Author cooks up large donation [Publish Date: 02/04/2014]
A beautifully illustrated Malaysian cookbook has generated $10,000 towards the blood cancer cause, with proceeds of book sales coming to the Foundation.
Featuring authentic recipes from generations of one family, ‘The Melting Pot: Malaysian Gems’ cookbook by Vasanthi Duraiappah has proven to be a hit allowing supporters to combine a
Freemasons’ support continues [Publish Date: 02/04/2014]
On December 13, the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland gratefully received a donation of a new trailer and 8 GPS units. The trailer will be used to move furniture and equipment between the Foundation’s patient accommodation villages in Brisbane while the GPS units will go into patient transport vehicles that
Queensland Governor opens much needed patient accommodation village [Publish Date: 02/04/2014]
On 27 October the Governor of Queensland, Her Excellency Ms Penelope Wensley AC and Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland (LFQ) President, Beverley Mirolo OAM officially opened the new patient accommodation and support centre at 41 Peter Doherty St, Dutton Park.
The new village will continue to carry the name ESA Village
September 15 is World Lymphoma Awareness Day [Publish Date: 02/04/2014]
September 15 marks the 10th Anniversary of World Lymphoma Awareness Day, a global event observed every year by members of the international Lymphoma Coalition which is currently chaired by the Leukaemia Foundation of Australias General Manager for Research and Advocacy, Dr Anna Williamson.
As one of the four founding organisations
Thanks Queensland for being U.G.L.Y.! [Publish Date: 02/04/2014]
On behalf of the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland and the patients and families in our care, I would like to thank all who helped make this year’s U.G.L.Y. bartender of the year competition a great success.
The U.G.L.Y. (Understanding, Generous, Likeable, You) competition was embraced by 177 bartenders across the
Patients benefit from travel subsidy increase [Publish Date: 02/04/2014]
The Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland has welcomed the announcement by Queensland Health to increase the Patient Travel Subsidy Scheme (PTSS) for Queenslanders living in rural and remote areas.
From 1 January 2013 the PTSS will double from $30 to $60 per night per person and the mileage subsidy from 15
Queenslanders to light the night for leukaemia [Publish Date: 02/04/2014]
Anyone who has felt the impact of blood cancer on their lives is invited to attend Light the Night, an uplifting event being held Wednesday 10 October at twelve locations across Queensland, which aims to brighten the lives of patients and their families.
The Queensland locations are Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture,