Low-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer

We can save the lives of thousands of women but we need your help now

Support life-saving research into low-grade serous ovarian cancer - a slow growing ovarian cancer that disproportionately affects young women

Ways to donate

Direct to low-grade serous ovarian cancer research through Our Charity Partner ANZGOG

ANZGOG Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group logo with marigold flower and blue writing
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Help fellow Aussies save lives by donating to a really good cause.

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  1. Kristens Living Legacy

    "The pain, the fear, the sickness will be overwhelming at times, but never stop holding onto hope. Hold on tight, because life is worth it"
    $13,667.48 donated of $1,000,000.00 goal
  2. Coles Meat BU runs the Melbourne Marathon

    We are running or walking the Melbourne Marathon to raise money for a rare form of ovarian cancer called low grade serous carcinoma ovarian cancer. This charity receives very little funding so a little bit will go a long way!
    $7,949.25 donated of $5,000.00 goal
  3. WADES BIG SHAVE

    The mo will go!
    $6,914.00 donated of $5,000.00 goal
  4. Cure Our Ovarian Cancer Teal Heart Logo

    Cure Our Ovarian Cancer

    Your donation will be used to fund lifesaving research on low grade serous ovarian cancer
    $1,181.00 donated
  5. Alisha Thomson low-grade serous cancer woman

    Alisha’s Dream

    Fundraising for research into low grade ovarian cancer for a better future.
    $30.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal

Recent Donations


  1. Colin McCririck

    $250.00
    Donating for Kristen's Living Legacy - Have known Kristen since high school & her amazing fighting spirit should inspire everyone to donate, especially to Research for Low Grade Ovarian Cancer. Hope this helps in some way!!
  2. Anonymous

    $30.00
  3. Melanie Krestan

    $20.00
  4. Josh Appleby

    $50.00
    Great cause, great guy! Keep up the great stuff Wade. Love ya
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