Cancer Council WA

Established in WA: 1958
Level 1, 420 Bagot Road, SUBIACO, 6008
08 9212 4333

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Senior Executive Name & TitleAshley Reid (Chief Executive)
Total staff in WA192
Number of volunteers in WA1,831
Staff breakdown (full-time, part-time and casual)127 full time, 36 part time, 29 casual
Core functionCancer Council Western Australia aims to reduce the incidence and the impact of cancer on our community through education, research, advocacy and by providing people affected by cancer with support to enhance their quality of life.
Mission StatementOur vision is to achieve a cancer-free future for our community. Our mission is to work with our community to reduce the incidence and the impact of cancer.
Board MembersProfessor George Yeoh, Professor Kingsley Faulkner, Pina Caffarelli, Hon. Hendy Cowan, Professor Michael Henderson, Matt Kelly, Dr Paul Cannell, Suzanne Ardagh, Cheryl Chan, Gavin Bain.
Balance date30 Jun 2017
WA Revenue most recent financial year$31.7m
WA Revenue previous financial year$25.1m
Total Assets$62.2m
Notable corporate supportersWest Coast Eagles, Dry July Foundation, Blueprint Wealth, Australia Post, Caltex, CBH Group, HBF, K&L Gates, Kott Gunning, Jackson McDonald, Metropolitan Cemeteries Board, Mitsui, MNG, NRW, Parmelia Hilton, Pharmacy 777, Pindan, Repco, Sandfire Resources
Does the organisation have a for-profit business operation?Yes. Retail shop at 334 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
Breakdown of funding sourcesBequests, donations and fundraising 68%, merchandise 4%, cancer information & support services 8%, grants education & prevention programs 14%, investments 6%.
Signature fundraising event/programAustralia's Biggest Morning Tea, Daffodil Day, Relay For Life, Girls Night In, Pink Ribbon Day, Dig Deep
Is the organisation headquartered in WA?Yes
Areas of focusNFP
Ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year
Last updated 21 Mar 2018
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WA Revenue

13th-UnitingCare West$34.4m
15th↑Cancer Council WA$31.7m
16th-RSL WA$31.6m
111 charitable organisations ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

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