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Dainere's Rainbow Brain Tumour Research Fund

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Dainere Monique Anthoney was born on the 8th February 1998 a happy, healthy baby. Then her world was turned upside down in 2009 when she was diagnosed with High Risk Medulloblastoma, she endured a ten hour surgery, high dose radiation and high dose chemotherapy with autogluous stem cell transplants. Then in February 2012, she suffered an inoperable and incurable recurrence of the disease in her spine, with palliative care being the only treatment available and tragically on 24th June 2013 she had her precious young life stolen by this horrific disease.

Dainere was the most courageous, selfless and inspiring young person you could ever meet, she worked passionately and tirelessly during her short life to advocate for and to elevate significant awareness and funds for research for paediatric brain tumours. Her greatest wish in life was that no children in the future would have to suffer as she did and that one day a cure for this horrendous disease will be found.

Dainere’s Rainbow Brain Tumour Research Fund maintains a lifetime commitment to helping eradicate this number one cancer cause of death in children. We are dedicated to raising significant awareness of paediatric brain tumours and raising money to fund crucial brain tumour research at Sydney Children's Hospital Kids Cancer Centre in memory of and as a legacy to our most beloved daughter and sister, Dainere and hopefully seeing her greatest wish in life become a reality.

Thank you to my Supporters




Robert Jaensch

Keep up the great work


Corey Goodchild


Alison Heath

In memory of Dainere whose thoughtful insights, radiant smile and selfless fortitude lit up our English class.




Ellen Newhouse

Remember my beautiful grand daughter on the anniversary of her passing. Taken too young but she did leave many precious memories.