Ways to Support Us
There are a many ways you can help ANZUP further develop great below the belt clinical trial ideas. Your support will go directly to the Belt the Belt Research Fund to support ANZUP trials and make a difference to the lives of people with below the belt cancers. By getting involved you are helping to improve treatments and outcomes.
How you can support ANZUP
There are a many ways you can help ANZUP further develop new clinical trial ideas. All funds raised will go directly to the Belt the Belt Research Fund to support clinical trials that make a difference to the lives of people living with a below the belt cancer. By getting involved you are helping to improve treatments and outcomes.
Making a donation to ANZUP today will make a real difference to the lives of people living with a below the belt cancer. We need your support to deliver the next phases of our research.
Fundraise for us
Every year, ANZUP hosts a number of Below the Belt fundraising events, which you, your family, friends and colleagues can participate in. You can also organise your own fundraising activities.
Whether it is cycling, walking, running, swimming or baking, you can get involved, raise funds and together we can fight cancer, below the belt.
Below the Belt Research Fund
The Below the Belt Research Fund supports ideas that are not yet fully fledged clinical trials but might evolve into them.
Clinical trials are extremely expensive and your donation will help ANZUP members progress new trial ideas to the point of becoming full scale studies.
Read about the work of successful Below the Belt Research Fund applicants here.
By setting up a regular monthly donation you can be sure you are continuing to make a real difference to people living with a below the belt cancer. Your gifts will contribute to ongoing clinical trials research by ANZUP, now and into the future.
Funds can be debited directly from your bank account or credit card, and an annual receipt will be sent to you for tax deduction purposes.
Donate in memory or celebration
Donating in memory or celebration of a loved one is a very special way to honor their life. There are a number of ways you can acknowledge that special person in your life. Choosing to donate in memory or celebration of a life will continue to make a real difference to the lives of people living with a below the belt cancer while also helping ANZUP’s clinicians and researchers to find new and improved ways to fight cancer.
Single or regular donations in lieu of flowers or gifts, or through remembrance webpages where friends and family can donate online are all ways to give a tribute gift.
To discuss giving in memory or celebration of a loved one please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a team member will call you directly.
Leave a Bequest or Legacy in your Will
Including a bequest to ANZUP in your Will can help create a lasting legacy and make a real difference to people affected by below the belt cancers. Gifts in Wills, both small and large, play a vital role in funding crucial ANZUP cancer research. Gifts in Wills also enables our researchers to plan future long-term projects, with confidence, funding will be available to see clinical trials from concept development to completion.
For a confidential discussion and to find out more about leaving a gift in your Will, contact: email@example.com
Corporate Partnerships and Engagement
Corporate partnerships and community engagement play an important role in ANZUP’s work. No matter the size of your organisation, there are many ways you and your staff can help us fight cancer below the belt. Donations, gifts in kind, volunteering and participation in a below the belt fundraising event or sponsorship of an ANZUP activity, can all lead to mutually beneficial partnerships.
Partnership and sponsorship opportunities are varied and can be adapted to support your organisation’s social responsibility program. Together we can improve the lives of people living with a below the belt cancer.
Find out more in our Research Partnerships Prospectus.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how you can support ANZUP clinical trials research.
Workplace Giving allows you to make small, regular donations to ANZUP Cancer Trials directly from your pre-tax salary. By signing up to support ANZUP, a small, regular donation will help make a difference to people living with a below the belt cancer.
Did you know that workplaces that offer Workplace Giving to their employees can help make a real difference? For example, if an employee donates $25 per pay cycle, it will only cost them $16.87 but ANZUP will receive the full $25. This is because donations are made pre-tax, so they can give more, for less. Staff make an ongoing donation, which is deducted from their pre-tax salary each pay period. It means that even more in every dollar goes towards helping people with below the belt cancers. Some organisations even kindly match the employees contribution.
Contact us to find out how you can help ANZUP through workplace giving.
“I firmly believe a clinical trial saved my life,” Juliet says.
While Juliet had tummy and back pain, for many kidney cancer is a silent killer.
Often people have no symptoms at all. And the disease is increasingly common. For those with non clear-cell kidney cancers like Juliet’s, there have been no treatments and no hope of survival.
With your help now, we can keep learning more about kidney cancer and other ‘below the belt’ cancers. This includes studying the changes the disease causes in cell function, which future medicines could target.
Volunteering is a great way to contribute to ANZUP Cancer Trial Group and help to improve the lives of below the belt cancer patients. Volunteers allow us to continue our below the belt cancer research. Many projects and events could not take place without the help of our volunteers.
There are many different ways you can get involved and make a highly valued contribution – from office-based roles, to fundraising events, or even just giving some of your time to share your below the belt cancer story.
Please contact us to talk about how you can volunteer.