Mark your calendars – 2024 events are in!

29 January 2024 | Expected time to read: 1 minute

A group of Walk for kids with cancer 2023 participants at the finish line

From gala dinners to peer-to-peer community events, to our SCHF annual appeals, there is something for everyone in 2024. Check out our latest calendar of events for ways to join our Movement of Many this year.

2024 Calendar of Events

Registrations are now open for Walk for Kids with Cancer 2024. Join us on Sunday 24 March for our annual scenic journey from Sydney CBD to the Northern Beaches and help sick kids fight cancer.

Every year, more than 1000 children and adolescents in Australia are diagnosed with cancer. Ground-breaking medical research has increased survival rates to 80%, but three Australian kids still lose their brave fight to cancer every week.  

Walk for Kids with Cancer 2023 participants cheering

This year, Walk for Kids with Cancer will raisefunds for the Oncology Departments atTheChildren’s Hospital at WestmeadandSydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.

This will help to support day-to-day oncological care provided by our fantastic clinicians, nurses and allied healthcare professionals, as well as funding for life-changing clinical trials run by the Children’s Cancer Research Unit and the Kids Cancer Centre.

Sign up as a corporate team and join our Movement of Many to help raise vital funds for childhood cancer. 

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