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Myeloma Foundation of Australia Inc.

Contact

Name: Steve Roach

Position: CEO

Email: admin@myeloma.org.au

Address

333 Swan St

Richmond

Melbourne 3121

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Our Mission / Objective

Mission



We facilitate myeloma research in Australia, inform and support those living with the disease and educate those involved in its care and treatment



Objectives/Activites



Information in the form of many information sheets and books and our quarterly MyeNews magazine.  These resources are available by contacting head office or via our website www.myeloma.org.au



Support  provided by our myeloma support nurses via a free call telephone support line and the facilitation of information and support groups throughout the country.  This enables fellowship of patients and carers within the myeloma community.



Education for those living with myeloma, their family and friends through our workshops and seminars.  We also provide education sessions for health care professionals to enhance their understanding of the disease and its management



Myeloma Research  fostered through the efforts of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Group (MSAG) attached to Myeloma Australia



Myeloma Advocacy working locally and internationally with a global alliance to create awareness and facilitate implementation of new treatments through lobbying government and health care authorities


Our Services

Myeloma Support Nurses  - Myeloma Australia employs highly skilled support staff who are available to discuss myeloma related issues with those living with myeloma, their family and friends and health professionals Australia wide.



Myeloma Telephone Support Line - A confidential service providing patients, relatives, carers and health professionals with ready access to information about myeloma, relevant referrals and support.



Myeloma Workshops and Seminars - Providing the myeloma community access to up to date information from myeloma specialist doctors and other health care professionals. 



Myeloma Information and Support Groups - A welcoming and friendly space to meet other members of the myeloma community to share experiences and learn from various guest speakers from a health management and practical perspective.



Myeloma Education for Health Professionals - Providing health professionals with up to date information on aspects of treatment, care and management of myeloma patients to be disseminated to the patient/carer



 


Our Beneficiaries

The myeloma community in Australia and health professionals working with the myeloma community.


Projects in Progress

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

30 476 390 368

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

Your bequest to Myeloma Australia would be used to continue support, education, information and research to those affected by multiple myeloma.



Please contact head office for further information on how you can be involved.


General Donations

All money donated to the Myeloma Foundation goes directly to the Foundation to fund our programs and services.



All donations (above $2) are tax deductible as we are a registered charity and have direct gift recipient status with the ATO.



We are also audited annually as per our constitution although this is not a legal requirement. We are very proud that we push so much money into our services and continue to grow and support the myeloma community.



There are transaction fees attached to online donations. You can opt to cover these fees by ticking the box provided to further assist the Foundation if you choose.



Click here for more information


Work with us

Volunteer with us

There are many ways to get involved and help the Foundation.  Please call head office to see how you can help or email us at admin@myeloma.org.au


Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Mission



We facilitate myeloma research in Australia, inform and support those living with the disease and educate those involved in its care and treatment



Objectives/Activites



Information in the form of many information sheets and books and our quarterly MyeNews magazine.  These resources are available by contacting head office or via our website www.myeloma.org.au



Support  provided by our myeloma support nurses via a free call telephone support line and the facilitation of information and support groups throughout the country.  This enables fellowship of patients and carers within the myeloma community.



Education for those living with myeloma, their family and friends through our workshops and seminars.  We also provide education sessions for health care professionals to enhance their understanding of the disease and its management



Myeloma Research  fostered through the efforts of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Group (MSAG) attached to Myeloma Australia



Myeloma Advocacy working locally and internationally with a global alliance to create awareness and facilitate implementation of new treatments through lobbying government and health care authorities


Our Services

Myeloma Support Nurses  - Myeloma Australia employs highly skilled support staff who are available to discuss myeloma related issues with those living with myeloma, their family and friends and health professionals Australia wide.



Myeloma Telephone Support Line - A confidential service providing patients, relatives, carers and health professionals with ready access to information about myeloma, relevant referrals and support.



Myeloma Workshops and Seminars - Providing the myeloma community access to up to date information from myeloma specialist doctors and other health care professionals. 



Myeloma Information and Support Groups - A welcoming and friendly space to meet other members of the myeloma community to share experiences and learn from various guest speakers from a health management and practical perspective.



Myeloma Education for Health Professionals - Providing health professionals with up to date information on aspects of treatment, care and management of myeloma patients to be disseminated to the patient/carer



 


Our Beneficiaries

The myeloma community in Australia and health professionals working with the myeloma community.


Projects in Progress

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

30 476 390 368

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

Your bequest to Myeloma Australia would be used to continue support, education, information and research to those affected by multiple myeloma.



Please contact head office for further information on how you can be involved.


General Donations

All money donated to the Myeloma Foundation goes directly to the Foundation to fund our programs and services.



All donations (above $2) are tax deductible as we are a registered charity and have direct gift recipient status with the ATO.



We are also audited annually as per our constitution although this is not a legal requirement. We are very proud that we push so much money into our services and continue to grow and support the myeloma community.



There are transaction fees attached to online donations. You can opt to cover these fees by ticking the box provided to further assist the Foundation if you choose.



Click here for more information


Work with us

Volunteer with us

There are many ways to get involved and help the Foundation.  Please call head office to see how you can help or email us at admin@myeloma.org.au


Our Annual Reports

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