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Our mission is that all children with all types of neuroblastoma survive and lead a long, healthy life, free from the side effects of their treatment. Our focus is raising awareness and fundraising for the research needed to make treatments more targeted, more effective and less toxic. Our belief is that all children have the right to grow up, and by investing in research today we will save the lives of children in the future.

Sienna's Gala Dinner Online Auction Is Now Live!

You can start bidding on items in our online "Sienna's Gala Dinner" auction. Anyone can bid and there are so many great options from a 7 night stay at a luxury holiday home in Bali to a fancy night out with the girls or a stunning ladies watch to name but a few. Final bids must be made by 10.30pm on 23rd February 2018 - the night of Sienna's Gala Dinner. Proceeds go towards neuroblastoma childhood cancer research. Thank you to all those who have helped with prizes. Click here to bid right now!

Give twice in February

February is a great month to send flowers to a loved one! This month, Flowers Across Sydney will donate 10% of the proceeds from sales of their Gerbera and Chocolate box gift to us. This will go towards funding neuroblastoma childhood cancer treatments to make them more targeted and effective. Thank you Flowers Across Sydney! Buy flowers today.
Neuroblastoma Australia was started by families and friends affected by neuroblastoma in 2010. Since 2010, over $1 million has been raised for research into neuroblastoma.
Sienna was born on 27th July 2007 and was a perfectly happy and healthy baby girl. At the age of 9 months Sienna developed a temperature and seemed unsettled. A visit to Sydney Children's Hospital revealed a large tumour off Sienna's adrenal gland. The words "neuroblastoma" then followed and Sienna started 7 months of high risk treatment falling into the high risk category due to her tumour being MNYC amplified. Read more
Neuroblastoma Australia's next event is "Sienna's Gala Dinner". The dinner will celebrate the life of Sienna Hoffman, daughter of Neuroblastoma Australia President, Lucy. Sienna died at just two and a half years old from neuroblastoma. Note that tickets have sold out in record time for 2018. Sorry to those who did not get tickets - we will look for a larger venue next year!
We couldn't do what we do without the help of our volunteers. We are so grateful for the support we receive. If you are keen to volunteer at one of our events or support us with the running of our charity, see our latest volunteer opportunities here
We are delighted to advise the immunotherapy antibody Unituxin is now available again in Australia and New Zealand as United Therapeutics are able to supply again. There is also an alternative antibody made by EUSA pharma called Isqette which is available under their Managed Access Program at a cost. Read more

A big thank you to all the volunteers who helped us put together Sienna's Gala Dinner - special thanks to 30 Optus Volunteers who helped from set up to pack down ! Nearly everyone on the night involved with the organisation was a volunteer which makes such a huge difference to the amount of funds we can raise ! ...

Neuroblastoma Australia
Ste 3, 165 Sailors Bay Rd
Northbridge NSW 2063
0406 991 606
info@nb.org.au
Neuroblastoma Australia Incorporated is a registered charity with GDR Status . ABN 74 173 375 414.