Pro Bono Program

We understand the financial burdens that cancer may bring. If you or someone in your family is affected by cancer and you need advice, we can help.


Available Australia-wide, our Pro Bono Program, can connect you with professionals such as accountants, lawyers and financial planners. These professionals volunteer their time to assist people experiencing hardship.


How much does it cost?

We understand that you may be experiencing a loss of income, as well as other out of pocket costs. The Pro Bono Program is free for people who cannot afford to pay for it. You will need to pass a means test in order to qualify for free assistance.


If you don't qualify for our free services, we can put you in touch with professionals who can assist you on a paid basis


What does the Pro Bono Program cover?

Cancer Council's Pro Bono Program covers the following services:

Click the above links to find out a little more about each of these services.


How do I access these services?

Call Cancer Council's Information and Support line on 13 11 20, between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.


A translation service is available by calling 13 14 50.

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