It is anticipated that total funding required for the Zero Childhood Cancer Program over the next six years will be more than $58 million. Initial funding has been received from the Federal government-funded Cancer Therapeutics CRC (CTx) and also capital funding from the NSW state government. In addition, support has been provided by funding partners including:
The Department of Health is committed to achieving better health and wellbeing for all Australians, now and for future generations.
NSW Health works to provide the people of NSW with the best possible health care that not only meets today’s health needs but also responds to the health needs of the future.
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) is a charity dedicated funding the best cancer research initiatives across Australia that focus on effective prevention, detection and treatment. ACRF funds are used to purchase essential equipment and provide state- of-the-art technologies that speed up the discovery process – ultimately working to save lives by saving time.
Cure Brain Cancer is the largest dedicated funder of brain cancer research in Australia. Their mission is to increase five-year survival from the current 20% to 50% by 2023. Partnering with the research community, they are steering the national agenda – and influencing the global agenda – for brain cancer research.
Cancer Therapeutics CRC (CTx) is in the business of finding cures for cancer. They are a collaborative partnership of leading Research Institutes, Universities and biotechnology companies that is solely focused on translating Australia’s innovative research discoveries into new cancer drugs ready for clinical development. The company’s research and development capabilities span the full range of technologies and expertise required to discover novel small molecule cancer drugs and develop them to the clinical candidate stage.
The Kids’ Cancer Project is a leading Australian charity dedicated to funding medical re- search to find a cure for children’s cancer. Col Reynolds founded the independent charity in 1993 when he learned research was the only way to help end the pain and suffering children and their family’s experience. Today the charity is one of the largest funders of childhood cancer research in Australia and works together with families, the community, government, corporate, researchers and clinicians to help find the cure.
Lenity Australia is an independent, not-for-profit, registered charity that provides additional financial support to established projects. Lenity Australia is supporting the Zero Childhood Cancer program through their association with The Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation
The Lions Clubs of Australia have a decades-long history in supporting research in childhood cancer. In 2009, the Clubs formed the Australian Lions Children’s Cancer Research Foundation (ALCCRF) to focus the efforts of Lions Australia’s 1400 clubs into one foundation with the vision of achieving 100% survival for kids with cancer. ALCCRF has developed an ethos of ‘donors without borders’ – an approach to bringing together diverse individuals, institutions and states to unite behind a common goal of eliminating deaths from childhood cancer.
Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation is a charitable organisation that exists to fund groundbreaking research and everyday clinical care at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. Our vision is to ensure that every child now and in the future can access world-class medical care whenever they need it. The Foundation funds the vital clinical care that these children need now, so they have the best possible treatment and Hospital experience. We also invest in research that will change and save more lives in the future. By discovering better ways to diagnose, treat or prevent childhood disease and injuries, we also help generations of children to come.
Tour de Cure is about riding to raise awareness and funds to cure cancer for all. Riding long distances, over multiple days is a challenge that requires support to achieve. Riders and support crews contribute their time and energy to the cause, whilst their networks rally behind them with donations. Cycling from town to town tangibly creates a connection between communities – bringing the ‘cure cancer’ message to all Australians. Tour De Cure has funded a wide range of research projects for Children’s Cancer Institute for many years.
At UNSW, we take pride in the broad range and high quality of our teaching programs. Our teaching gains strength and currency from our research activities, strong industry links and our international nature; UNSW has a strong regional and global engagement.
In developing new ideas and promoting lasting knowledge we are creating an academic environment where outstanding students and scholars from around the world can be inspired to excel in their programs of study and research. Partnerships with both local and global communities allow UNSW to share knowledge, debate and research outcomes.