When you join Team Lifehouse you will be representing a team of people dedicated to eradicating cancer. As you work hard fundraising, we are working hard on the next discovery. Together, we will move closer to a future free from cancer.

Just follow these 3 easy steps and you’ll be on your way to fundraising success.

  • Choose your fundraising activity.

    Run, walk, swim, cycle, be brave and shave, celebrate an occasion or bake a cake. Whatever your passion, we’ll support you. See below for inspiration.

  • Get some inspiration.

    If you haven’t yet decided what you want to do, don’t worry. Register with Team Lifehouse below and we’ll send you some inspiration.

  • Now it's time to share.

    Tell your family, friends, colleagues and community about what you are doing and how they can support you. Download our fundraising toolkit below for hints and tips.

Ways to fundraise

Get Active

Whether you love to run, swim, cycle or battle through two-tonnes of mud, there’s an event for you.

Be Brave

Be brave and shave, wax or colour your hair or give up a guilty pleasure like shopping or for the thrill seekers out there, do a sponsored skydive.

Get Creative

Dress as your favourite superhero for the day or grab some friends and host your own trivia night, the possibilities are endless.

At Work

Why not get your colleagues together and host a morning tea or encourage the office to donate a day’s wage or for those competitive teams, host your own office Olympics.


Do you have a special occasion coming up, why not ask your friends and family to donate instead of receiving gifts.

At School

Host a mufti day or a car wash weekend or ask your class to bake some cakes and sell them.

Upcoming events

Join Team Lifehouse now

Let’s challenge cancer together and make a real difference!


The difference your funds could make


could purchase a four way rack to hold test tubes for blood and tissue sampling required for research.


could purchase a pack of 100 purple top blood collection tubes ensuring safe blood levels during treatment.


could purchase cryogenic storage boxes to store blood and tissue samples for future research.


could fund one hour of time for a small research team to study new ways of reducing depression after cancer treatment.


could fund one hour of time for a large research team to develop and test new cancer drugs.


could purchase crucial personal protective equipment for our clinical trials nurses in our cancer tissue bank and cryotank facility.


could fund state of the art minimally invasive robotic surgery for a financially disadvantaged patient.


could fund a clinical care nurse for a month, to help patients and their families navigate complex information and support needs.


could help fund the cancer rehabilitation program for three months, open to all patients before, during and after intensive treatment.

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