Carrie is about to embark on her craziest adventure to date…the world’s toughest half marathon. The Point to Pinnacle in Tasmania is 21kms up Mt Wellington. It is 1.2km high! She is doing it to raise funds for CB4BC and she needs all the encouragement she can get. Click on the link below to support Carrie and get her up that hill!
Congratulations to our very own Carrie Bickmore OAM for being awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia.
We are so proud to see our incredible Founder and Chair recognised for her work raising awareness of brain cancer, advocating for Government funding and raising much needed funds for vital research.
From this day back in 2015 we had no idea the journey you had started us on. You work so hard to have a positive impact on brain cancer sufferers and their families all around the country, in honour of your late husband Greg. Since this day the support has been overwhelming and your Foundation has now raised over $11.4m for brain cancer research. We are so thrilled to see you recognised for all the hard work you do, hopefully one day no-one else will lose someone they love to this horrible disease.
We are working on a fantastic new range of beanies for winter 2020! This year we’re continuing to support our incredible researchers all around the country. See our Grants for a few of the projects you have helped support by buying a beanie. We know that these incredible programs are all providing more critical pieces of the puzzle as we work towards a cure for brain cancer. Please continue to wear your beanies proudly and if you want to organise your own fundraiser click here.
We are thrilled to announce our latest grants to incredible brain cancer research projects.
Buy a beanie and go into the draw.
Thanks to the generous support of our friends at Mercedes-Benz Toorak, every beanie order goes into the draw to win a brand new Mercedes-Benz A180 valued at over $47,000!!!Terms & Conditions
Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart to all those that have helped us reach this incredible milestone.
“I am one of far too many Australians whose lives have been irrevocably changed by the tragedy of brain cancer. On December 27th 2010 my husband Greg Lange died at just 34 years of age. No one should have to suffer this way, and until we find a solution, people will.”Donate Now