Wow what an amazing Daffodil Day. Thank you to all our amazing volunteers who supported us on both Friday and over the weekend. Also a special thanks to the community and our donors for your generous support. What a way to celebrate 30 years.Read more ›
Two health providers will receive funding through the Government’s infrastructure for building projects in Christchurch that will provide South Island patients and their families improved access to accommodation and support while they receive treatment,Read more ›
Please remember we are still available for information either on the phone, website or facebookRead more ›
We are very proud to congratulate one of our Executive Committee members, Annabel Ahuriri-Driscoll on being awarded this prestigious awardRead more ›
Ever wondered where all the fresh daffodils come from for Daffodil Day?Read more ›
The Breast Cancer Awareness Month, marked in countries across the world every October, helps to increase attention and support for the awareness, early detection and treatment as well as palliative care of this disease.Read more ›
Thank you so much to these children for picking daffodils at Hadstock Farm and selling them at the gate for Daffodil Day.Read more ›
Once again members of the Vintage Car Club will be fundraising for their local area Cancer Society.Read more ›
The team at the Otago School of Medicine are presenting: What’s New In Cancer Research.
Congratulations to our fabulous Executive Chair, Kate Reid, who was awarded a Queen Service Medal in the Queens’ Birthday Honours.Read more ›
Mary Nowlan (right) receives her flu vaccination from Lisbeth Alley.
Team Cavalry for Cancer (aka Jo Barrett, Linda Sevier, Sharon Mehlhopt & Nick Sonne) recently completed the Goldfields Cavalcade on horseback raising funds and awareness for Cancer Society.Read more ›
The new Cancer Society Selwyn Centre in Rolleston is officially openRead more ›
Amazing artwork by students for patients at Christchurch Hospital Oncology DepartmentRead more ›
A University of Otago, Christchurch, researcher has for the first time identified unique genetic patterns for four different sub-types of colorectal cancerRead more ›