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How we can help

The safety of people living with blood cancer, volunteers and our people are our absolute priority during the COVID-19 spread. We are therefore actively monitoring the impact of the virus on our services and are responding appropriately, based on expert advice.

The status of our different services will change during this time; be sure to view each service below to get the latest updates. Thank you for your continued support and please know the Leukaemia Foundation is still here for you.

Accommodation services

Accommodation during blood cancer treatment.

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Transport services

Help travelling to and from appointments for people affected by blood cancer.

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Submit a request for Support Services

Advice or support required? Fill in the referral form and our team will get back to you

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Information and education services

Download our comprehensive information booklets.

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Emotional support services

Our experienced Blood Cancer Support Coordinators are here for you.

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Practical support services

Bills, household duties, and childcare needs don’t stop during a diagnosis.

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Health and wellbeing support services

It’s important to exercise your body and mind.

Health and wellbeing support services
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Assessment and referral services

We can connect you with the help and support you need, when you need it.

Assessment and referral services
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Grief support services

We’re here with tools and support during this difficult time.

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Support groups

Online groups are now available.

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Advocacy and policy

We’re championing the needs of people living with blood cancer.

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Help drive change

Take this year’s State of the Nation, Blood Cancer in Australia survey

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