We’re maintaining our commitment to Australians impacted by melanoma

These are incredibly challenging times and we hope you and your friends and family are managing through the uncertainty. One thing is for certain – melanoma doesn’t stop and is still affecting those with a diagnosis. Although areas of healthcare are changing, it’s our hope that anyone with a suspicious mole or who is due for a skin check will not put off getting checked.

Our goal remains to raise much needed funds for research and to help save more Australians from melanoma, known as Australia’s national cancer. The statistics show that someone is diagnosed every half an hour.

We are a registered charity and have been raising funds for research and awareness programs since 2006. Help us make a difference with a donation that is 100% tax deductible.

Thank you!
ACNC Registered Charity

The Australian Melanoma Research Foundation is a registered charity established under ATO provisions, ABN 26 429 861 213.

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Donation Total: $25.00

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Commonwealth Bank
Account Name: AMRF
BSB: 065 125
Account No: 1029 3607
Reference: Your Full Name

Please email admin@melanomaresearch.com.au to advise us of the transfer date, amount and the reason for your donation today, particularly if it is in memory of someone. Please also provide your mailing address details so that we can post you a tax receipt.

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Please send a cheque or money order to:

Australian Melanoma Research Foundation
PO Box 574
Kent Town DC
SA 5071

All donations over $2 are fully tax deductible.

Did you know...

0
PEOPLE DIE FROM
MELANOMA
IN AUSTRALIA
EVERY SINGLE
YEAR
0
NEW CASES OF
MELANOMA
ARE DIAGNOSED
EVERY YEAR
IN AUSTRALIA
0 %
MORE THAN 90% OF MELANOMA CASES CAN BE SUCCESSFULLY TREATED IF DETECTED EARLY
0 %
OF ALL SKIN
CANCER DEATHS
IN AUSTRALIA
ARE FROM
MELANOMA

We support research

The AMRF supports research into melanoma, including prevention and treatment. We specifically support the next generation of melanoma researchers in Australia by providing grants to post-graduate students and early career researchers.

Dr Pablo Garcia Valtanen and Ms Samantha Watson
Cancer Research Institute, Uni of SA

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