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Carrie's Beanies 4 Brain Cancer

In 2015 Carrie Bickmore OAM won the Gold Logie award which she dedicated to her late husband Greg Lange, who passed away following a 10-year battle with brain cancer.

Carrie went on to form Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer Foundation. CB4BC has since raised more than $22 million for this vital research. The CB4BC Foundation’s aim is to ensure as much money as possible gets into the hands of incredible researchers working to find a cure for this horrible disease.

Thanks to the generosity of every person who has bought a beanie, held a fundraiser or donated. You have made this possible.


For over 100 years WEHI have brought the world’s brightest scientists together to help solve some of the world’s most complex health issues.

WEHI have supported The Brain Cancer Centre through investment and are dedicated to improving lives by solving complex health problems in the fields of cancer, immune health and infection, developmental disorders and healthy ageing.

Cowboy Hats for Kate

Cowboy Hats for Kate was established in honour of Kate Day, who passed away following a 4 year battle with brain cancer.

Kate endured multiple surgeries, radiation and chemotherapy all whilst raising a young family and working on the farm with her husband John.

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Dine for a Cure

Dine for a Cure have raised over $1.6million for crucial brain cancer research.

Their committee is passionate about making a difference, having all lost love ones to brain cancer.

This year’s gala dinner will be held on 1st June – for more info and purchase your tickets click here.

FITE Brain Cancer

FITE Brain Cancer recently hosted their inaugural gala evening with funds raised supporting The Brain Cancer Centre.

The evening of music, fine dining and cocktails hosted by Tom McGuane (star of Frozen the musical) and starred Australian international opera star Luke Stoker.

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Flicker of Hope

We’re excited to announce Flicker of Hope’s $500,000 partnership with The Brain Cancer Centre.

Flicker of Hope have been a significant supporter of Dr Jim Whittle & his WEHI team’s research focused on Neurofibromatosis.

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Phren Gala

Imogen Mirkmidis & Heyder Shears hosted the inaugural Phren Gala in 2023 in honour of her late husband Athan, who sadly lost his battle with GBM.

They’ve raised over $120,000 to support the incredible researchers at The Brain Cancer Centre.

Laurie’s Love

Laurence Pavone was full of life and love.

At 42, Laurence was struck with the devastating news he had an aggressive, inoperable brain tumour.

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The Brain Ball

The Brain Ball hosts an annual fundraising event with proceeds supporting The Brain Cancer Centre.

This year’s event will be help on Friday 17th May with guest speaker Associate Professor Andrew Morokoff, Neurosurgeon The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

For more info and purchase tickets click here.

Community Fundraisers

Hugo's Story

Brooke & Ollie are passionate about changing the future for kids just like Hugo.

They’re committed to help raise awareness and vital funding for paediatric brain cancer research.

They’re raising funds to support a PhD Scholarship in Hugo’s name, awarded to a young brilliant mind dedicated to research in paediatric brain cancer.  To help develop new treatment options for kids with brain cancer.

This could be the piece of the puzzle that creates game-changing results and improves outcomes for kids with brain cancer.

We want to make sure that every Australian child diagnosed with brain cancer has access to better treatments and clinical trials than there are currently, to be given real hope for a positive outcome.

We need your help to do that.

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Lachie's Story

Lachie Stephenson lost his battle with a Diffuse Midline Glioma on Saturday 1st January 2022. His battle only lasted 7 months. He fought hard but it was just too big to win. He endured surgery, radiation and a clinical trial.

This was the same treatment used for this type of tumour in the 1960’s; there have been no medical advances in more than 60 years.

Lach was a perfectly healthy and fit 20yo who was playing footy and basketball one week and debilitated the next. It took Lach’s balance, coordination, vision, speech, the ability to swallow and then breathe. We need to raise funds and awareness.

If this can happen to Lach, no one is safe!

Please help so that parents in the future do not have to endure our unimaginable pain.

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Max’s Cast for a Cure

Max absolutely loved fishing and we wanted to start something in his honour so our beautiful courageous boy would never be forgotten with also the goal of raising money for Brain Cancer Research and to help NT families going through the same.

We started Max’s Cast for a Cure Fishing Competition in Darwin which we have run for 2 years. We are pleased to donate this year 40k to the Brain Cancer Centre in Max’s honour to Misty Jenkins lab with a focus on Ependymoma.

Max was the most beautiful son, big brother with the kindest most gentle soul. He radiated love and happiness. He never once complained after all the things he went through – always had a smile on his face and was dancing until the day he passed away.

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Help us see a world where no lives are lost to brain cancer.