CanTeen supports young people aged 12-25 when cancer turns their world upside down.

Whether it’s their own diagnosis or a close family member’s, CanTeen helps young people cope with the impact cancer has on their life and connect them with others going through the same experience.  We’re helping CanTeen by raising awareness and money to support their programs.

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Meet Angus

‘Ever since I was little cancer has affected my life after my Dad was diagnosed with Prostate cancer. It’s impact in my family wasn’t apparent to me until I was thirteen when we found out Dad had a cancer in his shoulder.

It was devastating to hear from my own Dad that he was going to die, I had no idea what to think or feel.’

Watch this video to find out more about Angus.

How CanTeen can make a difference.


CanTeen understands. Just when life should be full of possibilities, cancer crashes into a young person’s world and shatters everything. CanTeen is the game changer.

CanTeen helps young people cope with cancer in their family. Through their programs, they learn to explore and deal with their feelings about cancer, connect with other young people in the same boat and if they’ve been diagnosed themselves, we provide specialist, youth specific treatment teams.

By feeling understood and supported, young people develop resilience and can rebuild the foundations that crumbled beneath them when cancer turned their lifeupside down. Help us help CanTeen just by saving with us.


Save your money. Support CanTeen.

You can support CanTeen just by saving your money with us.


  1. Open a Community Reward Account in support of CanTeen
  2. Save your money and you’ll earn a great rate of interest
  3. The more you save in this account, the more we will donate on your behalf each year to CanTeen, you don’t pay a thing.

Fundraising for Road Raise.

Road Raise is a seven-day bike ride from Adelaide to Melbourne which raises money and awareness for CanTeen.

The team will head off in early April and they aim to raise $200,000 which will fund 5,000 hours of support for young people whose world has been turned upside down by cancer.

To find out more about RoadRaise or to make a donation visit the website.

TT Adelaide | Road Raise

Catch Up: No pain, no gain – a Port Adelaide legend’s next big adventure. Patrick Major reports. More info: #TTAdelaide

Posted by Today Tonight Adelaide on Monday, 12 March 2018

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