Vision Super supports Snowdome

  What does superannuation have to do with blood cancer? In early April, a team of  Vision Super staff took part in the Murray to Moyne charity bike ride for the second year running. Including seven riders, three support crew and backed by spirited Vision Super staff, this year the team raised almost $35,000 to support blood … Continued

Chris Lilley Charity Sale for Snowdome

Chris Lilley, the creator of numerous TV comedy series (We Can Be Heroes, Summer Heights High, Angry Boys, Ja’mie: Private School Girl and Jonah From Tonga), is auctioning a selection of actual costume items to raise money for Snowdome. For fans of Ja’mie: Private Schoolgirl, Jonah from Tonga and Angry Boys, here’s your chance to own a … Continued

Lior to perform at the ‘Great Shake-Up’

NEWS FLASH: Lior to perform during our ‘Great Shake-Up’ event! Since his debut album was released in 2005, Lior has taken the Australian music scene by storm. He’s been nominated for six ARIA awards as well as Triple J’s prestigious ‘J Award’ nomination for Album of the Year. Lior says “Having recently lost a close … Continued

achievements & results

Since Snowdome began in 2010, we’ve been working hard to attain some significant achievements. With the generous help of our donors and supporters:- – 8 clinical trials have been opened with Snowdome support; – 375 Australian blood cancer patients will be receiving next-generation treatments by 2018; – a joint initiative has been undertaken with the Victorian … Continued

Retiring from the board

We would like to pay tribute to Professor Richard (Dick) Smallwood AO. Retiring after four years as a Board member, Dick also chaired the Grants committee where he lent his substantial scientific and medical gravitas to Snowdome greatly contributing to the Foundation’s success. Dick’s career achievements are many: he is an Emeritus Professor of Medicine, … Continued

‘Great Shake-Up’ 2013 Highlights

The inaugural Snowdome Foundation’s ‘Great Shake-Up’ was held in August 2013. It was the first-ever virtual fundraising event held in Australia. Click here to view 2013 highlights video. The ‘Great Shake-Up’ 2013 delivered significant results: Raised $1.3 million from registration and subsequent donations 125 businesses participated 2,500 people learned about the urgent need for blood cancer … Continued