Together we can create change!

Dainere’s Rainbow are dedicated to elevating vital awareness and raising funds for Australian research into childhood brain cancer.

What do we do

Our Mission

Dainere’s Rainbow are dedicated to elevating vital awareness and raising funds for Australian research to improve outcomes for every child in Canberra and across Australia diagnosed with childhood brain cancer and for families to feel supported, strengthened and valued.

Our Vision

One hundred percent cure rate for all children diagnosed with brain cancer and quality services and support throughout their illness and beyond.

Our Team

Dainere’s Rainbow is powered by a small and dedicated team of unpaid volunteers, who have enormous hearts and incredible enthusiasm.

Patron John Mikita and Ambassador Mark Scarborough have significantly contributed and made an impact on the growth of the organisation.

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Meet Dainere

Dainere, in a life too short, a life too fragile, but a life of tremendous influence selflessly, passionately and tirelessly advocated for greater awareness in the community about paediatric brain cancer.

Her determination and passion to raise funds for research and to inspire others with her constant message, “…together we can take action, give hope and create change…” knew no bounds.

Dainere remains an example of making the world a better place she showed such great compassion, love, bravery, positivity, joy and determination. She was grateful for every day she was here.

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Today as we near the end of Brain Cancer Awareness Month we would like to share these words written about Dainere by her Principal following

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The Dainere’s Rainbow Team have been working tirelessly, enthusiastically and with heart to bring together an incredible and meaningful 2024 Gala Dinner event. This event

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Help make a difference

Help us continue raising money and continue to support research into paediatric brain cancer. Every donation goes a long way and no donation is too small, if you are interested in being apart of this mission donate today.

685915

Total Funds Raised and
Donated to date –
As at 21st February 2024

News

Dainere’s Rainbow Awareness Stall At Tennis ACT Girls Get Active Day

On a splendiferous Autumn Sunday in Canberra on 3rd March 2024, Dainere's Rainbow were honoured and grateful to have been ... Read more

DAINERE’S RAINBOW CHRISTMAS LIGHTS 2023 BRINGS HOPE AND RAISES $2953.40

We are truly humbled, grateful, and overjoyed to announce that the Dainere’s Rainbow Team were able to give the truly ... Read more

2023 Andante Andante ABBA Choir Christmas Fundraiser

On Sunday 3 December, a special musical event was held in the beautiful St Columba’s Uniting Church in Braddon by ... Read more

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land where we meet and work, the Ngunnawal people, and the many other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples from across Australia who have now made Canberra their home. We celebrate and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of the ACT and region.

Dainere's Rainbow is a not for profit organisation - 100% of all funds raised or donated go to childhood brain cancer research at Sydney Children's Hospital
Our Corporate Partners
2024 Gala Dinner Corporate Partners

Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation are proud to display the new Registered Charity Tick from the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), which aims to gives reassurance to the public that the charities they support are transparent and accountable. We rely on your donations and volunteering to ensure we can continue our vital work, so we want you to know your support is making a difference. Where you see the logo, it means the charity is registered with the ACNC so the public can easily find out what they do, who their beneficiaries are, how they are governed and how they manage their finances.