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Childhood Cancer Association Inc

Contact

Name: Cath O'Loughlin

Position: CEO

Email: info@childhoodcancer.asn.au

Address

L1 55 King William Rd

North Adelaide

South Australia 5006

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Our Mission / Objective

Our Mission

The Childhood Cancer Association provides ongoing and practical hands on support for children living with cancer, and their families.

The Childhood Cancer Association receives no government funding and therefore relies solely on the generous support of the community, to enable it to continue to provide vital services and support to families in need.

For further information about the Childhood Cancer Association, please download the About Us document here.

 

Our Services

About Our Services

The Childhood Cancer Association is one of Australia’s key childhood cancer support organisations.

Support is tailored to meet the needs of every individual family. Key services and support include: professional counselling, daily hospital visits, sibling support, free accommodation for country/interstate families, respite accommodation for all families, financial assistance, educational assistance and bereavement support.

Our support extends to all family members including the child with cancer, parents/guardians, siblings, grandparents and extended family.

For more information about the Childhood Cancer Association please visit the About Us page.

For detailed information on the services and support available to families, please see menu on left hand side of page.

In our work with families, the Childhood Cancer Association is committed to providing the highest quality of care. This includes:

  • Treating every clients privacy with the highest level of respect
  • Providing highly confidential, professional services
  • Providing clients with individualised, non-judgmental assistance
  • Giving each client the option to discontinue contact with the service at any stage
  • Providing clients with the ability to give feedback or make a complaint about any issue and have it followed up

    Click Here To Learn More

Projects in Progress

Our People

CEO

Cath O'Loughlin, CEO

Leadership Team

Anna Boynton – Clinical Psychologist (Family Service Manager)
Chris Coelle – Senior Counsellor
Kate Bryson – Counsellor
Kerry Johnson – Administration & Accommodation Coordinator (FService)
Kylie Buberis – Marketing & Special Projects Manager
Rod Jameson – Business Director
Anais Medwell – Events & Community Engagement Manager
Kirsty Iovino – Administrator

Names of Board Members

Mr Chris Hartley – President
Mr Andrew Dunbar – Vice President
Mr Stuart Brown – Secretary & Acting Treasurer
Mr Anthony Pope – Board Member
Ms Symoane Mercurio – Board Member
Ms Katie Bridges – Board Member
Mr Paul Anderson – Board Member
Ms Cath O’Loughlin – Board Member
Mr Ben Mead – Board Member
Mr Andrew Cassetti – Board Member

Number of Employees

8

Registration Information

ABN

49 917 925 266

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

In making a bequest to the Childhood Cancer Association, you will join a special group of people who are passionate about investing in the future of children with cancer.

How your legacy will assist:

Thanks to your generosity, you will ensure vital services and support continue to be available to children with cancer, and their families. For example:

  • Professional counselling
  • Accommodation for country families
  • Respite accommodation for all families
  • Daily hospital visits
  • Sibling support groups
  • Bereavement support
  • Education support

Click Here To Learn More

General Donations

Please help us to continue our vital support of children living with cancer, and their families.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Volunteering with a not-for-profit organisation such as the Childhood Cancer Association can be a very rewarding experience.

Even if you are not directly working with families whilst volunteering with the organisation, you can be assured that your assistance will be either directly or indirectly supporting families who are going through the childhood cancer journey.

There are many ways you can Volunteer with the Childhood Cancer Association, some of these include:

Family Service team

  • Administration
  • Childminding
  • Group Leaders

Events/Fundraising team

  • General administrative support for a variety of fundraising activities and events
  • Administrative support with our annual major lottery
  • Fundraising/event support for major events throughout the year – Adelaide Stair Climb, City-Bay Fun Run

To find out more, please call us on (08) 8239 1444 or contact us via email

Download the Volunteer Application Pack here

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Our Mission

The Childhood Cancer Association provides ongoing and practical hands on support for children living with cancer, and their families.

The Childhood Cancer Association receives no government funding and therefore relies solely on the generous support of the community, to enable it to continue to provide vital services and support to families in need.

For further information about the Childhood Cancer Association, please download the About Us document here.

 

Our Services

About Our Services

The Childhood Cancer Association is one of Australia’s key childhood cancer support organisations.

Support is tailored to meet the needs of every individual family. Key services and support include: professional counselling, daily hospital visits, sibling support, free accommodation for country/interstate families, respite accommodation for all families, financial assistance, educational assistance and bereavement support.

Our support extends to all family members including the child with cancer, parents/guardians, siblings, grandparents and extended family.

For more information about the Childhood Cancer Association please visit the About Us page.

For detailed information on the services and support available to families, please see menu on left hand side of page.

In our work with families, the Childhood Cancer Association is committed to providing the highest quality of care. This includes:

  • Treating every clients privacy with the highest level of respect
  • Providing highly confidential, professional services
  • Providing clients with individualised, non-judgmental assistance
  • Giving each client the option to discontinue contact with the service at any stage
  • Providing clients with the ability to give feedback or make a complaint about any issue and have it followed up

    Click Here To Learn More

Projects in Progress

Our People

CEO

Cath O'Loughlin, CEO

Leadership Team

Anna Boynton – Clinical Psychologist (Family Service Manager)
Chris Coelle – Senior Counsellor
Kate Bryson – Counsellor
Kerry Johnson – Administration & Accommodation Coordinator (FService)
Kylie Buberis – Marketing & Special Projects Manager
Rod Jameson – Business Director
Anais Medwell – Events & Community Engagement Manager
Kirsty Iovino – Administrator

Names of Board Members

Mr Chris Hartley – President
Mr Andrew Dunbar – Vice President
Mr Stuart Brown – Secretary & Acting Treasurer
Mr Anthony Pope – Board Member
Ms Symoane Mercurio – Board Member
Ms Katie Bridges – Board Member
Mr Paul Anderson – Board Member
Ms Cath O’Loughlin – Board Member
Mr Ben Mead – Board Member
Mr Andrew Cassetti – Board Member

Number of Employees

8

Registration Information

ABN

49 917 925 266

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

In making a bequest to the Childhood Cancer Association, you will join a special group of people who are passionate about investing in the future of children with cancer.

How your legacy will assist:

Thanks to your generosity, you will ensure vital services and support continue to be available to children with cancer, and their families. For example:

  • Professional counselling
  • Accommodation for country families
  • Respite accommodation for all families
  • Daily hospital visits
  • Sibling support groups
  • Bereavement support
  • Education support

Click Here To Learn More

General Donations

Please help us to continue our vital support of children living with cancer, and their families.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Volunteering with a not-for-profit organisation such as the Childhood Cancer Association can be a very rewarding experience.

Even if you are not directly working with families whilst volunteering with the organisation, you can be assured that your assistance will be either directly or indirectly supporting families who are going through the childhood cancer journey.

There are many ways you can Volunteer with the Childhood Cancer Association, some of these include:

Family Service team

  • Administration
  • Childminding
  • Group Leaders

Events/Fundraising team

  • General administrative support for a variety of fundraising activities and events
  • Administrative support with our annual major lottery
  • Fundraising/event support for major events throughout the year – Adelaide Stair Climb, City-Bay Fun Run

To find out more, please call us on (08) 8239 1444 or contact us via email

Download the Volunteer Application Pack here

Our Annual Reports

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