Become a Research Partner Today
Every day our scientists are hard at work to discover improved preventions, treatments and cures for cancer, cardiovascular and infectious diseases. With your regular monthly support, it is only a matter of time before they find the answers we all need.
As a tax-deductible gift recipient, all donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.
As a Research Partner, your regular monthly gift will help fund:
o Cancer research
o Cardiovascular disease research
o Infectious diseases research
o Equipment to accelerate the pace of research
o Recruitment and retention of the best medical research scientists
Research Partners make an ongoing monthly gift by direct debit from their credit card or bank account. It’s such a simple way to give. Your credit card or bank account will automatically be debited on the 10th of each month. You can increase, decrease or cancel your regular gift at any time, simply by calling us. And each July, we’ll send you a statement of all your donations.
Why are Research Partners so important?
With your help, many types of cancer, cardiovascular and infectious disease will one day be a thing of the past. Preventions and cures will be found. It’s just a matter of time.
By becoming a Research Partner, you will be donning your honorary lab coat and standing right along side our researchers as they work to diagnose, treat and hopefully even cure many of the diseases that take the lives of those nearest and dearest to us. Your commitment will accelerate the pace of research and help find the answers and possibly even the cures that many Australian families so desperately need.
“My wife died of cancer, so I know that researching these medical problems is vital and breakthroughs don’t happen overnight. There’s a lot of hard work behind it all. That’s why I’m only too happy to support the Institute with a monthly gift.” - Rob
“The exciting part of our research, I think, over the next five to ten years is that we’ll be able to identify the gene problem, remove it and replace it with a normal part of that gene. That means we’ll cure the disease in that individual and also stop it progressing in future generations.” - Professor Chris Semsarian, Head Molecular Cardiology Group
“Heath was just nineteen. He should have been able to live to seventy or eighty. And to be able to give someone ten, twenty or fifty dollars for the opportunity of that not happening to anyone else, I would just do it.” - Zoe
To learn more about how to become a research partner please read our Research Partner brochure
To become a Research Partner, please fill out and return our Research Partner Form
If you have any questions please contact us on 1800 677 977 (toll free) or email