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Leukaemia Foundation Takes Top Spot as Australia’s Most Reputable Cancer Charity

Thursday, February 16 2023

The Leukaemia Foundation has been named Australia’s most reputable cancer charity and third most reputable charity overall in the annual RepTrak study.  

The Leukaemia Foundation’s CEO Chris Tanti said the recognition by RepTrak, one of the world’s leading reputation measurement firms, is a testament to the hard work and commitment of the organisation’s dedicated staff, volunteers, partners and supporters.  

“The Leukaemia Foundation has been helping Australians impacted by blood cancer (including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma) for nearly 50 years. We work tirelessly to provide resources, support and funding for vital research into new treatments, and advocate for change,” Mr Tanti said. 

“We are deeply grateful for all of our community who continue to support us in our mission including our staff, volunteers, and donors. Your unwavering support has allowed us to make a lasting difference in the lives of Australians impacted by blood cancer.” 

The national study measures the reputation of Australia’s largest charities based on public perception, considering factors such as emotional appeal, products and services, social responsibility, and workplace environment.  

The Leukaemia Foundation continues to build community trust, with a commitment to ensuring every Australian facing blood cancer not only survives the disease but thrives. The organisation offers personalised information and support to help people living with blood cancer through the emotional, physical, and psychosocial challenges of blood cancer, at no cost. 

People facing treatment away from home have a place to stay in funded accommodation villages around the country at no cost to the patient or their family. The Leukaemia Foundation’s transport services help hundreds of patients make it to their medical appointments each year. 

The Leukaemia Foundation continues to stand beside every Australian to be their voice, raising funds for life-saving research to advocating for better diagnostics, greater access to new treatments, and, ultimately, better outcomes for all Australians living with blood cancer. 

“We believe everyone affected by blood cancer deserves the best possible care and support, no matter where they live or their personal circumstances. We will continue to work towards this goal and strive to maintain our reputation as one of Australia’s leading charities,” Mr Tanti said. 

Learn more about the Leukaemia Foundation’s mission and impact by visiting our website at