Keep up-to-date with what's happening with Child Cancer Foundation and our families nationwide.
New Ecostore partnership for family wellness
A new partnership will combine ecostore’s products for sensitive skin into Child Cancer Foundation’s Wellness Packs for families of children newly diagnosed with cancer.
The Precision Paediatric Cancer Project
An innovative child cancer clinical trial launched 22 May 2018 aims to use a state-of-the-art genetic test to improve outcomes and quality of life for New Zealand children with difficult-to-treat and relapsed forms of cancer.
Rugby Legends fundraise for Child Cancer Foundation
Rugby legends and the local business community came together at Te Papa in Wellington on Friday 30 June for the annual Champions Lunch Auction, raising a record $240,000 for Child Cancer Foundation.
Father and Daughter Celebrated at Minister of Health Volunteer Awards
Congratulations to Eilish and Pat Wilkes, who were recognised at yesterday's Minister of Health Volunteer Awards! The work we do would not be possible without people like you.
Boxing Champion Parker teams up with Child Cancer Foundation
World heavyweight boxing champion Joseph Parker has partnered up with Child Cancer Foundation to help grow awareness of the impact of child cancer on Kiwi families.
Christchurch raises $108,000 for children with cancer
Glamour and goodwill combined on Saturday for the thirteenth Sparkle for Hope ball and gala dinner at Te Whareroa, Ara Institute of Canterbury.
Z Energy Good in the Hood 2017
Z Energy’s annual Good in the Hood campaign is on this May and we are fortunate to have been selected as one of the charities of choice by a number of Z stations nationwide.
Speaker Tour 2017
Child Cancer Foundation is delighted to present Professor Matt Sanders, founder of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Programme, as the speaker for our 2017 tour.
The Big Hoot set to descend on Auckland
Child Cancer Foundation and Wild in Art are thrilled to announce the Big Hoot, a large-scale art event swooping through the streets of Auckland City and surrounds in early 2018, in celebration of Child Cancer Foundation’s 40th birthday.