Neuroblastoma Awareness Day Sunday 2 February 2020 -875 days -1 hours -1 mins -1 secs Sienna's favourite flower In 2008, when she was just nine months old, Sienna the daughter of Neuroblastoma Australia President, Lucy Jones and her husband Oliver was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. After seven months of gruelling treatments she responded well. The tumour was successfully removed and Sienna was in remission. In late 2009 Sienna relapsed and after a very brave fight and more treatment Sienna tragically lost her battle on the 3 February 2010. Each year we share images and artwork of Sienna’s favourite flower, the frangipani to raise awareness of the children’s cancer neuroblastoma. We invite members of our community to post their stories and their images to share our experience with this disease and our hope for a cure. Stand with us and use the hashtags #2little #Neuroblastoma on 2 February 2020. 'Children come second in the world of cancer and it’s only when we raise our voices will we ensure that more funds into targeted research programs. It was an incredible day which showcased hope, stories of success and sadly of tragedy.' Lucy, Sienna’s mum Neuroblastoma Awareness car magnets Help spread us build awareness with our brand new "Help the Kids" car magnet. Our easy to apply, remove and re-apply magnetic signs come in two sizes and is a wonderful way to get pedestrians and other drivers to think about supporting research into neuroblastoma. The first shipment of magnets are on the way to our office (we expect them on 15 January) but you can get your order in through our shop now. Size details: Medium - 222mm height x 292mm length ($15) Large - 292mm height x 447mm length ($25) Neuroblastoma Awareness pins Wear a Neuroblastoma Awareness pin this Sunday 2 February to show your support. Our gold pins as worn below by Lucy Jones, President of Neuroblastoma Australia, are available for $3 each, $5 for two and $10 for a pack of five. We also have pink circular pins, shopping trolley tokens and other items that showcase our frangipani flower. Take a look at our online shop today for the whole range. Neuroblastoma greeting cards In February 2019, Gallery 307 Art School in Northbridge held a ‘Frangipani Day’ themed children’s school holiday workshop in support of Neuroblastoma Australia. Seven of the amazing artworks were made into greeting cards to raise funds for, and awareness of, the children’s cancer neuroblastoma. Congratulations and thank you to all of the artists for their contribution! These cards are available through our online shop for $10 for a pack of seven cards and sales will contribute to research into better and kinder treatments for this children’s cancer. Please select a donation amount (required) $20 Contribute to a world where every child diagnosed with neuroblastoma gets the chance to grow up. $50 Contribute to our research grant pool to attract the brightest young research talent to focus on better, kinder and more effective treatments. $100 Contribute so scientists can screen new drugs for treatment to help find a cure for neuroblastoma. $500 Contribute to the essential supplies needed to understand the causes of neuroblastoma. Other Set up a regular donationDonate Booking for this event has now closed.