Talk Like a Pirate Day on the 19th September is nationally recognised as the major fundraiser for Childhood Cancer Support.

  • Miss Janelle just donated $21.10
  • Myles & Oliver Peters just donated $21.10
  • Nadia Akhtar just donated $30
  • Sam Taylor just donated $52.75
  • Leonie MacCarthy just donated $31.65
  • Sandra Hammond just donated $31.65
  • Kylie just donated $31.65
  • Amy just donated $20
  • Raphie just donated $31.65
  • Nozveen Khan just donated $125
  • Kym Bannister just donated $21.10
  • Sally Barnes just donated $21.10
  • Lynette Hawkins just donated $50
  • Si’i Warbin just donated $31.65
  • Chanika just donated $26.38
  • Tania Woodward just donated $31.65
  • Kerri Taylor just donated $125
  • Kids on the Rise FDC just donated $131.88
  • jacqueline nicholls just donated $30
  • Bels family day care just donated $21.10

Raised so far

$9,445

Our goal

$150,000

Host a Talk Like a Pirate Day Event

The day is all about dressing up and having fun while making a difference to the lives of childhood cancer families.

Talk Like a Pirate Day is a great fundraising event for schools, childcare centres, community groups, workplaces, and individuals.

Customise your day using our fun resources and fundraising ideas.

Host your event any time in September during National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

How to get involved

1. Register your Team

2. Gather your Crew

3. Raise Funds

4. Host your Talk Like A Pirate Day

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Talk Like a Pirate Day is for everyone

Resources now available on your fundraising page

Register your team and have access to our resources section which is full of great ideas for your fundraising event.

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How Talk Like a Pirate Day makes a difference

Childhood Cancer Support was formed in 1975 when a group of desperate parents, with children being treated for leukaemia and cancer, met to discuss ways of helping each other and their children.

Today, Childhood Cancer Support provides emotional and practical support to regional families through family-styled accommodation, transport services, counselling and mental health support and a range of vital support services. The charity is committed to making life easier for families impacted by childhood cancer.

Mission
To help families impacted by childhood cancer.

Vision
To create a positive community in the lives of families that have been impacted by childhood cancer.

A message from our General Manager Helen Crew. 

Providing a home away from home for regional families

$502,476

Over $502,476 has been saved in accommodation costs for families in 2020/2021, providing families 5,604 free nights of homely accommodation.

514 people

In 2020/21, 514 people have stayed in our long-term and short-term accommodation while required to travel for life-saving cancer treatment.
Longest stay was 407 days.

15,384 Kilometres

In 2020/21, 15,384 kilometres was travelled by our patient transport vehicles including 849 transport runs to and from the children's hospital.