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Find out how your company can join the fight by sponsoring an event or through staff fundraising, volunteering or payroll giving

We have a bold mission: to increase five-year survival to 50% within 10 years.  To achieve this we need to dramatically increase brain cancer research. This increase in research will not be possible without the ongoing support and generosity of our existing corporate and trust & foundation partners.

We aim to create long-term valuable partnerships that deliver clear benefits to our partners while raising significant funds for brain cancer research. At Cure Brain Cancer, we tailor partnerships so they are mutually beneficial. We understand the importance of balancing the needs of our partners’ staff, customers and stakeholders with their desire to contribute in a meaningful way.

Here are some of the ways you can get involved:

Research funding

We need donations to fund research so the more you give the more we can do. We can allocate funds to specific research programs and keep you updated on their progress.

Events sponsorship

Sponsoring a Cure Brain Cancer Foundation event such Walk4BrainCancer can build positive awareness of your brand. We are experienced in delivering flexible sponsorship packages to suit your brand and budget.

Staff fundraising

We can help build a program of engaging fundraising activities to motivate employees or we can support a staff team to take part in events such as City2Surf, Run Melbourne or other team challenges.


We have a range of team volunteering opportunities to suit companies and organisations whatever their size. Organisation volunteering allows us to run large fundraising activities such as Walk4BrainCancer and to benefit from large events such as the City2Surf and Run Melbourne.

Payroll giving

Payroll giving is a simple and tax effective way for employees to make regular ongoing donations to Cure Brain Cancer. Donations are automatically deducted from pre-tax pay so taxable income is reduced and employees pay tax on this lower amount. This means they receive the tax benefit every month, without the need for receipts or waiting until the end of the financial year to claim.

Payroll giving is a form of workplace giving that is easy for employers to set-up and is low on costs and administration resources. A payroll giving program helps strengthen employee recruitment, loyalty and retention by increasing engagement, boosting staff morale.

Pro-bono and in-kind support

We welcome in-kind goods or pro bono services that we would otherwise need to buy on commercial terms. Pro bono and in-kind goods and services enable us to direct an even greater percentage of the donations we receive to our programs.

To discuss how you could support us in this way, contact us today.

Current partners

See a list of our current corporate partners, our charity partners and our trusts & foundations partners.

For more information on how you can add value to your team and fund vital brain cancer research please email our Head of Partnerships, Dustin Perry at dustin.perry@curebraincancer.org.au or call 0499 799 130.