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Cancer wellness support

Impact and Achievements

Celebrating our industry awards, recognitions and accreditations

Charity Recycling Australia

Within our op shops, a genuine circular economy thrives, as acknowledged via our 2023 accreditation through Charitable Recycling Australia under their Clothing Reuse Export Accreditation Scheme.

We are proud to join industry giants like Red Cross, Lifeline and many other larger and well-established organisations who reuse and recycle in circularity.

WWA 2023 Winner - Business Excellence Award

Acknowledging our remarkable growth and transformation over 2022-2023, we were thrilled to be awarded the Business Excellence Award in 2023.

We were recognised for our outstanding contributions across all aspects of our purpose-driven business and praised for our impactful work supporting people living with cancer and their families.

WSABE 2022 Winner - Excellence in Social Enterprise

We are guided by our social purpose of helping people living with cancer and their families by removing the financial barriers and accessibility constraints of complementary therapies so they can receive the support that they need.

WWA 2023 Finalist

Pioneering Achievement Award for our Client Services Manager, Vivienne Maitland

WWA 2023 Finalist

Emerging Leader Award for our Operations Manager, Louise Palmer

WWA 2023 Nominee

Purpose Driven Award for our Retail Manager, Gail Searle

WSABE 2021 Finalist

Excellence in Marketing

WSABE 2021 Finalist

Excellence in Social Enterprise

WSABE 2021 Finalist

Excellence in Innovation

“Living in the Blue Mountains, travelling to Sydney for weekly appointments is daunting. Cancer Wellness Support bridges this gap, making vital services accessible to the community”.
Alexia Lennon
Member / Client
“For people living with cancer, there is a scarcity of services and support in this region. I feel incredibly grateful for equipment and resources that I have access to, particularly the SOZO machine, enabling me to refine my skills and stay at the forefront of my field”.
Natasha Trotter
Member / Therapist
“Walking into the op shops is an experience of pure joy, radiating warmth and friendliness. While visitors initially seek affordable quality clothing and treasures, they find so much more as the genuine smiles and connections shared by staff and volunteers create an atmosphere of genuine camaraderie”.
Pam Purcell
Member / Volunteer