Flash dancers will boogie for a cancer cure

“Hundreds of people will be dancing to the same beat in the Dance for a Cure on April 6 at 11am.” – POST Newspapers, Friday 21 March 2014


Meadow Springs students in record attempt

Thanks to Meadow Springs Primary School for their amazing efforts to help us raise awareness and funding for kids with cancer! Fantastic effort guys! We hope to see you all down at Langley Park on Saturday 19 April at 9am for our Guinness World Records day – so we can take the photo with you!

“HAVING a ribbon big enough to fit around the new Perth Children’s Hospital is no easy feat but Meadow Springs Primary School (MSPS) students have taken part in a world record attempt. Students covered the ribbon in well wishes for sick children…” — Mandurah Mail, March 19, 2014 – Read the full article here



The Wood Family & friends learning the moves

If you need inspiration, check out the Wood family learning the dance steps to Keep the Flame Alive and Dance for a Cure!

We are so glad that this event is bringing families and friends together in a positive way to support Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation Inc. We can’t wait to see you all dancing together at rehearsal this Sunday 23 March!!

About Keep the Flame Alive

Keep the Flame Alive is the next stage in Children's Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation's evolution, moving forward to help build awareness of Children's Leukaemia and the need for cancer research. By using a flame as a symbol of hope and life, CLCRF want to create new and exciting events each year, bringing celebration and awareness to the organisation and what they achieve year after year for Kids with Cancer.

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Keep the Flame Alive 2014


Can't be a part of the event, but would still like to help support a good cause? Why not donate now to help support the Children's Leukemia & Cancer Research Foundation.