Host a dinner with friends to help save lives from cancer.
The Longest Table is The Hospital Research Foundation’s annual cancer fundraiser where you can help raise funds to save lives from cancer.
Did you know during the time you have dinner with your friends, 61 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer? Cancer really is one of the most heartbreaking diseases affecting Australian families. You can change this.
By registering for The Longest Table you are raising funds with your friends to save lives from cancer.
Here’s how it works…
1. Register & get your Goodie Bag
Once you register online you’ll then receive your awesome FREE Host Goodie Bag packed full of everything you need to help plan and put on your Longest Table! Stay tuned for details on how you can be involved in 2019.
2. Plan & Invite
Your Longest Table be as fancy or as laid back as you like; whether it’s a pizza or burger night or an elaborate dinner! Let your mates know the details ASAP so they can join you to #forkcancer! Use the downloadable Invite Templates or invite friends easily and ask them to donate via email using your Host Dashboard which you can access once you register.
Spread the word about your forkin’ awesome contribution to saving lives from cancer using #forkcancer! Keep an eye on the hashtag to check out your fellow forkers plans for their Longest Table & get inspired!
Have fun & #forkcancer!
Give yourself a huge pat on the back – you’re helping to save lives from cancer, and having a forking good time while you’re at it!
Why should I get involved?
As you know, cancer is one of the most heartbreaking diseases affecting Australian families. During the time you have your friends over for dinner 61 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer.
By hosting a Longest Table with your friends and fundraising, you will save lives from cancer. The money you raise will support vital cancer research through The Hospital Research Foundation. Find out more here.
You’ll be helping people like Trish…
In August of 2015, 46-years-old Trish was diagnosed with an aggressive breast cancer. It was news that changed her life forever.
“My first round of chemotherapy was very hard, and I wanted to give up after that. I didn’t believe I was strong enough,” she said.
Trish considers herself one of the lucky ones. After 11 rounds of chemotherapy, where she lost all feeling in her hands and feet, she was cured.
“I was fortunate that my cancer was one of the ‘nicer’ ones and I had targeted therapy available to me. Thanks to incredible researchers we have access to brilliant treatments which are targeting the many different forms of breast cancer, but we still need more.”
Trish is back this year as a Longest Table host, determined to see research continue to save lives from cancer. Join her in the fight!