One in three Victorians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. In Victoria alone, there are more than 35,500 new cases of cancer diagnosed each year.
We’re determined to change that, which is why we are working, every day, to get closer to a cancer free future.
As an independent, not-for-profit organisation, we rely on the generosity of the community to help us prevent cancer, empower people and save lives.
4 reasons to partner with us
Link up with our trusted brand
By working with us, you’ll be helping us achieve a cancer free future while sharing the benefits of our strong reputation and trusted brand.
We will work closely with you to identify programs and services that align with your brand and develop individual partnership packages designed to meet your corporate social responsibility goals.
Help your employees prevent cancer
Each year we help prevent more than 6,500 cases of cancer in Victoria. Our in-house experts can provide :
Information you can share with your employees on cutting their cancer risk.
Educational sessions with our SunSmart experts.
A presentation from our Achievement Program leaders to help your organisation reach healthy workplace goals.
Screening information about cervical, bowel and breast cancer.
Let us help you engage your employees
Engage your team and connect them through initiatives such as workplace giving, corporate volunteering and participation in fundraising events such as Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, Dry July, Daffodil Day, The Longest Day Golf Challenge, March Charge and more.
We’ll give you all the help you need to get your fundraising off the ground and keep you updated on the impact of your efforts.
Support for colleagues affected by cancer
We can help you support colleagues and families impacted by cancer:
Credible resources including training on how to have conversations with people impacted by cancer or terminal illness.
Access to our cancer nurses who can provide emotional, practical and psycho-social support to anyone impacted by cancer. Our nurses are available to discuss everything from cancer types to treatment options and advise on practical concerns such as wigs and finances .
Commonwealth Bank partnered with Cancer council to develop bespoke training for its people in hardship, vulnerability and complaint divisions of the bank. Through our partnership with Cancer Council, our people gained an in depth knowledge of effective and respective communication in the context of serious illness. The program took our understanding of serious illness to a much more nuanced level and gave our people tools which they could implement into their day jobs straight away, it was an absolute pleasure to work with Cancer Council on this project.
Head of Customer Vulnerability
Customer and Community Advocacy
Ritchies are proud to have a long standing relationship with the Cancer Council who are one of the biggest beneficiaries of our community benefit program. Since 1993 the Cancer Council have received 2.7 million dollars through this program which is helping support the work of the Cancer Council towards a cancer free future.
Mr Fred Harrison
Ritchies Stores CEO
Co-founders Lidia Nancovski and Lana Klimovski are proud to partner with Cancer Council to positively change health outcomes for Australians with automatic and tailored reminders for appointments and check-ups with your local doctor, making preventative healthcare easier - for more visit doctors.com.au.
Lidia Nancovski and Lana Klimovski
SJD Homes is proud to partner with Cancer Council Victoria to fund blood cancer research. SJD Homes lost a dear colleague and friend, Kerry Holland, to Leukemia. Kerry was one of the most giving and selfless people we had the pleasure to know, so it is our mission to give back in her honour. Together with Cancer Council Victoria we hope to make a difference to Victorian’s impacted by cancer and their loved ones.
Complete the form below if you are interested in partnering with us to make this a reality.