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Grill’d Presentation

Last night members of Dainere’s Rainbow Brain Tumour Research Fund Committee were blessed, humbled and fortunate to visit our local Grill’d Belconnen Store where Dainere’s Rainbow was presented a cheque for participating in the Local Matters Programme.

We wanted to express our heartfelt and deepest gratitude to all the marvellous staff at Grill’d Belconnen, who through the Local Matters Programme give back to the Community in such a truly special way.

The funds that Dainere’s Rainbow received will go towards improving the outcomes for all children with brain tumours. Through a comprehensive research program that stretches from investigating the basic biology and genetics of childhood brain tumours in the laboratory, to the implementation of novel treatment strategies in state of the art clinical trials. The funds will help to find new treatment strategies that improve the cure rates for childhood brain tumours and simultaneously decrease treatment side effects.

Funding for all research projects and programs depends on vital community support to ensure that paediatric brain tumour patients receive the best chance of cure with minimal treatment side effects. This then brings new hope for future generations of Australian children and their families.

Again, we feel so grateful and humbled that Grill’d Belconnen included Dainere’s Rainbow Brain Tumour Research Fund in the Local Matters Programme.

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