Join the Cancer Wellness Support ‘Give a Therapy’ Campaign

Are you a business or organisation operating in the Blue Mountains and/or Penrith Valley regions?

Cancer Wellness Support invites you to join our community and be a proud promoter of the Cancer Wellness Support ‘Give a Therapy’ Campaign, which invites people in the Blue Mountains and Penrith Valley regions to donate toward a therapy for someone in their local area who is living with cancer.

We’ve made it super easy for you to participate.
All you have to do is register your interest by completing the form below and leave the rest to us. We’ll be in contact and provide you with everything you’ll need to promote this worthy cause.

What you'll receive...

  • ‘Give a Therapy’ QR stickers for your windows
  • ‘Give a Therapy’ QR display signs for your counter
  • ‘Give a Therapy’ supporter images and text for your social media posts
  • ‘Give a Therapy’ supporter badge for your web site and email signature
  • ‘Give a Therapy’ A4 posters for your walls
  • Any other ‘Give a Therapy’ marketing materials you think you could use
  • Recognition on our 'Give a Therapy' Partners page on our web site
  • All media coverage for the 'Give a Therapy' campaign will mention our partners where possible and point to the Partners page

You can read more about the ‘Give a Therapy’ Campaign here.


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Else Lackey (client)

"I'll be honest - I was reluctant to join Cancer Wellness Support for a long time didn't want to be reminded of anything to do with cancer after my diagnosis and treatment eight years ago...but I'm so glad Helen managed to persuade me to join the Art Therapy Group - the warmth, understanding and kindness I get from everyone in the group, and from everyone at Cancer Wellness Support has been wonderful support to me...I can't wait to get there now."

Lisa Forrest (client)

"Cancer Wellness Support has been an incredible support for me this year. After my diagnosis I felt anxious and confused but found no psychological support in the medical system. The staff at Cancer Wellness Support were instantly welcoming and caring, with a highly skilled team of therapists and genuinely caring support staff. The therapies on offer are wonderful and I have found them truly useful, supporting holistic health like no other place I have experienced."

Shelley Harrison (client)

"I joined the support group to connect with others who have experienced cancer. I've met many interesting people and found support and understanding. Viv's warmth and kindness creates a welcoming group where we can share our stories with both laughter and tears."

Bernadette (carer)

"I joined the support group so I could better understand how to help my husband and to gain insight from both sides to help with the cancer journey."

Rick & Claire

"We are hugely grateful to you for what you have done Cancer Wellness Support, and can’t begin to thank you enough for all your patience, wise council, good humour and support."

Mr. & Mrs. T. Bournemouth

"Many thanks for all your help and advice and for looking after us in the excellent way that you do without which we would be at a complete loss."

David Moore (client)

"Five years ago I returned to Katoomba after having been diagnosed with a rare abdominal cancer. It is slow growing but there is not much in the way of long term treatment. I had just had debilitating but life-saving surgery and I now faced an uncertain future. I knew about Cancer Wellness Support because my wife was a practitioner member, so Cancer Wellness Support is where I naturally went for help. I benefited greatly from massage therapy, and after working with several counselling therapists I found one who is really helping to make a difference to my outlook on life. Also importantly for my progress, Robyn steered me in the direction of lan Gawler's workshops run locally by CWS, and she later made sure that I attended the wonderful Gawler foundation live-in program in the Yarra Valley, thanks to a generous co-payment by Cancer Wellness Support. 

My cancer is still with me, but after a recent series of radioactive injections it has shown the first promising signs of retreating a little. I am sure that I will need ongoing assistance from Cancer Wellness Support, but I am equally sure that Robyn and her dedicated team will continue to be there when I need them."