Host A Roast This July to Support Us & Other Children’s Charities


Last week, we excitedly gathered together here at Children's Cancer Institute to Host A Roast and get behind a great initiative led by our corporate partner, Steggles, to help support Australian Children's Charities, including us. Some felt like it was Christmas come early!


Live for Lily Butterfly Ball fundraiser a huge success


The 2018 Live for Lily Butterfly Ball was held on 16 June in Melbourne’s Palladium at Crown. It was a fantastic evening and a huge success, raising much-needed funds to support our research.


Dr Toby Trahair – childhood cancer researcher and fundraiser with Tour de Cure


One of our Clinical Research Fellows, Dr Toby Trahair, is taking part in the Tour de Cure Signature Tour 2018 which starts on Friday 27th April, raising money for cancer research by cycling 1110km from Mackay to Cairns.


My daughter’s cancer journey


Mackenzie was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) at just 9 years old. Her mum, Errin, has recently spoken about Mackenzie’s journey.


Hair today, gone tomorrow


Simone Leckey is a Laboratory Support Assistant in our labs. This weekend she gave her hair to help people with cancer.


Riding to the rock to support childhood cancer research


Can riding a mountain bike 1000km through outback Australia help end childhood cancer? Yes, when it’s the 2018 Ride for Lily.

'Riders jump for joy in the red centre to celebrate the finish of the ride

The Balmoral Swim for Cancer’s back: plunge in!


On 18 March the Balmoral Swim for Cancer will once again raise funds for our research. Swimmers, suit up!

'an underwater view of swimmers

A lasting legacy for childhood cancer research


Helena Wylie, Director of the Dalwood-Wylie Charitable Foundation, recently dropped by to see a new piece of essential equipment purchased by the Foundation.

'Helena Wylie and her daughter Bianca standing beside a biological safety cabinet

They dared, children with cancer won – Dare the Boss’s best year yet


Bosses everywhere stepped up and faced their fears. As Dare the Boss 2017 draws to a close, we thank Australia’s daring bosses and their teams for raising $320,000 for childhood cancer research.

'Family and colleagues with Jude Pink, who conquered her fears of ocean swimming for Dare The Boss.

On your bike! It’s time to Endure for a Cure


On 20 October we’re holding our annual 12-hour cycling challenge, where teams compete to ride the most laps and raise the most funds for our research.

'cylists on the track in Endure for a Cure 2016