Help build South Australia's new home of cancer accommodation, research, prevention and support.

Help us give every South Australian every chance

Every day, 28 South Australians will hear the words ‘you have cancer’. With 1.9 million Australians expected to have a personal history of cancer by 2040, the need for ongoing support for individuals and their families is now more important than ever before.

Cancer Council SA’s new building will offer that support by creating a home for every South Australian impacted by cancer. Featuring 120 rooms of supportive accommodation alongside cancer research, prevention and support services, the new building will give every South Australian impacted by cancer every chance to survive a diagnosis, regardless of where they’re from, or where they are in their cancer experience.

Our new integrated building will have vital services and support under the one roof. Help fill it with the equipment needed to save lives.

From toys to TVs there are so many items needed to provide families with the comforts of home. By making donation of just $20, you can support the thousands of families impacted by cancer every year.

Support now and create a home for every South Australian impacted by cancer.

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$100

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$20

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$1250

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Will McDonald, Channel 9 Newsreader

Our vision is to create a home for every South Australian impacted by cancer.

To make that vision a reality, we need to raise $5,000,000.

Raised so far

$281,769

Our goal

$5,000,000

The people you support

"They'd thought of everything - it's amazing what they do there"

Scott, Lodge Guest

Jessica shares her story and cancer experience

"The nurses helped us organise a counselling session, which was incredibly helpful as there was so much going on at the time."

Jessica, used 13 11 20

"Funding from Cancer Council SA means that I can continue my research – research that aims to give people living with cancer the gift of time."

Madele, Researcher

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