Make a donation to the Flinders Medical Centre Foundation to support the vital work underway at the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer.
The FMC Foundation is the official charitable organisation for the FCIC and raises money to support the ground-breaking research and care projects underway within and in collaboration with the Centre.
There are many ways that you can help support the FCIC and the inspiring cancer research projects carried out at Flinders:
Making a donation to the FCIC will support all the people whose lives have been affected by cancer. Tax-deductible donations can be made to the FMC Foundation either through their secure online donation system or by calling (08) 8204 5216.
Setting a personal goal and working with a group of like-minded individuals has proven to be very rewarding for many whose lives have been touched by cancer. From trekking the Great Wall of China to cycling from Lands’ End to John O’Groats in the UK, each year the FMC Foundation holds a range of exciting adventure challenges to help raise funds for vital cancer research.
By making an ongoing donation each month you will help ensure that our health specialists and researchers continue to improve outcomes for cancer patients.
Making a bequest to the FCIC will provide a significant legacy for future generations.
If you are inspired to fundraise for the FCIC the FMC Foundation will guide you through the process to help you achieve your goals.
Asking friends and family to make a donation in honour of your loved one is a special way of honouring their memory.
Aussie provides an exceedingly useful no-obligation free home loan health check to ensure that you are getting the very best deal on your mortgage. For each meeting booked through the FMC Foundation, Aussie has pledged to donate $100 to vital cancer research.
Involving your colleagues in workplace giving is a wonderful team building exercise that also gives something back to the community.
The FMC Foundation has created a school fundraising kit for students wishing to raise money for the FCIC.