If you can't join us in Sydney for Run2Cure on April 2, our Run2Cure Local 2023 means you can still participate in our major fundraising event. Simply find a suitable space near you to run, jog or walk, choose your distance, and setup a fundraising page

This event gives you the chance to raise much needed funds for research into neuroblastoma and gives hope to children battling this devastating childhood cancer for a cure with better, safer treatments. 

So, grab your mates this April (Run2Cure month) and join us from wherever you are to raise awareness and fundraise to help children with neuroblastoma.  Set yourself a personal challenge and start talking to friends and family to get them to run as a group, or to help raise awareness and funds for neuroblastoma.

Run2Cure Local Distances include: Half Marathon, 10k, 5k and 3k runs a 1K dash, and the 1K Little Heroes Walk specially for children and families.

There's no cost to participate in Run2Cure Local 2023, simply set-up your fundraising page and share with friends and family to start receiving donations. Setting up your page is simple and only takes a few minutes: https://bit.ly/3ZSndXt

Donations help us raise vital funds for research. Funds raised will go to support our research projects which were awarded Neuroblastoma Australia grants in 2022. These important projects are focused on developing treatments for neuroblastoma that will improve outcomes for children diagnosed with this terrible childhood cancer.

Support our Superheroes

Fundraising for childhood cancer is a rewarding experience.
All our children thank you for your support and for giving them a chance for a healthy future.


Meet our little Superhero, Fiapule.  Fiapule was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma only a few months before her 2nd birthday. 

Immediately after diagnosis, Fiapule was admitted to hospital. Over the months that followed, Fiapule endured five rounds of chemotherapy, surgery, and stem cell transplants. Due to severe mucositis (a painful inflammation of the gut and mouth), Fiapule had to be fed via a nasogastric tube. 

You can fundraise this April for our superheroes, like Fiapule, affected by neuroblastoma. 

Help us fundraise and raise awareness about Neuroblastoma and the many kids and families suffering from this devastating cancer. To get to know more about our neuroblastoma families and read their stories, visit our Family Stories page.

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