minter Ellison SA/NT Foundation
2015: $20,000 - Home Tutor Scheme
2016: $20,000 - Home Tutor Scheme
2013: $1,600 - SIBS (Super Important Brothers & Sisters) Program
2016: $2,400 - Home Tutor Scheme
2016: $5,000 - Michael Rice Units
SA Power Networks
2015: $5,000 - Special Families Day
Universal Charitable Fund
2015: $2,000 - Family Support Pack contents
2017: $2,000 - Family Support Pack contents
Variety - the Children’s Charity
2016: $3,195 - Funding for Family Support Pack compendiums
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The Childhood Cancer Association is a fully self-funded organisation and therefore relies on the generous support of the community.
Childhood cancer presents many challenges for the child and their family. It affects not only the child but their brothers and sisters, parents, grandparents, friends and the whole community.
The Childhood Cancer Association provides support to the entire family.
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