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

Why Fund Research?

Neuroblastoma takes the lives of more children under five than any other cancer, surely the government and pharmaceutical companies provide all the support researchers need to find a cure? The short answer is no.



Cook2Cure 2024 Ormeggio

Spring into 2024 with our special leap year Cook2Cure, taking place on February 29 at the fabulous Ormeggio at the Spit. Enjoy beautiful produce and the finest seafood at this special evening held in support of children with neuroblastoma.




Tickets: From $150.00

Author: Victoria Birch

Location: Ormeggio at the Spit,D'albora Marinas, Spit Rd, Mosman

Lucy's Story

In January 2021, Lucy was just like every other seemingly healthy 5.5-year-old-girl, excitedly preparing to start school, when she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.


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.

Why we need your support

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

Let’s save all toddlers from neuroblastoma cancer – donate to research today 

By making a donation, you can help us fund new research to find a cure within our lifetime:

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Latest news

  • Parent Perspective Published in Research Journal

    An important part of scientific research into neuroblastoma is understanding the impact current treatments have on children and their families. Read an important contribution made to the Pediatric Research Journal by a parent in our neuroblastoma community Read more

Latest events

  • Trek2Cure 2024 Larapinta Trail

    An amazing opportunity to complete a 7-day trek along one of the world's most iconic hiking trails. The Laparinta Trail is renowned for its incredible landscapes and ancient history. Explore its breathtaking sights while fundraising to help find better and kinder treatments for neuroblastoma. Read more

  • Run2Cure Sydney 2024

    Join us for our 2024 Run2Cure taking place in Sydney's iconic gardens in The Domain. On April 7, our community will come together to raise funds and awareness for neuroblastoma childhood cancer. Simply choose a distance and run, jog or stroll around this beautiful location with stunning views of Sydney Harbour and Opera House. Read more