About Us Our supporters Our supporters Support from businesses, individuals and the community is vital for us to achieve our mission which is for ALL children diagnosed with neuroblastoma to have the chance to grow up, free from the side effects of the disease and its treatments. Current opportunities We have sponsorship options available and if you would like more information on how you, or your business, can partner with us please contact us [email protected] Corporate Support We would like to thank the following the organisations for generously providing support to Neuroblastoma Australia: Allcott Hire has been a huge support to Neuroblastoma Australia by donating infrastructure for infrastructure for Run2Cure since 2013. Black Swatch is a contemporary graphic design company led by the very talented Melina Wilkins. We are very grateful to Melina for all her kind and generous support for many years. Quint is an award winning mobile app developed by Melina Wilkins which can be used to develop stunning invitations and allow you to track RSVPS. A % of profit is donated to Neuroblastoma Australia. Melina has designed programes for Sienna’s Gala Dinner since 2010. The Rockpool People is a finance company with a difference. It provides mortgages and finance but donates a set percentage of their upfront fee to four charities including Neuroblastoma Australia. Clients enjoy an easy and efficient process and have the advantage of knowing that they are helping a good cause at the same time. Storage King Balmain has provided storage facilities for the last 5 years. We are grateful for their ongoing support. Rent a Space Self Storage at Chatswood provides storage facilities. Thank you Rent a Space! ProYou Accounting kindly provides pro-bono accounting services to Neuroblastoma Australia. This saves us so much time allowing us to get on with raising funds for neuroblastoma childhood cancer research. Spirit is one of Sydney’s leading IT support and IT solutions providers for SMEs. This organisation provides IT support to Neuroblastoma Australia. Rawson Print Co. understand printing should be poised for perfection, produced on-time and within budget. Their extensive experience and knowledge is reflected in the quality they produce. Kwik Kopy, Miller Street North Sydney, specialises in personalised printing services. Whether it’s paper-based or promotional, our digital and offset printing technology delivers quality results. Get expert advice and request a custom quote today. Wilson Parking Australia has been recognised as the market leader in car park operations for over 50 years. Community Support Natalie and Jake Run For Jai Inspired by the resilience and strength of Jai, a school friend of their boys, Natalie and Jake are running 44kms of the Great Ocean Road Marathon. Jai, lost his battle to relapsed neuroblastoma. Natalie said that, "I was shocked and horrified by what I learnt. - The average age of diagnosis for neuroblastoma is just 2 years old- Only half of the children diagnosed with aggressive neuroblastoma survive- The children that do survive often have long term side affects from the actual treatments used." Natalie and Jake are fundraising for children like Jai, who are taken by neuroblastoma. They also believe that no family should go through the heart wrenching, crushing and life long grief that families with neuroblastoma suffer and that no child should have a life that was never lived. You can donate to the cause via this link. Tahlia's Shave Tahlia Baker, inspired by her nephew Will, who was diagnosed with stage 3 neuroblastoma at five-years-old, shaved her head to raise funds for Neuroblastoma Australia. Tahlia wanted to show support for Will, and other children with neuroblastoma. “I am raising money for research to find safer and more effective treatments, so children with this awful disease can have a better chance to grow up and live a happy, cancer-free life.”The shave took place at Westmead hospital, where Will is scheduled to start his next treatment program. Tahlia set a target of $2,500 which she smashed - the current total is $3842! Tahlia’s fundraising page will stay open a little longer. If you’d like to support Tahlia’s fundraising and get her total over the $4,000 mark, donate via this link. Nat Nat's Day Michele Johnson’s granddaughter was recently diagnosed with neuroblastoma, along with an auto immune disease. To help children like her granddaughter, Michele reached out to us to organise a fundraising event. She hosted Nat Nat's Day on Sunday 24th July. The family fun day consisted of a sausage sizzle, lots of games and great stalls. Nat Nat's Day was a fabulous event and raised an amazing $1700!We would like to extend our thanks to Michele, her family, and friends for supporting and donating to this amazing cause. As a small charity, community fundraising really makes a significant difference to us, and we are very grateful for these fundraisers to help us fund research for this aggressive toddler cancer.If you would like to host a community fundraising event, you can find information and event ideas on our website.