Ascham Fiona

By Louise Stevens

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Let's take a stand against blood cancer.

Today, more than 50 Australians will be told that they have blood cancer and tomorrow - another 50 families will be devastated by the same news.

This page was created to raise vital funds to help provide the special care that is needed to get families through a blood cancer diagnosis as well as to help fund more game-changing research into this disease. 

The money raised will help provide care for those in need right now — and it will back the brightest researchers to continue uncovering faster diagnoses and better treatments to save lives. 

Please show your support by donating to this important fundraising campaign and enjoy folding your paper cranes. 

My Achievements

Congrats! You've hit your goal!

$80 raised - you've given a family a night of emergency accommodation!

You've covered genetic testing!

You've given a family a whole weeks accommodation near treatment

$1,000 raised - you've made a tube gene test with state-of-the-art-technology possible

You've covered 3 months of lab costs for vital blood cancer research

You've fund life changing research for 3 months

Thank you to my Supporters

$83.52

Anonymous

$208.80

Sofia Lindsay

$83.52

Grace Paxinos

$104.40

Beata Henderson

Grace has loved learning how to make paper cranes this term!

$31.32

Audrey Choi

I hope you meet the fundraising goal soon.

$31.32

Lakshmi Muvva

$31.32

Anonymous

$83.52

Carina Chung

Thank you for your great effort in raising the funds!

$83.52

Skye Barry

$55.33

Jordan Gregson

$55.33

Lauren Gough

My thoughts are with all the families supporting their loved ones who are suffering through a blood cancer diagnosis, and with the researchers who are working to uncover better treatments to save lives.

$104.40

April Palmerlee

$83.52

Anonymous

$31.32

Nikki Harmer

$55.33

Anonymous

$104.40

Anonymous

$208.80

Barbara Coombes

I hope our contribution makes a small difference. HELENA & ARIANA COOMBES

$104.40

Marisa Campion