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Why donate to Cure Cancer?

We are dedicated to kick-starting bright new ideas in cancer research. 

Your donation helps us fund the top 1% of the most ground-breaking new projects, led by brilliant emerging researchers, across all cancers.

Together, with our supporters, partners, researchers, and institutes, we are working to find the most impactful solutions as quickly as we can.  

Our vision is to cure cancer. With your support, we know we can. 


Is my donation tax deductible?

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All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible.

How can I update my regular donation?

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If you need to make changes to your regular donation, we’d be happy to help. Get in touch with us via our Contacts page.

How do I obtain a receipt?

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All donations and sponsorships over $2 are fully tax deductible. If you make a one-off donation online, your receipt will be emailed to you automatically. If you make a one-off donation via mail or over the phone, you will receive a tax receipt either by email or in the mail within 1-2 weeks. If you are a regular donor and set up monthly payments, you will receive a consolidated tax receipt covering all your donations during that financial year in late July each year.

Can I donate via bank transfer?
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Yes, you can!

Our bank details are:

Account Name: Cure Cancer Australia Foundation

Bank: National Australia Bank

BSB: 082-057

ACC: 362668315

Reference: Your Name

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