The focus for women in early adulthood includes settling into careers, relationships, adjusting to greater independence, and parenthood. So when a young woman receives a cancer diagnosis, their focus is diverted to survival.
Our mission is to support, empower and enhance the lives of young women affected by cancer with resources, services, and community engagement.
Our Navigational Carer service aims to alleviate the anxiety and effort of sourcing (non-medical) support while they undergo treatment.
Cancer Chicks services are cost-free, whether emotional, social, practical, or for financial support. This includes workplace assistance, temporary physical support, or transport and accommodation for chemotherapy sessions. We also remain in constant contact with affected young women, to support them along their journey.