Cancer organisations

Camp Quality

Camp Quality is an Australian children’s cancer charity that provides kids and families with specialised care and a supportive community.

Cancer Council

The Cancer Council offers a range of free and confidential support and information services. Call the Helpline 13 11 20 or visit the resource hub.


Canteen holds camps and programs for young people aged 12-24 throughout the year and provides a support network of young people living with cancer.

Children’s Cancer Institute Australia

Children’s Cancer Institute Australia for Medical Research (CCIA) researches the causes, treatments, prevention, and cures for childhood cancer.

Kids with Cancer Foundation

Kids with Cancer Foundation provides financial assistance to families. Your social worker can help you access their financial assistance services. 

The Leukaemia Foundation

The Leukaemia Foundation offers free personalised support via telephone, at home, in hospital or at the Foundation’s accommodation centres. 


Redkite provide practical, emotional and financial support for families who have a child with cancer aged 18 and under. You can self-refer via the Redkite website or by calling Redkite. 

Starlight Children’s Foundation

Starlight Children’s Foundation aims to brighten the lives of seriously ill children. Your medical team can refer you and provide more information about their ‘wish-granting’ program. 

Make-A-Wish Foundation

Make-A-Wish Foundation focuses on granting wishes for children with a life-threatening illness. Children’s wishes are granted to create a positive and lasting experience for themselves and their families. 

Last updated Wednesday 26th June 2024