CanDo Cancer Trust is a non-profit organisation that relies heavily on donations from generous sponsors and individuals.
Below are the Trust’s major sponsors who assist us with funding and in-kind donations.

If you would like to help us, donate now.


Moore Australia

Moore Australia, is part of Moore global – a global accountancy and advisory network operating in over 110 countries.  When it comes to providing personalised and commercially astute audit, accounting, tax and business advisory services, it simply can’t be anything else.
Their focus is about understanding you, your business, your needs, your challenges and, most importantly, how you define success.  At Moore Australia, they’re there to help you thrive in a changing world.  Mid-market accounting specialists, they truly understand your operating environment.
Think of them as delivering personal service with local market knowledge that you want, backed by a leading national and international network of expertise, knowledge and advice that you need to succeed.
Learn more about Moore Stephens


Masonicare has been improving the lives and well-being of people in our community for over ten years. Proudly supporting causes at a grass roots level, Masonicare tackles issues to make a tangible and lasting difference in society.
Masonicare is the official charity of N.S.W and ACT Freemasons. It successfully  harnesses the combined efforts, and innate charitable characteristics of our fraternity, to reach out across the jurisdiction and help those in need.
Learn more about Masonicare

Coffs Coast Freemasons

Freemasonry is the largest and oldest fraternal organisation in the world and is CanDo’s most generous sponsor, having a hand in almost everything we do and supporting us with not only financial assistance but assistance at events and the running of their own events in honour of CanDo.
Freemasonry is a society of men concerned with moral and spiritual values. Its members are taught its precepts by a series of ritual dramas, which follow ancient forms and use stonemasons’ customs and tools as allegorical guides.
Learn more about the Coffs Coast Freemasons.

National Australia Bank

For almost 160 years, the NAB have been helping  customers with their money.

Today, they have more than 30,000 people serving 9,000,000 customers at more than 900 locations in Australia, New Zealand and around the world.

As Australia’s largest business bank, they work with small, medium and large businesses. They fund some of the most important infrastructure in our communities – including schools, hospitals and roads. And they do it in a way that’s responsible, inclusive and innovative.
Learn more about the National Australia Bank

Pink Silks Committee

Coffs Harbour Pink Silks Perpetual Trust aims to ensure the community’s donations benefit as many women as possible, over as many years as possible, as they have a responsibility to those who have kindly donated to the cause. It’s seven women that form the committee in a voluntary role, and they work together with the Coffs Harbour Racing Club, to provide a unique charity day. Every second year they contribute $10,000 to a national breast cancer research institute – an important and essential need in developing better treatments and hopefully one day a cure.
Learn more about the Pink Silks Trust

Tour de Rocks

Whilst their primary focus is cancer, there are many parallel activities that strengthen the Tour de Rocks reputation as a worthy cause. They provide the opportunity for people to do something they thought unachievable, and significantly an activity that brings families together through common objectives building memories that would last a lifetime and will be drawn upon when times get tough. There are very often tears at the finish line when people realise what they have achieved not only through completing the ride, but also successfully fundraising and contributing to their communities.
Learn more about the Tour de Rocks

Commonwealth Bank

Australia’s leading provider of integrated financial services, including retail, premium, business and institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, insurance, investment and share-broking products and services.
Learn more about the Commonwealth Bank