MAKE A MONTHLY DONATION TO
CANCER RESEARCH

Our regular givers are a powerful group of supporters who believe that a world without cancer is possible. Together they are taking action to make it happen, and we are incredibly grateful for their support.

Making progress possible with regular donations

Our regular givers are often surprised to realise the difference they have made. Their monthly donations accumulate over time into an amount that truly has the power to save lives and bring hope to cancer patients and their families. When they give together, real progress is possible.

Together, we can outsmart cancer for good

MONTHLY DONATIONS TO CANCER RESEARCH – HOW IT WORKS:

  • Payment Methods

    Regular gifts to ACRF are typically processed on the 15th of every month. Automated donations can be set up via BPAY, through bank account transfers, or automatically deducted from your nominated bank account or credit card. Giving in this way reduces administration work attached to our income, making them more efficient donations.

  • Receipts

    We will notify you to confirm when your first regular gift has been processed. Please note, we issue your official tax-deductable receipt annually in July for the total amount you have generously contributed to ACRF via regular giving.

  • Keeping you Informed

    We will provide you with regular updates on the ground-breaking research made possible due to your generosity, and offer you access to research in action through lab tours, where you will meet the scientists at the forefront of cancer research in Australia.

MONTHLY MEMORIAL GIFTS: YOUR TRIBUTE TO A LOVED ONE

With the impact of cancer being felt by so many, regular giving can be an opportunity to pay tribute in honour of a loved one.

Your monthly donation will give hope to all Australians diagnosed with cancer, to ensure that one day we will be able to outsmart this disease.

WHO ELSE IS MAKING REGULAR CHARITY DONATIONS TO THE ACRF

  • LUCIANO HESPANHOL

    Regular Giver since 2007, donating in memory of his grandmother.

    “At any given time, I can remind myself that I am preventing other people from heading down the same no-through road.”

  • MARIA FALZON

    Regular Giver since 2002, giving in memory of her cousin.

    “I lost my cousin Maryanne who passed when she was only 42 years old. Actually she was diagnosed with the disease and then went into remission only for it to emerge very quickly afterwards in a bad way.”

  • DAVID ARCHER

    Regular Giver since 2011, giving in memory of his wife.

    “Danielle inspired so many during her brave fight against cancer. To honour her memory, I have made a life-time commitment to actively support Australian researchers in their search for the cures.”

  • What your donations have achieved

    Cervical cancer vaccine

    We gave initial seed funding to Professor Ian Frazer’s research into the cervical cancer (HPV). Over 150 million doses of vaccine have been delivered worldwide to date.

    Help fund cancer research
  • What your donations have achieved

    The pill that melts away cancer

    Our long term support of cancer research at WEHI has led to a treatment that melts away certain advanced forms of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. It has been approved for clinical use in the US, European Union and Australia and is being trialled for other types of cancer.

    Help fund cancer research
  • What your donations have achieved

    Personalised cancer diagnosis

    In 2015, we awarded $10 million seed funding to an ambitious cancer proteome project that aims to provide each cancer patient a personalised treatment plan within 36 hours. This will improve treatment outcomes and help avoid unnecessary treatments.

    Help fund cancer research
  • What your donations have achieved

    Zero childhood cancer

    We are one of the founding partners of the initiative that will tackle the most serious cases of infant, childhood and adolescent cancer in Australia. It is a key step towards the program vision of one day helping to cure 100% of children with cancer.

    Help fund cancer research