Remember your loved one by creating a unique and dedicated tribute page.
This special space allows family and friends to connect, share messages and photos, or make a donation in memory of your loved one.
If you'd like to organise for donations to be gathered at your loved one's funeral, please call 1300 65 65 85. Or you can simply donate online.
However you choose to remember your loved one, we can be there to help.
Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible.
Garry Robilliard, speaking about his mum Evelyn who passed away from bowel cancer.
Christopher Probyn speaking about his mother who passed away from melanoma.
Ian Thomas, speaking about his daughter who passed away from breast cancer in 2011.
Grit Diessner speaking about her husband who died of a rare brain tumour.
Chrissy Hewawissa, speaking about her father who passed away from cancer in 2005.
Create a unique and lasting space to honour your loved one.
If a tribute page has already been created for your loved one, you will find it here.
If you would prefer not to create a tribute page, you can simply donate online to help fight cancer
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F: +61 3 9514 6800
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Cancer information for aboriginal communities.
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Free short breaks for those affected by cancer and their families.
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Our wig service is free, private and personalised. We offer an extensive range of synthetic wigs along with headscarves, beanies and cotton caps.
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Cancer services guide
Cancer information and support services for Victorian Aboriginal communities.
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Life after treatment
Information to assist you with the emotional, physical, practical, spiritual and social challenges you may face now that treatment has finished.
Understand more about nutrition and eating well during and after cancer treatment.
Sexuality and intimacy
Information and tips for people with cancer and their partners to help understand and deal with the ways cancer and its treatment may affect your sexuality.
Early detection offers one of the best chances of cure.
Eat a healthy diet
Be a healthy weight
Be physically active
We're working to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Scientific work funded in universities, hospitals and research institutes.
Victorian Cancer Registry
We register details of all cancer diagnoses to keep statistics.
A centre studying population groups and their characteristics.
Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer
Our Forgotten Cancers Program
Our Forgotten Cancers Program is committed to improving survival for less common and low survival cancers.
Meet our researchers
Team of researchers who have expanded our understanding of cancer.
In Australia, any research involving humans must consider ethics.
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Cervical Screening Providers
Cancer Council Victoria is dedicated to supporting the work of Nurse Cervical Screening providers.
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Review of the Optimal Care Pathways (formerly known as Patient Management Frameworks).
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Cancer Council Victoria is a company limited by guarantee governed by a Board of Directors who are advised by committees.
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Download our detailed reports on our achievements each year.
History (80+ years)
Snapshots of people and events from our long history.
Aboriginal communities peoples' health is everyone's responsibility.
Culturally diverse communities