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How you can help

We are committed to providing cancer treatment in a manner that supports, nurtures and empowers patients, their families & carers.

Fundraise

We have a fundraising activity to suit everybody, it's easy and rewarding and we're here to help you every step of the way.

Need some ideas? Have a read through our tips & advice for some pointers on how to make the most out of your fundraising efforts.

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In memory

A gift in memory is a thoughtful way to remember your loved one and help transform cancer treatment and care in Australia.

Remember a loved one by setting up a personalised in memory page that friends and family can donate to.

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Tax Appeal 2018

"We have one life - we want to stay together as long as we can." - Piotr and Gosia Broniszewski

$247,192
raised of our $295,525 Goal

Volunteer

Chris O’Brien Lifehouse volunteers work side-by-side with staff to deliver uncompromising care to our patients and their families. They work both behind the scenes and more directly with patients and their families.

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Corporate

Align your company with Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and help to improve the quality of life of cancer patients, carers and their families by advancing the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, cure and prevention of the disease.

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Walk With Lifehouse

Join your friends on a challenging one day 28km trek along the beautiful south coast from Otford Lookout through the Royal National Park to Bundeena beach.

7:30AM - 5:00PM
27 Oct 18
Otford Lookout, Otford
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Patient Advocate, Gail O’Brien AO

As the wife of the late Professor Chris O’Brien (AO), Gail has played an instrumental role in supporting her husband’s vision for Australia to have its own world-class, fully integrated and comprehensive cancer care facility.

A tireless advocate for cancer patients, Gail O’Brien was awarded the Officer of the Order of Australia in 2018 for her commitment to improving the lives of people with cancer.

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