In Memoriam Donations

As much as we may wish otherwise, cancer may ultimately take the life of someone we know and care about. We sympathise with you at this terrible time, and encourage you to remember your loved one in positive ways, acknowledging the joy and happiness that they brought you and your family and friends.

Many people want to acknowledge their loved one by giving a donation to a charity, particularly one which means something to them, or which helps people with cancer. These donations ensure that the important work of the National Cancer Foundation can continue, helping people currently affected by cancer, as well as educating the community, helping them avoid risk factors which may cause cancer, and make informed decisions about their lifestyle and choices.

Every donation received by the National Cancer Foundation is fully tax deductible*, and a receipt will be posted to the donor. In addition, a letter will be posted to the next of kin, acknowledging the kind donation, and listing the donors that contributed in memory of their loved one.

If you have recently lost someone, and would like envelopes for the funeral for guests who wish to donate to us, please call us on 1300 885 354. Donations can also be made over the phone using a credit card, or by direct deposit into our account. Please contact us if we can be of any assistance to you.

If you have lost someone, and would like to give a donation, please phone us on 1300 885 354 so that we can assist you with this kind contribution, and notify the next of kin of your generosity.






*Tax deductibility applies to all donations of $2 and above. Please note that donations do not attract GST.


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