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Facing Cancer at Christmas

VIDEO: Olivia and Kat's Christmas story

Olivia was so excited for the school holidays and counting down to Christmas day. But her cancer diagnosis, just before Christmas, meant life for Olivia and her family would never be the same again.
Olivia and her Mum Kat would like to share their story with you. Please take a moment to watch Olivia and Kat's Christmas video.

What We Do

We aim to ensure children and their families are supported, informed and well cared for on their journey with cancer.

  • Who we help

    At any one time we help over 1000 families across New Zealand. Their stories are inspirational.

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  • What we provide

    Our wide range of services provide vital support to children and their families.

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  • Where your money goes

    Every year we directly support all children diagnosed with cancer and their families and those who are bereaved.

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Latest News

Jerome picks up the pen

03 Oct 2016 Jerome Kaino at the Child Cancer Foundation

Jerome picks up the pen to help kiwi kids this school holidays.

Supp_rt Kiwi Children with C_ncer by Filling in the G_ps

16 Aug 2016 CCF Logo Missing Type

Every week in New Zealand more than three children are diagnosed with cancer. Along with older cancer patients, they are the main recipients of donated blood.

Hair-O’s Raise Over $90K for Child Cancer Foundation

10 Aug 2016

There were hair-raising activities across the country on Wednesday 22 June as Kiwis took part in New Zealand’s first ever Wig Wednesday to raise funds for Child Cancer Foundation.

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Our Everyday Kindness supporters are a special group of donors who commit to giving regularly. By becoming an Everyday Kindness supporter you’ll be helping ensure support is always available to children with cancer and their families when they need it.

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