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CEO Dare to Cure brings together leading CEOs and business leaders from across Australia to face a fear by taking on a dare, and at the same time, help cure childhood cancer.
Join other leaders at this iconic early morning event - choose from either our Sydney event on 16 September or Melbourne on 14 October.
Last year's event
2021 was a challenging year for all of us and against all odds, we were delighted to be able to hold the event.
Together our CEOs and business leaders achieved the amazing $1.6m fundraising milestone, funding the equivalent of 15 senior researchers working in our Labs.
"CEO Dare to Cure is I think the number one event that any CEO or leader should seriously consider doing. It’s a few hours on a weekday morning to come together and help children with cancer. There’s nothing better really."
- Chris Dutton, Founder, The CEO Magazine
Meet our 2022 Event Ambassadors
When Brydee was just 5 months old, doctors found some abnormalities in her white blood cells and tragically, she was diagnosed with leukaemia. After a long and hard journey, Brydee is finally on her way to live the life of a normal baby, but she will have to live with the side-effects of her treatment.
Max was a healthy, lively 3-year-old, when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL). After two years and countless rounds of chemotherapy and steroids, fortunately, Max is alive and well today but the experience has had a huge impact.
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