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. Please read how we help Tasmanians impacted by cancer.
Cancer Council Tasmania is a registered charity organisation with the Commonwealth Government’s ‘Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.
Put Your Best Foot Forward in a Pair of Daffodil Boots
Crafted by our friends at Blundstone Australia Pty Ltd, these fabulous boots are embossed with our beloved daffodil emblem, black on the outside for style, and bright yellow on the infamous elastic Blundstone sides. The daffodil is the universal symbol of hope for cancer, so wear yours with pride.
PRE-ORDER YOURS TODAY
These are a limited edition offering for all our friends and supporters and will be arriving in June.Order a pair of Daffodil Blundstones HERE NOW
Support Centre and Services
Cancer Council Tasmania offers a range of Support Services across our state, including complementary therapies, individual and group support, transport to treatment, practical help and resources.
Watch our short video to find out more and please call us for additional information on 03 6169 1900.Watch now
Unite in Yellow Gala Dinner 2021
Unite in Yellow Gala 2021 – Saturday 26 June at paranaple centre, Devonport.
Join Cancer Council Tasmania and special guest speaker, breakthrough best-selling author Kyle Perry, at this spectacular black tie gala as we raise funds for cancer research and our continued investment into service provision across Tasmania.Purchase Tickets Here
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea 2021
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is a community event that raises vital funds for those impacted by cancer.
The official date is Thursday 27th May 2021, but you can host anytime that works for you until the end of June.
It’s your morning tea, and you can host it any way you like! You can host at home with friends and family, at the local park with your community, or via online video chat with your colleagues. Every dollar you raise is going to make an incredible difference to people impacted by cancer.
All funds raised in Tasmania stay in Tasmania.
People impacted by cancer need your support now, more than ever. So register now, and host your tea your way!Learn more
Daffodil News - Summer 2020 Edition
Our latest newsletter is a bumper issue with all sorts of news, updates, and more!Read more
From all around the state, we have some wonderful activities and programs available.Read more
Cancer and COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Cancer Council Tasmania and Cancer Council Australia are continuing to monitor the public health risk posed by COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Cancer Council Tasmania understands that Tasmanians undergoing cancer treatment, cancer survivors, as well as their families and friends, may have questions in relation to how we are dealing with this issue.Learn more
Clothes4Cancer Op Shop
We are excited to announce that our first-ever Op Shop, Clothes4Cancer, is coming to the North West Coast!
We will be opening on Tuesday the 1st of September, located at Shops 3 & 4, 15-27 Murray Street, East Devonport.
Low-cost op shopping, raising funds for Cancer Council Tasmania.
Volunteers wanted! Please call 6169 1900 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgLearn more
Cancer Council Tasmania Future Fund
As a charity that is 90% funded by the Tasmanian community, our Future Fund is an investment fund that helps to ensure that we will be here to provide cancer support and prevention services now and into the future.Read more
Play for Purpose Raffle
We’re always looking at new ways to help raise funds for Tasmanian’s impacted by cancer so Cancer Council Tasmania partnered with the charity raffle, Play for Purpose. By purchasing tickets in this raffle you will help raise much needed funds for our Moving Through Cancer exercise physiology program, for people undergoing cancer treatment.
With 1 in 34 chance of winning you could win $250k cash, cars, boat and travel vouchers or the ultimate holiday!
Click on the link, good luck and thank you for supporting Tasmanians impacted by cancer.
The Thing About Cancer Podcast
How do people cope after a cancer diagnosis? What do all the tests mean? If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer, you might be interested in our The Thing About Cancer podcast series, where host, Julie McCrossin, joins experts to answer the big questions about living with a cancer diagnosis.
You might also be interested in our other podcast series: Cancer and COVID-19 and The Thing About Advanced Cancer.
Entertainment Books 2020-21 now available
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Get your new Entertainment Membership today.
The 2020 | 2021 Entertainment Memberships are here, with exclusive offers for everything you love to do. It’s our best Membership yet, packed with amazing offers for activities, attractions, shopping, travel and all kinds of tasty treats – from cool cafes to fabulous fine dining.Buy now
Reflect - Reconciliation Action Plan 2019-2020
Our first RAP has been developed. It is the result of achieving significant milestones in CCT’s reconciliation journey.Read more
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 Do It For Cancer Fundraising HandbookLearn more
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.’Learn more