The Gift of Knowledge

  Canterbury
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Our goal is that every New Zealander impacted by hereditary breast and/or ovarian cancer will have access to relevant information and suppo

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  Canterbury Cancer

Educating, supporting and raising awareness about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (BRCA) via a range of initiatives that include - a national bi annual conference, website, newsletter, national support groups and presentations so that people can make informed decisions that will ultimately save their life. This is in most cases a cancer that together we can prevent.

Established in 2009 we have now become a national charity supporting more than 3,500 people.


Latest donations

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 04 Jan 2018

    $50

    $50

  • Sacha and Josh Garrett

    Sacha and Josh Garrett on 03 Jan 2018

    $50

    In memory of Aunty Lucy xx Thanks Jarrod and Nat for making us all aware of this amazing charity.

    $50

  • Chris & Vicki Davey

    Chris & Vicki Davey on 27 Dec 2017

    $50

    In memory of Lovely Lucy. Never forgotten. XXX

    $50

  • Camille & Coralie (Hosts)

    Camille & Coralie (Hosts) on 16 Jul 2015

    $891

    Funds raised through a charity Movie Night at Takapuna Berkeley, in support of the Gift of Knowledge. Thank you to all who supported this fantastic evening. xc

    $891

  • F Short

    F Short on 25 Feb 2015

    $90

    Conference 2015 one day (Friday)

    $90


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