Keep up to date with the latest news from the Cancer Society.
Double your impact this Christmas so no one has to face cancer alone
When Leanne was diagnosed with cancer during the height of the first wave of COVID-19, and not long after she fell pregnant with her second child, the news was devastating. But the decisions she had to make were unthinkable. We’re here for people like Leanne every day, but we need your help.
Dunedin's Daffodil House benefits from Mitre 10 Helping Hands
Being proudly locally owned and part of the community, Mitre 10 MEGA Dunedin has lent a helping hand to the Cancer Society to beautify Daffodil House Garden. As a cooperative, every year Mitre 10 support hundreds of community-based initiatives that help Kiwis love where they live, work, and play.
New Zealand still needs to protect ourselves from the tobacco industry
For the second year running, the Cancer Society was pleased to complete the NZ/Aotearoa Tobacco Industry Interference Report. This report highlights the many tactics tobacco companies and their affiliates employ to kill, weaken, or delay essential policies to reduce tobacco use in New Zealand.
Cancer Society's 'The Longest Day' Golf Challenge – 72 Holes. 1 Day.
The cancellation of many of the Cancer Society’s fundraising events has caused a significant loss of income to help support people living with cancer. Cancer Society’s ‘The Longest Day' golf challenge is a great way to support our vital services and is a golfing endurance event.