You don’t need to wait for a campaign to fundraise or raise awareness. You can empower your friends, family and local community to do their part to support people in Australia affected by head and neck cancer by hosting your own community event or activity at any time throughout the year.
Head and Neck Cancer Australia's community events help us provide people affected by head and neck cancer with access to education and support, raise awareness and advocate on behalf of the head and neck cancer community.
Organising your own community event is rewarding, fun and a great excuse to get together with family and friends! From a bake sale to a BBQ, big or small, whatever takes your fancy! Every bit helps.
Head and Neck Cancer Australia receives no government funding and relies on public donations and corporate support to fund our activities.Your involvement, no matter how big or small, will help make the lives of families experiencing head and neck cancer that little bit easier.
If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Head and Neck Cancer Australia by calling 1300 424 848 or email email@example.com.
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head and neck cancer charity ball - central coast NSW
$4,400! That was the final amount raised by Caitlin Frede, Grace Swain, James Shannon and Catherine Zil, a dedicated team of junior doctors working within Central Coast Health at their #HNC Charity Ball held in early March 2020 to support Beyond Five activities and help raise awareness of #HNC.
mick pieri hope lunch - parramatta nsw
In 2016 Mick Pieri from Sydney was treated for throat cancer with chemotherapy and radiation therapy at Blacktown Hospital. During treatment and recovery Mick was supported by his wife Brenda and close family members and also his extended family of Transport Workers' Union of NSW work colleagues who he credits with helping him in the months after treatment.
In July 2019 Mick raised over $18,000 when he brought together over 160 family, friends and work colleagues at Rydges Parramatta for a #HNC Hope fundraising lunch to help support people affected by #HNC.
southern implants golf day - sydney nsw
Howard Pogorelsky and the team at Southern Implants hold an annual golf day helping to raise awareness of the crucial role of dentists in the early diagnosis of #HNC. Since 2018 the team has raised over $2,500 to support Beyond Five activities.
nicole & amber marathon - gold coast qld
While Nicole Menardo and her nine year old daughter Amber, may not have run the full Gold Coast marathon on Saturday, we were delighted to have them participating in the 10 kilometre and 4 kilometre runs respectively raising over $2,000 to support Beyond Five.
In 2016, Nicole’s husband, Don was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal cancer, a rare cancer that starts in or behind the nose. Don continues to undergo treatment and has commenced an immunotherapy trial with Prince Alexandra Hospital and the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Brisbane.