Your impact

With your support, we fund world-class innovations that save lives and transform lives.

You’ve helped us raise more than $75 million - and counting – for health and medical research, patient care, services, equipment and programs across Flinders medical precinct and beyond. You are our partners. You are our heroes.

You’re the reason we make a difference

Our major focus areas are cancer, children and families.

With your help, we create spaces where kids can just be kids. Where the fear of hospital is replaced by laughter and a sprinkle of magic. From the Emergency Department to the ward and all the spaces in between, you’ve made a difference in the lives of our youngest humans.

Kudos to you.

With your help, we’ve funded pioneering clinical trials, fuelled cutting-edge research and enhanced patient experiences for people living with cancer. From the ground up, you helped us build South Australia’s first integrated cancer centre, the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer, which unites world-class research, care and services under one remarkable roof.

You’ve also helped us establish a Cancer Wellness Centre to treat the whole person, not just the disease.

In 2022, you supported 105 health and medical research projects totalling more than $2.5 million. With your help, we’ve powered research breakthroughs across the spectrum of life and health, from birth to death, from cancer to cardiology.

You’ve helped us create brighter tomorrows for millions of lives all over the world.

Thanks to you, we’ve bought better equipment for patients and staff, improved the environment and atmosphere of the wards and units, and enhanced the experiences and wellbeing of everyone in the Flinders medical precinct.

Beyond our Bedford Park footprint, you’ve supported the very best patient care services across more than 20 public health sites in Adelaide’s south, including Noarlunga Hospital and The Repatriation Health Precinct, as well as various statewide programs.

We owe it to you.

“I was one of the first patients at Flinders to use the ‘cold cap’, which helps prevents hair loss during chemotherapy. Chloë was able to use stickers to guide her radiotherapy, rather than having tattoos on her body as a permanent reminder of her treatment.”
Jude, breast cancer survivor

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“Anything you can do to help Flinders Foundation ease the impact of treatment for kids like Henry, so they are not overwhelmed, would be so appreciated. The wonderful things we have from Flinders Foundation makes a huge difference to families and children. Thank you for supporting my family and my little boy!”
mum Natalie

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