We have 2 organisations we are raising money for for Go Grey in May. Brain Cancer awareness month.
Purchase a ribbon, add your own special message and we will stick it on our window display for the whole of May.
Once May is done we can also post your ribbon to you. **optional
Brain Cancer kills for Aussies under 40 then any other cancer.
Talk, share, donate, start the conversation this May.
The Peace of Mind Foundation
Every family in Australia impacted by Brain Cancer will get the support they need.
To give support, courage and community to brain cancer patients, their carers, family and loved ones.
A different angle
We understand the stress, anxiety and journey that brain cancer patients, their families and loved ones go through.
Whilst we are not an organisation that undertakes research in brain cancer, we fully support all organisations and funds raised in the mission to find a cure. It is our hope that by tackling brain cancer from both angles, we can achieve the greatest support for everyone who comes into touch with the diagnosis.
Why we got started
Having lived through emotional and pragmatic challenges of a family member with brain cancer; Bec and her brother Clint founded the organisation to provide the much needed and often difficult to find support and care for patients and family. The organisation was created in honor of Clint’s wife and Bec’s sister-in-law, Caroline Maree Matthews.
Brain Cancer Centre - Carries Beanies 4 Brain Cancer
A shared vision:
That one day no lives will be lost to brain cancer
We want to transform brain cancer to be a treatable and survivable disease, so that all brain cancer patients have real hope.
We bring together the best and brightest minds with a single focus: to improve outcomes for brain cancer patients NOW and in the future. Our world-class research teams will work collaboratively to develop new treatments and trials so that patients diagnosed with brain cancer are given real hope.
The Brain Cancer Centre was founded by Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer and established in partnership with WEHI with support from the Victorian Government.
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