Rare Cancer Support

Rare Cancers Australia Ltd (RCA) is a charity whose purpose is to improve awareness, support and treatment of Australians with rare and less common (RLC) cancers.

Koala Kids is a volunteer-driven organisation that provides small things that make a difference to the lives of children and young people (birth to 25 years) in cancer treatment and their families. They provide therapeutic resources, family support and entertaining activities in Children’s Cancer Centres in Victoria.

Very Special Kids provides flexible family support programs, planned and emergency respite and end-of-life care for families caring for a child with a life-threatening condition.

Children’s Cancer Institute Australia for Medical Research (CCIA) is the only independent medical research institute in Australia dedicated to research into the causes, prevention, better treatments and ultimately a cure for childhood cancer.

Redkite supports children, teenagers and young adults with cancer (up to the age of 24), and their families. Redkite is available with essential support from the moment of diagnosis, throughout treatment and when families return home to the community.

Challenge: Supporting kids with cancer.
Challenge is a not-for-profit organisation that delivers daily support to children and families living with cancer. Since 1983, Challenge has helped over 25,000 children and families, making a real difference to their quality of life from the moment they are diagnosed, through treatment and beyond. Their pledge is that throughout their journey, they will never walk alone.

Best Doctors Australia provides access to leading medical minds from Australia and around the world. So you can be confident you’re making the right decisions about your medical care.
Best Doctors support The Leila Rose Foundation by giving us access to their services for 5 eligible patients per year.

TLC for kids is a National ATO Endorsed charity that supports sick kids and their families through the moments in hospital where fear and distress can take over.  They provide unique programs to give practical, emotional and distractional support to sick children and their families.