Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Foodland
October is internationally known as Breast Cancer Awareness month, but at Flinders Foundation, we like to go above and beyond!
Flinders Foundation is proud to partner with Foodland throughout October to support South Australians affected by cancer.
Foodland are committed to the community and are proud to support fundraising for cancer awareness, research, prevention and support in South Australia.
When you buy any specially marked bakery products during October, part of the proceeds will go to Flinders Foundation to support world-class cancer research.
So when you shop at a Foodland store, not only are you supporting local business, you’re also supporting fellow South Aussies.
From Vili's Berliners to Wonder White loaves, look out for the ribbon and throw a few treats in your trolley!
Now open: flinders foundation health seed grant round 2019/20
The 2019/20 Flinders Foundation Health Seed Grant Round is now open
Closer to a cure thanks to Tour de Cure
Cancer research at Flinders has received a boost thanks to Tour de Cure’s inaugural SA Discovery Tour.
Little Beads for our Little Champions
Babies in the Flinders Medical Centre Neonatal Unit now have a special memento of their medical journey with the arrival of a new bead program.
A chat with... Flinders Medical Centre Neonatal Critical Care Nurse, Sue Salvemini
Flinders Medical Centre Neonatal Critical Care Nurse, Sue Salvemini has been at Flinders since 1988!
Thanks to you…we did it! A new ECMO Machine is on its way
Thanks to you…we did it!
Santos’ gift for epilepsy
For the past 27 years Janet Murphy’s nights have been sleepless and full of worry.
Comfy chairs for Flinders
A good, comfy chair means a lot to patients and their families at Flinders.
Ground-breaking research targeting brain cancer
Flinders University’s Associate Professor Simon Conn is carrying out ground-breaking research
$225,000 and a new world record!
Mix102.3 Breakfast duo Jodie & Soda’s mammoth 52-hour ferris wheel marathon
Developing new methods to detect Gastro
Flinders University Associate Professor Jill Carr is working to develop new methods to detect Norovirus – a common and highly infectious form of gastro.