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Who is the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund?

The Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund was established by the Albury Wodonga Cancer Foundation to raise money for cancer services in our region.

A high level local board from business, industry and government oversees the Trust Fund. The board is responsible for the good governance of the Trust Fund which is also supported by a fundraising, marketing and events manager, a media and communications coordinator, and a team of dedicated fundraisers who sit on a volunteer committee.

With tax deductibility and gift recipient status, the board ensures that donations from individuals and businesses in the community are directed solely to support cancer services in the Albury Wodonga region.

The Trust Fund is fully transparent and accountable to the community through external audits, publication of an annual report and community consultations.

Mission – Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund

To raise funds to support cancer services in the Albury Wodonga region to provide quality care to patients and families.

Purpose

  • To actively promote fund raising opportunities in the community including the establishment of partnership arrangements with appropriate businesses and organisations
  • To invest Trust funds in accordance with accepted government guidelines
  • To liaise closely with the governing body of the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre to ascertain need priorities
  • To proactively contribute to improvement in care by providing funds to purchase specialist equipment and resources
  • To stimulate the training of care based professionals by supporting appropriate development programs
  • To support unique projects for further care, particularly research
  • To operate the Trust Fund in accordance with the requirements of the constitution