Get Involved

Get Involved

Wig library
Hair loss during cancer treatment can make you feel self-conscious or anxious.  Hire a beautiful and fashionable wig from our Wig Library at an affordable cost.  We are located in the Wellness Centre on the ground floor at the Regional Cancer Centre.  Or talk to us about the selection of head coverings that are available.

Dragon boating
Latest research is giving more and more credence to the call for exercise to be prescribed and embedded into every cancer treatment plan.  Brave Hearts Dragon Boat Club offers you a fun activity that will address these important findings.  The backbone of our club is to give cancer survivors and their families and supporters the opportunity of being part of this healthy, fun-filled team sport with a chance to make friends and try something new.

Lunch Group
The Brave Hearts lunch group meets at a local venue each month.  Social connections are an important part of recovery.  Contact us to find out more and join in.

Celebration Garden
Take a walk around the lake at Sumsion Garden, Wodonga and then rest and reflect in the beautiful rose garden.  This rose garden was built by cancer survivors and their supporters and gifted to the local community in 2010.  The  stunning rose garden features a beautifully cast bronze statue.

This tribute garden allows individuals, families and the wider community impacted by cancer to have a beautiful and significant place to commemorate their loved one, celebrate the survival of those who have won or are winning their fight against the disease, and commemorate the lives of those who have lost their fight against the disease.

Pamper Day
For those experiencing constant, extended cancer treatments. We will make you feel special for a day with pampering and lunch provided.

Do you know someone who would benefit from some tlc?  Contact us.

This project would not be possible without the support of generous locally owned businesses.               

What Cancer Taught Me book
Stories from Albury Wodonga cancer survivors.

This book aims to give hope and inspiration to people newly diagnosed with cancer through the inspiring stories of everyday people who have walked the path before them. Captured in stunning colourful images supported by uplifting short stories, the book gives new tools and insight to those about to embark on their own cancer journey.  

The book is distributed as part of the C-Bag which is available to all local cancer patients.

Purchase a copy for a friend or family member.

Would you like to volunteer to support our cause?  We have vacancies for helpers in the Wig Library on a monthly rostered basis.  Or let us know how you can help us out with events or fundraising.