We believe every child diagnosed with neuroblastoma deserves
to grow up and lead a long and healthy life

New Activity Packs

Take a look at our new kids activity range on our online site! Specially curated to provide repeat play value, these high quality Packs will help provide entertainment and distraction during the many hours spent in hospital, or at home in isolation.

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Author: Lynette Haines

Family support group

Supported by an experienced group facilitator, this virtual group is your safe space to meet and talk to other parents who have a little hero diagnosed with neuroblastoma childhood cancer.

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Author: Payal Sangwan

Elijah's Story

At five days old, Elijah was diagnosed with neuroblastoma and just first week of his life, Elijah underwent two biopsy surgeries, many blood tests and scans.

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Author: Payal Sangwan

Meet our families

Our neuroblastoma families are at the heart of what we do. Get to know some of the courageous family stories from our community, including our president Lucy Jones and her daughter Sienna Hoffmann; whose battle with the children’s cancer neuroblastoma inspired Neuroblastoma Australia. As a newly diagnosed family you can also join our support group.

Key statistics

Neuroblastoma is the number one baby/toddler cancer 1 average diagnosis

The average age of diagnosis is just two years of age

Only one out of two children survive aggressive neuroblastoma

Donate today to help us beat the number one toddler cancer

Your donation will help fund world-class Australian research into developing better, safer treatments for children with neuroblastoma.

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  • Run2Cure Local 2022

    This September, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month join Run2Cure Local 2022. Run, get fit and fundraise at a location near you! Registrations open end of July 2022. Read more

  • Run2Cure Domain 2022

    Support Run2Cure 2022 to raise funds and awareness for neuroblastoma childhood cancer. Simply choose a distance and walk or run around the most iconic and stunning views of Sydney Harbour and Opera House. Read more