Cancer Council Tasmania is a charity working to minimise the incidence and impact of cancer on all Tasmanians through advocacy, raising awareness of cancer prevention and offering support and information for anyone affected by the disease.
Cancer Council Tasmania is a registered charity organisation with the Commonwealth Government’s ‘Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.’
Every minute, every hour, every day.
Cancer never rests, and for that reason, neither do we. And tomorrow, with your help, we’ll start again. Find out how we’re here for all Australians affected by cancer.
A series of videos have been produced to highlight the services on of offer.
Link to all the ads here:
- Every minute, every hour, every day (60 second)
- Cancer research
- 13 11 20 support service
- Wig service
New Hobart address
Please note our Hobart offices have relocated to 15 Princes Street Sandy Bay. Contact details remain the same. (Our shop is also moving then but will not be opening until February 2018).Find us here
Relay For Life 2018
Join the thousands of people who take part in Cancer Council Tasmania’s Relay For Life.
CELEBRATE life. REMEMBER loved ones. FIGHT BACK against cancer.
* LAUNCESTON 24-25 March 2018 Northern Athletics Centre St.Leonards
* NORTH EAST (DORSET) 3-4 March 2018 Scottsdale Football Ground
* NORTH WEST (PENGUIN) 3-4 March 2018 Penguin Sports Complex
* CIRCULAR HEAD 17-18 March 2018 Smithton Football Ground
* HUON VALLEY 7-8 April 2018 Huonville Recreation Ground
* HOBART 17-18 March 2018 Domain Athletic Centre
Start/Finish time for each 20 hour weekend event: Start Time: Saturday 2.00pm End Time: Sunday 10.00am Need more information or want to register?
Contact us on 1300 65 65 85.
Go to the Relay website
Annual Report 2016-17
Cancer Council Tasmania’s Annual Report provides information about our organisation and its many activities and achievements in the past Financial Year.Read it here
Latest Daffodil News
Find out what’s been happening and what’s coming up in news from all around the state.Read it here
News from the North
Check out the latest goings-on in the north of the state. Catch up on all the news in the February edition of our Launceston E Bulletin.Read it here
Seize the Day Awards Scholarships
Applications are now open (closing 9 March 2018).
The Seize the Day Awards help with post secondary education costs for young Tasmanians whose lives are affected by cancer, either directly or indirectly.
For further information, please contact the Senior Support Officer at email@example.com or call 6169 1916.
A big thank you to our major sponsor for Northern Tasmania, Cape Hope Foundation.More information
Do It For Cancer Fundraising Handbook
Every day we recognise and acknowledge the courage of others who are impacted by cancer. Cancer Council Tasmania is over 90% funded by public donations and fundraising events. You can help us provide vital support services by fundraising for us – have a look at some ideas in our 2016 Do It For Cancer Fundraising HandbookDo It For Cancer
Cancer Council Tasmania is the leading cancer charity in Tasmania and works across all cancers and all ages. Our services are free, confidential and accessible to all Tasmanians. We have strong partnerships with Tasmanian businesses who share our vision of a cancer free future for our state.Partners
Current Research Studies for Clients
At any time there may be a number of research projects, studies or surveys in progress looking for current or past cancer patients to volunteer to be involved.
Current studies cover:
- Men and Sexual Health Prostate Cancer Study
- Managing Depression and Anxiety
- Cancer Patients and/or Survivors Who’ve Received Neurotoxic Chemotherapy
- Australian Breakthrough Cancer (ABC) Study
To find out more, click on the link provided to see ‘Current Research Studies for Clients.’More information
Taken part in a fundraising event?Deposit funds raised here
Keep up to date with our messages via YouTube. Take a look at Cooking with Lilly, our Support Centre in Launceston, Kirsten’s cancer story and more…View here