The Childhood Cancer Association provides ongoing and practical hands on support for children with cancer and their families.
$2.00 EACH
When a child is diagnosed with cancer it creates an instant crisis for families. It often brings challenges which require significant support and intervention to minimise the physical, emotional and financial impacts - support which isn't funded by state or federal government. The Childhood Cancer Association's role is in delivering this support, including critical care and survivorship services to patients and their families to help them cope with their diagnosis and the challenges they face during and beyond treatment. Examples of these services include psychology and counselling, emergency accommodation, education programs, group therapy and bereavement support. Our services are provided at no cost to families, funded through the generous support of the South Australian community. Funds raised through the PCCU Lottery will help us to provide these services to families.
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$2,226 with $774 to go
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