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Cherish Women's Cancer Foundation

Cherish Women's Cancer Foundation

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Cherish the women in your life by donating to our cause - we raise money to find better, kinder and more effective treatments for women with gynaecological cancer.

Cherish Women’s Cancer Foundation’s primary goal is to find and fund clinical research that results in better treatments for gynaecological cancer patients that can be developed and implemented quickly. Our secondary goals include funding research into prevention, early detection and a cure.

If we don’t create ways to fund research into gynaecological cancer, we simply wouldn’t improve survival rates, treatment options, our knowledge about ways to prevent it and ways to detect it earlier. This is because the only way to fund improvements in this area is through fundraising.

Each year in Australia, more than 6000 women are diagnosed with gynaecological cancer and this number is increasing each year. Almost a third will not survive their disease. More than ever before, we need to increase research into quality treatments as this group of cancers is costing Australia $182 million a year, affecting women’s quality of life and having an impact it shouldn’t be having in this day and age.

Funding into research by the Australian Government has been drastically reduced since 2008, from $14 million to $7 million, even though all of the statistics show it is an increasingly prevalent cancer type among women. We cannot continue to wait. The current status quo isn’t good enough. Cherish was established in 2012 to raise crucial funds to support research projects which have the potential to produce real outcomes for those touched by gynaecological cancer.

Thank you for supporting Cherish Women's Cancer Foundation and supporting research to help women with gynaecological cancer.

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Contact Details

PO Box 82
ROYAL BRISBANE HOSPITAL QLD, 4029

0488333723

Are donations tax deductible?

Yes

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.