Bowel Cancer Australia's vision is to reduce incidence, death and suffering associated with bowel cancer through advocacy, awareness, education, support and research.
Founded in 2000, Bowel Cancer Australia has grown significantly in the scope of its activities. However, the charity remains driven by a small core team of staff and volunteers and is proudly 100% community funded.
Please support Bowel Cancer Australia to help save lives and to improve the health and wellbeing of people living with bowel cancer.
Vision & Mission
Bowel Cancer Australia is a national charity with a vision to reduce incidence, death and suffering associated with bowel cancer in Australia through advocacy, awareness, education, support and research.
Bowel Cancer Australia will achieve this by developing community awareness and education programs to increase knowledge about bowel cancer; encouraging participation in screening for the prevention and early detection of bowel cancer; providing a support network and services for people with bowel cancer, their families and carers; funding research into bowel cancer; advocating for access to high quality bowel cancer programs, services and treatments. Read More
Bowel Cancer Australia's Patrons
Bowel Cancer Australia is fortunate to enjoy philanthropic support from two leading businessmen.
Their support, complemented by community and corporate fundraising, provides the financial base necessary for Bowel Cancer Australia's advocacy, awareness, education, patient support and research activities.
The Apple Logo
The outline of Bowel Cancer Australia's apple logo appears as an abstract of a human colon.
The small hole in the apple is caused by a worm. If detected early and removed, the worm is unable to continue affecting the apple or the health of the tree.
It's the same with people. If bowel cancer is detected early it can be successfully treated and people can continue to enjoy life.
It looked spectacular, Canberra's Old Parliament House being lit in red and green for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month!
However, there was so much more to 2014 that may not have caught the public's eye but made a real difference to the thousands of people affected by bowel cancer.
The culmination of many years of hard work, we committed $8.9 million to establish the country's first professorial chair in bowel cancer research at the University of Sydney.
Bowel Cancer Australia is proudly 100% community funded and making a real and practical difference in saving lives and improving the health and wellbeing of people living with bowel cancer.
Bowel Cancer Australia Board
The Bowel Cancer Australia Board is responsible for ensuring the charity's objectives are met and legal and financial obligations are fulfilled.
As is common with most charities, Bowel Cancer Australia's Directors are volunteers who give a considerable amount of time, energy, ideas and enthusiasm to the charity free of charge.
Bowel Cancer Australia's current Directors come from a diverse range of backgrounds and bring a wealth of skills, experience and expertise.
Medical Advisory Board
Bowel Cancer Australia's Medical Advisory Board provides the charity with advice on relevant medical, research, regulatory issues and clinical developments.
The Medical Advisory Board also enriches medical input from Bowel Cancer Australia's affiliated doctors and researchers.
All of the members are volunteers who give a considerable amount of time, energy, ideas and enthusiasm to the charity free of charge. Read More
Contact Bowel Cancer Australia
Bowel Cancer Australia
Level 2, 65 Walker Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060
Tel: 02 9923 8269 | Fax: 02 9923 8290
Donations / BowelScreen Australia® tests: 1800 555 494
For media enquiries please contact Mahsa
on 02 9923 8269 or 0422 180 674.