2016 Annual Review

2016 Annual Review Our 2016 Annual Review (with 2015/2016 financials) is now available to view online. In less than seven years, the Snowdome Foundation has extended 24 grants representing over $14 million to Australian researchers and

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The ‘Bloody Good Dinner’

What a Bloody Good Success! Last year, we celebrated the outstanding achievement and collaboration of Snowdome Foundation and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision via winning the National Charity Telstra Business Awards. To continue and strengthen this partnership,

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Vision Super supports Snowdome

  What does superannuation have to do with blood cancer? In early April, a team of  Vision Super staff took part in the Murray to Moyne charity bike ride for the second year running. Including seven riders,

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Carpe diem

In this Patient Perspective story, we hark back to late 2014 when we featured a story about the generosity of Warwick Sherman. In remission from non-Hodgkins lymphoma, he was embarking on a second quest to win the ‘Sydney

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Snowdome gets a mention in Parliament

Thank you Georgie Crozier MLC (Victoria) who dedicated her Parliamentary Member’s Statement on November 22 to Snowdome and our recent success at the Telstra Business Awards . “I would like to acknowledge an organisation, the

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Vision Super supports Snowdome

Snowdome is proud to partner with Vision Super to deliver the Vision Super-Snowdome Foundation Fellowship to expand access to genetic testing for blood cancer patients at Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation and improve access to personalised cancer

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A tribute to Snowdome’s first donor

Snowdome would like to pay tribute to our first-ever donor, Arie Rubinstein (at right in picture), who has died from myeloma after an 8 year battle. From 2007 until 2015, Arie was a patient of our

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Blood cancers – how aware are you?

Blood Cancer Awareness Month (September) is an internationally recognised awareness month gaining traction in Australia for all the right reasons. The aim of the month is simple – to raise awareness of what blood cancers

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