You're funding cutting-edge cancer research that will save countless lives!


5-year survival rate


Invested in cancer research


Australians saved in the last 20 years


Researchers funded each year

Meet Australia's brightest cancer research minds

Life-saving research

Investment in research by organisations like Cancer Council has helped increase cancer survival rates to 69% today.

And, thanks to those who support us, Cancer Council is the largest non-government funder of cancer research in Australia.

For all that cancer takes, give this Daffodil Day , so we can continue funding lifesaving research into all cancers. Thanks to generous donations from people like you, amazing advancements have been made in cancer prevention, screening and treatment.

Triple-negative breast cancer

Associate Professor David Croucher and his team are developing strategies aimed at preventing the growth and survival of metastatic TNBC cells.

Cervical cancer

Thanks to our wonderful supporters, Australia will be the first country in the world to eliminate cervical cancer by 2035.

Personalised cancer treatments

Dr Madelé van Dyk is leading an Australian-first research project aimed at perfecting personalised treatments for cancer patients.


Associate Professor Alexander Swarbrick and his team aim to develop new immunotherapy strategies for metastatic breast cancer, thereby reducing the mortality of this disease.

Childhood cancer

Professor Joanne Aitken leads the Australian Childhood Cancer Registry, a critical Australian research tool driving major cancer research discoveries both here and overseas.

The lives you save

Give the gift of hope this Daffodil Day and change someone's life

The hope of a cancer free future means so much to the 150,000 Australians diagnosed with cancer each year, as well as those who are close to them.

By supporting Daffodil Day, you can give hope for a future where all cancer is treatable by funding lifesaving cancer research.

Thanks to your support we can work towards
a cancer free future.