What is The Longest Table?

The Longest Table 2022 - Fork Cancer

A fight for a future free from cancer!

The Longest Table is The Hospital Research Foundation Group‘s annual cancer fundraiser where you can host a night of fun to fight for a future free from cancer for everyone.

The official date for The Longest Table is July 23, 2022, but remember if this doesn’t suit then that’s OK! You can hold your event anytime until the end of August.

Join the fight to #ForkCancer.

Register now

 

Here’s how hosting works…

1. Register & get your FREE Goodie Bag

Sign up to host a physical or virtual event to #forkcancer and receive your free Host Goodie Bag to get you started.

2. Plan your event

Get creative and start thinking about the type of event you would like to hold. Order in pizza or plan the dinner party of the season – the choice is yours!

3. spread the word

Invite your friends and family to your event and spread the word far and wide to let everyone know you’re raising funds to fight against cancer.

4. host your longest table and #forkcancer!

Enjoy a night of fun and fundraising with your loved ones knowing together you are fighting for a future free from cancer.

THRF Group - Together Fight

Why should I get involved?

Every dollar you raise helps to fight cancer!

With your support, The Longest Table raises urgently needed funds for cancer research through The Hospital Research Foundation Group to find new ways to prevent, treat and cure this heartbreaking disease.

Cancer is one of our deadliest enemies with 50,000 people losing their life to the disease each year. Frighteningly, one in two Australians will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85.

By hosting a Longest Table, you will help fund more cancer research projects, improving and saving even more lives from cancer.

You’ll be helping people like Michelle..

At only 36 years old, Michelle (pictured, middle) fought a terrifying battle with triple negative breast cancer – the deadliest breast cancer type. Having supported her mum through the same battle a few years earlier, Michelle endured surgeries, chemotherapy and an intense fear of leaving behind her four-year-old son, Nate.

Fortunately, because of your support, researchers like Associate Professor Phil Gregory (right) are on the verge of an exciting breakthrough in the treatment of triple negative breast cancer, bringing hope to women like Michelle and her family.

Fight for people like Michelle and #ForkCancer.

Register now

 

Want to know more? give us a call on (08) 8244 1100 or drop a line to
[email protected]