Angels’ match in heaven

Cancer Support Angels will collaborate with From Picture to Page Papercraft at a fundraiser at Sandown Raceway. This annual event aims to collect gift cards from major retail outlets to support families affected by cancer during the holiday season, providing financial relief. The fundraiser, which takes place during the From Picture to Page Papercraft Show, raises $16,000 each year to assist 30 families. The event runs for three days, featuring various crafting activities and supporting a worthy cause.
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Flowers Across partner with Cancer Support Angels

During the month of July 2023, Cancer Support Angels are honoured to partner with Flowers Across™ to support the ever-increasing work we do to assist patients facing financial difficulties. This month, Flowers Across™ will donate 10% of the sales from the “Bright Little Flower Bunch” to Cancer Support Angels.

Flowers bring joy, love, and happiness to people receiving them. This purchase of the Bright Little Flower Bunch also makes a huge difference to cancer patients and their families experiencing hardship.

Cancer Support Angel’s mission is to ensure “No One Fights Alone”, as so many people fight this journey in silence and with no support. We distribute Angel Packs right across the country to bring a smile to those in need.

So if you need flowers this month, for a birthday, a special occasion, or simply to share some love, please consider Flowers Across™ to make a big difference in the lives of those less fortunate.

To purchase flowers and support our fundraising efforts, please click for either Melbourne or Sydney.



Cancer Support Angels Launch Our New Website!

This has been worked on for a while and we are finally ready to unveil our new site – we hope you like it!


Cancer Support Angels Helps Over 1000 Patients and Families a year

Cancer Support Angels, a nonprofit organization, has come a long way since its inception in December 2019. The organization was founded with the aim of providing emotional and practical support to cancer patients and their families. Despite starting with only three volunteers, the organization has managed to grow rapidly over the last few years.

However, the COVID-19 pandemic proved to be a major obstacle for Cancer Support Angels. The organization struggled to cope with the challenges posed by the pandemic, but they were determined to persevere. With the help of their dedicated volunteers, they continued to offer their services to cancer patients and their families.

Despite the challenges, Cancer Support Angels managed to grow their volunteer base to over 70 remote volunteers across Australia. These volunteers work tirelessly to provide practical assistance and emotional support to cancer patients and their families.

In December 2022, Cancer Support Angels achieved a major milestone. With less than 1000 days of trading, they had assisted over 3000 patients and families. This is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the organization’s volunteers, who have selflessly given their time and energy to help those in need.

As Cancer Support Angels looks towards the future, they remain committed to their mission of providing support to cancer patients and their families. They are always looking for new volunteers to join their team and help make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer.


Cancer Support Angels Wins Multiple Awards for Providing Essential Support to Cancer Patients

Cancer Support Angels, a company dedicated to providing support for cancer patients and their families, has been making waves in the awards circuit. Last year, the company was nominated for an impressive 12 awards, both in Australia and on a global scale.

In the Ausmumpreneur awards, Cancer Support Angels was a finalist in several categories, including the Casey City Council Organisation of the Year, and the Ausmumpreneur awards. The company was also a finalist in the Roar Awards, the Australia Small Business Champion NFP of the Year, and Female Exec of the Year.

Cancer Support Angels also had a strong showing in the international arena, winning two bronze awards in the Stevie International Business Awards. The company’s female executive was recognized as Female Exec of the Year in the government or NFP sector, while Cancer Support Angels was named Organisation of the Year in the same category.


These awards are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Cancer Support Angels team, who have been providing essential support and resources to cancer patients and their families for years. The company’s mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of those affected by cancer, and these awards are a recognition of their commitment to this cause.
Cancer Support Angels continues to be a leader in its field and a shining example of what can be achieved through compassion, hard work, and a commitment to making a difference.

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This time of year is so hard, I am a single parent I have no capacity to work to make an income. I have a child that needs to regularly be taken to the city for trade school with no help with expenses. My other son is going into year 7 and his expenses have tripled and my 2 girls just keep growing and I cant keep up with clothing. I spend every cent I get into the household, it would be lovely as a once off if I was eligable for assistance to get some vouchers toward food and utilities expenses so I can put some toward a nice christmas gift for the kids. Pretty please and thank you for consideration.


Since being told that my cancer was terminal,I have been trying to clear debts etc and have no money for food and presents for my wonderful family who have helped and supported me through my journey. As this will be my last Christmas I would like it to be something special for them to remember.


Like many others we have just had to move just a few weeks before Christmas being a single mum with 2 kids it’s hard. I haven’t even started gift shopping because I just don’t know how I’m gonna afford it. My daughter is off to high school next year aswell. With all the drs appointments and scans I just wish life could be normal again


I’m a solo mum of two that’s not entitled to centrelink I’m unable to work my son works casual and also my 16 year old son has just started casual work aswell to helps us financially. My cervical cancer has spread aggressively given the choice to have Pelvic exteneration surgery in coming weeks.
Any help would be appreciated I’m lucky to have friends who help out when they can.


Hi, I would greatly appreciate any help this Christmas, I have 5 kids and no longer allowed to work due to my cancer and treatment.
I am struggling to pay treatment costs and finding money to pay for everyday bills, also to buy Xmas presents for my children. I am not entitled to any help from Centrelink, not even a healthcare card. On going trips to Adelaide, that is 5 hours away from home and paying for that puts a hard time on finances.
Any help this Xmas for my children would be amazing. Merry Christmas and God bless u all.


I am drowning in debts & with the continuous outlay for medications & bills it is causing so much anxiety . I have so much pain & need some treatments on my whole body to help heal & ease ongoing pain but can’t afford to as I’m on a very low income through Centrelink . I have no one I can ask for assistance & feel very embarrassed & ashamed to ask . Thank you


I have just fighting breast cancer for 1 year and bit trying to get back to work but it’s so hard and im only on centrelink I just love to have a great Christmas … thankyou so much xxx


I need a bit of help this year as I just can’t seem to get ahead, by the time bills, medications,,travel costs I really don’t have much left. My entire family, brothers,wives, kids and my kids are coming to lunch and I’d just like to make it special this year, so some vouchers for coles or Woolworths would really help, I need to feel happy instead sad, plus one brother is recovering from heart bypass. I don’t like asking for help, I’m stubborn. Cheers and Merry Christmas to you all.


My brother and his family live in Victoria and I haven’t seen them for almost 2 years. So much needs fixing in my unit especially the aircon. Even simple things like mowing the lawn is almost impossible. I’m doing as much as I can by myself but learning to ask for help is hard.


I live in Melbourne and have had all my treatment for breast cancer including a mastectomy and partial reconstruction on my own with the lockdowns. I am still having treatment till the end of Jan when the final reconstruction should occur. I have been cut off from family due to lockdowns and having to get tested and isolate before each trip to day oncology. All that has been expensive and if I could have some help possibly with vouchers or something so I can finally treat my nieces and nephew at christmas and my parents when they finally get to come to Melbourne to help me in January with the final operation it would be nice. I’m not sure what is possible though.