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Advocacy and research
13th Jul

13 Jul '22
A milestone moment in cancer support 

Today marks a milestone moment in cancer support. Our three organisations have been working together for some time to determine how we can make it easier for families impacted by cancer to get the practical and emotional support they need. 

A milestone moment in cancer support 

Today marks a milestone moment in cancer support. Our three organisations have been working together for some time to determine how we can make it easier for families impacted by cancer to get the practical and emotional support they need. 

News
22nd Jul

22 Jul '22
KiteCrew – Redkite’s game-changer in childhood cancer support

KiteCrew is a free support app that coordinate’s all the practical support a family needs while their child is being treated for cancer.

KiteCrew – Redkite’s game-changer in childhood cancer support

KiteCrew is a free support app that coordinate’s all the practical support a family needs while their child is being treated for cancer.

A family in a hospital room arounda little boy in bed.

News
21st Feb

21 Feb '22
Redkite launches national awareness campaign

When a child gets cancer, everyone is affected. That’s the key theme for Redkite’s national awareness campaign taking place in February and March.

Redkite launches national awareness campaign

When a child gets cancer, everyone is affected. That’s the key theme for Redkite’s national awareness campaign taking place in February and March.

News
15th Apr

15 Apr '21
Podcast – Why it’s time men talked about their feelings

In the latest episode of his podcast, Byron Cooke and his guests open up about asking for help, mental wellbeing and why there’s no time like the present for Australian men to reach out.

Podcast – Why it’s time men talked about their feelings

In the latest episode of his podcast, Byron Cooke and his guests open up about asking for help, mental wellbeing and why there’s no time like the present for Australian men to reach out.