Our Impact Grant applications Apply for a grant Next Neuroblastoma Australia Grant Round will be in 2024 or 2025. Since 2019, Neuroblastoma Australia Scientific Advisory Board has awarded four research grants and $600 000 has been provided for these grants. You can see some of the grants in our current projects area. With the advice of our Scientific Advisory Board, Neuroblastoma Australia is able to fund a range of research projects. Every two to three years, depending on fundraising success, we seek grant applications from scientists who are passionate about finding kinder and more effective treatments for children diagnosed with neuroblastoma. We expect the next grant round to take place in either 2024 or 2025. For more information on how to submit a research proposal and the necessary components to be considered for funding please download our Neuroblastoma Australia form for research applications. In order to be considered, an Australian based collaborator must be included on the project. Please also download and complete the Investigator Information form In recent years Neuroblastoma Australia has supported various research projects with Children’s Cancer Institute, The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, UNSW Sydney and Sydney Children’s Hospital, and Cancer Council NSW. To date Neuroblastoma Australia has funded more than $3 million into neuroblastoma research thanks to the generous support of the community. The 2022 funding round grant pool was $350,000 which we spilt equally between two projects. Our expert Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) will independently review all research proposals and score them against our Assessment Matrix Proposals and they will be sent to specific specialists as required to also review and provide additional recommendations. Neuroblastoma Australia SAB will review all recommendations to determine which studies will be funded. All applications must support the mission of Neuroblastoma Australia: 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. For more information please contact Lucy Jones.