Provide philanthropic support
The Leukaemia Foundation relies on the generosity of individual philanthropists together with trusts, foundations, corporate and Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) to deliver innovative programs and services that address the needs of families living with blood cancer. This valuable funding stream also allows our organisation to support critical medical research to find better treatments and cures.
Philanthropic partners may choose to support a range of specific programs across Australia that have tangible outcomes and benefits for people diagnosed with blood cancer.
Current programs, which have only been made possible thanks to the generous benevolence of philanthropic trusts and corporate foundation grants, Private Ancillary Funds and government submissions, include:
- Bridgestone Australia South Australian Patient Village
- The Building of Hope – Victorian Patient Accommodation Centre
- National Research Program
- Support Services Programs – Education and Practical Support
We are delighted to acknowledge our current supporters in our annual report, please click here to download a copy.
If you would like to know more about how to support Leukaemia Foundation programs through philanthropy, please contact Alex Struthers via email or by calling 1800 620 420.Last updated on March 1st, 2018
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