How your support helps

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, normalcy becomes a thing of the past. Camp Quality provides essential services throughout every stage of the cancer journey; from diagnosis, treatment, remission as well as through the heart-breaking case of bereavement. In 2015, we were able to support 12,000 family members across Australia.

Our purpose is to create the best quality of life for every child in Australia who is living with cancer. We provide essential support services to kids with cancer aged 0-13 and their families. Our services also support children who have a parent or sibling with cancer.

Our unshakable passion for positivity forms the foundations of everything that we do. We believe in the power of positive psychology to build optimism and resilience. We believe that laughter is the best medicine. As a not-for-profit charity, we rely heavily on the generosity of everyday Australians and corporate partners to keep our programs running.

By hosting a Dine at Mine, you’ll be helping us provide continued support to many families currently living with cancer.


Contributes toward the Hospital program where programs such as pizza night and morning tea encourage parents to connect and support one another within the hospital and beyond.


Contributes towards a Family Fun Day, where a child is able to connect with other children who are also going through a similar cancer journey.


Contributes towards a Mini Camp, where young children aged 4-6 years are able to just be kids again.DaM2015-Icon-ThumbsUp-52x52


Contributes towards a Child Life Therapy session for a child in hospital to help overcome the trauma of medical procedures through play experiences and education.DaM2015-Icon-Pizza-52x52


Can recruit and train a Camp Quality volunteer, who provides support and encouragement to a child when they are away at camp.


DaM2015-Icon-Ball-52x52Can provide a child the opportunity to just be a kid again at one of our camps, where they can participate in fun activities & create friendships with other kids on similar journeys.

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