September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month

The Childhood Cancer Association is one of Australia’s key childhood cancer support organisations. The association helps families from South Australia and the Northern Territory — and also support country Victoria and New South Wales families if their child receives treatment in Adelaide.

Ever since 1982, it’s been the association’s mission to provide practical, hands-on support for children with cancer, and their families.

They were formed by a group of parents of children with cancer who responded to the needs they had identified themselves. This group, with the help of Paediatric Oncologist Dr Michael Rice, began to build the services that now form the basis of what they do. The support is tailored to meet the needs of each individual family.

They rely solely on the generous support of the people and businesses to help continue to provide vital services and support to families in need.

So get around them, support their cause and share this post to raise awareness for Childhood Cancer.