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Regular Giving

Become a HANC Helper and Give Regularly

A big shout out to all our regular giving donors from across Australia, for their weekly, fortnightly or monthly donations. 

People give regular donations to HANCA through our website, automatic bank transfers, or their workplace giving programs. It's tax deductible and once you've set it up, you can rest assured you’re supporting people impacted by Head and Neck Cancer all year round. 

Just $25.00 every month will help a person newly diagnosed to access valuable information and support. No one should have to face Head and Neck Cancer alone. 

It's easy to set up. Just follow the link below to sign up to give regularly, choose the frequency, and amount you would like to give. Your donations will be automatically deducted from your nominated account until you choose to stop. 

Become a HANC Helper today.

Or speak to someone at your workplace to see if they can organise automatic donations from your pre-tax pay. 

Meredith's story:

When I had my first Head and Neck Cancer (HNC) surgery in 1993, there was very little information available to help me. It was only in 2018 when I began treatment for a salivary gland tumour (pleomorphic adenoma) at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse that I first saw a poster about Head and Neck Cancer Australia (HANCA). Since that time I’ve been following HANCA, making donations and in November 2020 decided to sign up as a monthly donor.

From personal experience I know how important information can be when receiving a diagnosis. As a monthly supporter, I’m helping more people who are newly diagnosed access support and be able to better understand their cancer.

HNC can affect anyone, your parents, sister, brother, son, daughter, aunt, uncle or friends, it does not discriminate. I was diagnosed first as a young woman and then and again in my late 40s. When I was having radiation treatment I met a lot of other patients with many different types of HNC.

HNC is life altering. We need more information about early detection, living with HNC, and raising awareness. Further research needs to be done and there also needs to be more education programs and patient and carer support groups. It’s so essential to people’s health and well-being.

Your donation can help change lives

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