Fundraising is a crucial part of NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia as we raise funds for research grants, patient support groups and our NET Nurse Hotline.

NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia relies on the community for funding.

What we do, would not be possible without the support and generosity of people like YOU.

Get some inspiration!

Check out our community’s current fundraising campaigns for some inspiration.
  1. JoJo’s 50th birthday

    I am very fortunate and have all I need but what I want is a cure for Neuroendocrine cancer.
    $820.00 donated of $550.00 goal
  2. * Jorgen Liaris * jorgens _ journey

    Family & Friends, As you all know, I was diagnosed with a stage 4 Neuroendocrine Tumour in January 2019.
    $0.00 donated of $3,000.00 goal
  3. Sharyn Stevens Become a Unicorn Supporter

    For 4-5 years now I’ve watched a beautiful girl which is a girl friend of my daughter fight this horrible disease.
    $0.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
  4. Running in support of Neuroendocrine Awareness

    My husband is currently undergoing treatment for Neuroendocrine cancer. As it is a rarer cancer that has spread, it is not currently curable. He is in a clinical trial at Peter Mac and so far has had good results - all tumours are shrinking. We are very lucky to have such a great medical system and support - the trial has meant he is receiving treatment for free.
    $370.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
  5. Head Shave for MEN2a

    My daughter's Indie and Kenzie suffer from a genetic cancer known as MEN2a (Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 2a) unfortunately they happen to have an aggressive mutation of MEN2a. This is something that will affect them for their lives.
    $3,080.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
  6. On the Move to raise awareness for Neuroendocrine Cancer

    Since my NET cancer diagnosis in 2015, I have participated in Run Melbourne building up to my first Half Marathon last year. I have also used this event as a fundraiser for NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia (formerly known as the Unicorn Foundation.) As many running events around the country have been cancelled or postponed, I found a virtual Half Marathon event to participate in called ‘run it anyway in May’ but will also participate in other virtual events throughout the year.
    $380.00 donated of $500.00 goal
  7. Walking for Jen

    My mum was first diagnosed with NETs in 2007. She had a successful surgery but unfortunately it came back in 2011. Since then she has been fighting with incredible courage, good humour and determination.
    $2,650.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
  8. Harrys Hope

    I would like to raise money and awareness because we have been affected by Neuro Endocrine cancer as a good friend of ours has been diagnosed with it and is currently receiving treatment.
    $1,404.10 donated of $2,000.00 goal
  9. Running for Nets

    Since my diagnosis of neuroendocrine cancer in October 2014, I have relied on Neuroendocrine cancer Australia (formally The Unicorn Foundation) for advice and support. I am running the Virtual City2Surf to hopefully raise some money and much need awareness.
    $820.00 donated of $250.00 goal
  10. Kate and Friends – Virtual walk/run for Neuroendocrine Cancer

    $815.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
  11. In Memory of Gerard Price

    After 8years of fighting so hard, Ged, Dad, Bro, Uncle, The Boss, Gerard Joseph, Gerry, Ricky nicky noo, Ger, Gerard, lost his battle to Neuroendocrine Cancer. He is loved by so many and will leave a huge hole in all our lives. We will miss him every day but we are glad he will not suffer anymore. We hope that no other family has to lose anyone to this disease, so instead of flowers Jane, Damian, Bethany and Erin are asking people to donate to this foundation that supports people with this very rare cancer and is researching to find a cure and better treatments. Gerard's bike rides and casino nights and various other fundraisers all raised funds for this foundation. This photo is when Gerard received his OAM at Government House, he was very proud of the work he did for Briars Cricket and Cricket in general. He was also very proud of his beautiful incredible wife Jane and amazing kids Damian, Beth and Erin who all nursed him till the end.
    $11,864.53 donated of $1,500.00 goal

Get started in 3 easy steps!

It's quick and easy to set up a fundraising page directly on the NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia Website.

1

Register your account

This lets us know who you are, and gives you a way to login and manage your fundraising campaign.
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2

Create your fundraising campaign

After registering click ‘Create Fundraiser’.

Add your name, photo, and a description about why you’re fundraising.

3

Share your fundraising campaign

Share the page with your friends – once you’ve created your page, share it with your friends, family and co-workers to help raise awareness and funds for NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia.

Some fundraising ideas

We are frequently asked for ways an individual can help NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia – and we say becoming an official supporter and organising your own fundraising event is the best way to raise funds and awareness for NET patients.

NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia relies on the community for funding, so it is very rewarding when we receive donations that are the result of someone’s hard work on our behalf.

As with all charitable organisations, we are bound by the Charitable Fundraising Act, which was passed to protect donors by ensuring that all fundraising activities are undertaken according to the law. Therefore, it is important that we endorse and approve all activities that are embarked upon on behalf of the Foundation. Once you are issued with a Letter of Authority by NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia you will be able to use our name in promoting your event to your friends, family and the community.

Please email adie@neuroendocrine.org.au to discuss your fundraising activity.

And lastly but most importantly thank you for your support and good luck!