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Philanthropy Impact Report 2023

The Leukaemia Foundation is proud to release the Philanthropy Impact Report 2023, which showcases our work in the last financial year across practical services, patient advocacy and our investment in cutting-edge research.

Please download this edition to see how major gifts are driving our mission forward and changing the future for those impacted by blood cancer.

Project 2035: A decade towards zero

Supported by leading philanthropists, Project 2035 is a bold and ambitious project committed to reducing preventable blood cancer deaths to zero by 2035. By becoming part of Project 2035 you will drive innovation forward, revolutionise patient support and shape the direction of leading-edge research.

There are four themes aligned to our core activities, each with a number of distinct projects that require specific funding and timeframes.


Practical Services

The Leukaemia Foundation is renowned for the quality of its patient support services such as accommodation, transport assistance and financial support. A 30-strong team of blood cancer support specialists offer practical support and easy to understand information to help those impacted by blood cancer.

High-Impact Research

We have been supporting Australian blood cancer research for more than 20 years, committing over $60 million since 2000. This has led to new and better diagnostics, treatments, therapies and access to international clinical trials.

Career Development

Top scientists can be diverted from blood cancer research through lack of opportunity and funding in Australia. We need to fund the careers of researchers who will change the research eco-system and create the breakthroughs of tomorrow.

Quality of Life and Survivorship

Blood cancer can have significant lifelong impacts so the Leukaemia Foundation provides resources and services to help people living with blood cancer thrive beyond their initial treatments. With over 144,000 people living with blood cancer in Australia, everyone has the right to thrive and to live the best quality of life possible.

Ways of giving

Major gifts can be made in a variety of ways depending on your personal situation and preference. You may choose to give:

  • In a single donation or in a multi-year pledge
  • As an individual, couple, group or family
  • Through a Trust or Foundation
  • Via a Private Ancillary Fund
  • Through a gift in your will

How to make a gift

For a confidential discussion about your philanthropic goals and giving intentions, please reach out to a member of the relationship team below.

Leukaemia Foundation banking details

If you’re ready to make your donation by electronic funds transfer, our bank details are as follows.

Bank: National Australia Bank
Account name: The Leukaemia Foundation of Australia
BSB: 082 057
Account number: 856 164 475

Talk to us

Contact the Philanthropy team for a confidential discussion about your donation to the Leukaemia Foundation