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Cure Brain Cancer Foundation's important work will continue despite Covid-19

While COVID-19 has, and will, have an effect on some of Cure Brain Cancer Foundation’s operations, with your support we will continue to fund the world's best brain cancer research and help move us all closer to a cure.

Although our public events will be postponed, including some of our walks, treks and community fundraising events, we’re looking at how the Foundation and our supporters can deliver these important events in different ways, and we’ll communicate these to you in due course.

Your support is more needed now than ever, so if you were planning on making a donation via one of these postponed events please consider donating online at curebraincancer.org.au.

We remain committed to providing solutions, hope, enabling ground-breaking discoveries, and giving the brain cancer community a strong voice.

The results of years of research investment – more than $20.5 million since 2013 – have delivered many promising new discoveries, which could lead to new treatments for brain cancer patients and improve their quality of life.

Together, we must build on this momentum.

We receive no funding from government, so important work like this is only possible thanks to the generosity and support of people like you.

Sadly, brain cancer doesn't stop. It kills more Australian kids than any disease and more people under 40 than any cancer. We really need your help to change that.

It takes a team to beat brain cancer, and together we will.

Thank you for your continued generosity and support.