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Cancer never rests and for that reason neither do we. Your gift ensures we can continue to fund lifesaving research and support those affected every minute, every hour, every day.

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Gifts in memory are lasting tributes that provide hope to cancer patients and their families well into the future.
Donations in lieu of gifts are a memorable way to celebrate a special event, whether it’s a birthday, wedding, an anniversary, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day or Christmas.
A gift in your Will to Cancer Council Queensland is a thoughtful reflection of your values and makes a profound statement about your life. It’s a wonderful thing to be remembered for.

Get involved

Ponytail Project
Get your school onboard, grow your hair throughout the year, then chop off your ponytail in October.
Do It For Cancer
Create your own fundraiser to help bring us closer to a cancer free future.
Relay For Life
Register your team to help beat cancer!
Daffodil Day
Cancer Council’s flagship fundraising event held on Thursday, 25 August.
Team CCQ
Across Queensland there are many active events you can participate in.
Girls Night In
Catch Up. Raise Funds. Change Lives.
Golf Day
Tee off for Cancer Council Queensland.
Pink Ribbon
Show your support for Queensland women.
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
A chance for Australians to get together and raise money for a great cause.

How your donation helps

Lifesaving research

Our researchers are working towards the next cancer breakthrough.

Support when you need it most

Support when you need it most We give cancer patients and their families the information and support they need to cope better with cancer.

Empowering the community

We encourage and empower Queenslanders to lead healthier lifestyles to reduce their cancer risk.

Volunteering at CCQ

Are you looking to be part of the CCQ family as a new volunteer? There are so many ways to get involved from working in our offices to sewing turbans.

Find out how volunteers make a difference across Queensland.