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  • Donate in memory

    Honour the one you love by making a donation in their name.

    Your generous gift will enable research and support programs to continue to help those impacted by cancer. It’s a touching, impactful way to remember your loved one.

    Donating in memory can be a meaningful way for family, friends and loved ones to show support to the grieving, and to remember someone lost to cancer.

    In lieu of flowers or other gifts, individuals or families planning a funeral may wish to request that attendees make a donation toward Cancer Council SA’s local support, research and prevention programs.

    Donations can either be collected at the funeral, made online or by phone, or sent via post.

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  • Make an online donation

    Make an online donation

    Make an online donation in memory of your loved one.

  • Organise a donation collection

    Organise a donation collection

    Organise collective memorial donations at your loved one’s funeral or commemoration service.

  • Make a donation by phone or mail

    Make a donation by phone or mail

    Find all the details to help you give in the way you prefer.



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  • Be SunSmart

    Be SunSmart

    Understanding UV radiation and how it can damage your skin's DNA is an important step to safeguard against skin cancer.

  • Do you have a cancer question?

    Do you have a cancer question?

    Cancer causes questions. Call us for the answers.

  • Donate to cancer research

    Donate to cancer research

    Read how Kylan found inspiration in loss and created an incredible legacy in honour of his mum.

  • Donations In Memoriam

    Donations In Memoriam

    Remember your loved one’s life by helping to save others. Find out about our In Memoriam program.

  • Fundraising Events

    Fundraising Events

    We have a wide range of exciting events that give you the opportunity to support our vision of a cancer free future in a fun, easy yet symbolic way.

  • Q&A with Dr Julia Morris

    Q&A with Dr Julia Morris

    Every day researchers are working towards new breakthroughs in cancer, but have you ever stopped to think how many are female?