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Cancer Council NT

Every Minute, Every Hour, Every Day.

Cancer Council Northern Territory is a non-government, charitable, community based organisation committed to raising funds for the purpose of reducing the impact of cancer.

We do this by offering support and information to anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis as well as public education programs aimed at increasing awareness and prevention of cancer.

Every minute, every hour every day – we are here for all Territorians affected by cancer.

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Star Ball Darwin

Starlight Children’s Foundation

The Star Ball fundraising gala takes place annually in Darwin with all proceeds going to the Starlight Children’s Foundation to brighten the lives of seriously ill children, teenagers and their families in the Northern Territory. Since 2008 Star Ball Darwin has raised over $2M for Starlight, and in 2018 Starlight Children’s Foundation opened a new Starlight Express Room at the Royal Darwin Hospital to help bring even more joy and laughter to sick kids in the NT!

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Junior Indigenous Guide Program

Hayden and Reynolds Project

When we first stated our program, the suicide rate amongst our community was 4 times the Australian national average. Many of the children were under 15. Attendance at the indigenous College was 9 children, 30 pct. of the time. 1 person under the age of 25 had a job on the islands with a population of 2500.

We’ve been there 10 years. An independent group of people trying to add value and saving children’s lives. On these Islands we now employ 12 staff and student numbers have gone from 9 to 124 with an attendance of over 85 pct. We’ve never asked for a dollar of government money. We just offered hope. So we took this model nationally. It is this:

  • The students spend 2 days at secondary school in their last 2 years to graduation.
  • Alongside secondary school, we enrol them in MARINE College for a day a week to teach them life and nautical/engineering skills.
  • We then source employers and WE PAY the student’s salary for 2 full years under their employer.
  • This allows employers and students to form a relationship prior to graduation in to the workforce.
  • There is no cost to the student or employer, but they are getting to know each other

Our students graduating at the end of 2018 have a guarantee of 100 pct. employment. We have 32 beautiful boys and girls, all first nations, all brimming with new hope. All employed on the Oceans and Rivers of the Country of their people. We couldn’t be prouder.

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