The Kids’ Cancer Project

The FMA is proud to support The Kids’ Cancer Project. Since 2017, we have helped this independent charity raise over $60,000 to find cures and improve treatments for children with many different types of cancer.

Every year, 950 children in Australia are diagnosed with cancer. While survival has improved, more children continue to die of this disease than any other in the country.

Over the past 14 years, The Kids’ Cancer Project has proudly committed tens of millions of dollars towards childhood cancer research. The charity is committed to funding the boldest scientific research projects that have the greatest chance of clinical success.

Here’s how to get involved

The Kids’ Cancer Project works with corporate and community organisations, ranging from small businesses to multi-national corporations. Getting involved is a great way to boost workplace morale, while contributing to a great cause.

Here are just a few examples of how your workplace can support The Kids’ Cancer Project.

  • Make a donation – research takes time, dedication and expertise of brilliant minds. Their work relies on everyday donations and every little bit helps.
  • Sporting Heroes Lunch – meet your sporting heroes at The Kids’ Cancer Project annual fundraising lunch. 
  • Marketing promotion – schedule a sales promotion and donate a percentage of the proceeds.
  • Conferences, Golf Days, etc. – organise a speaker from The Kids’ Cancer Project to present at your event.
  • Lose your locks – get a group together and snip your strands, barber your beard or your moe!
  • Run, cycle, swim – arrange a corporate team for an event such as Sydney’s City2Surf, Bondi to Bronte Ocean Swim or Fitz’s Cycling Challenge.

Register your interest

Find more ideas

Make a tax-deductible online donation today and reference it with FMA.