Dreams2live4
makes dreams come true for patients who are living with
Metastatic cancer meaning any cancer that has spread

"My life was overwhelmed with illness… Now I am filled with dreams and plans."

DREAMER
  • A Man’s Best Friend

    Allen’s much loved dog died last year. Since then Allen has yearned to spend time with ‘man’s best friends’ so all Allen and his wife Florence wanted was to go to The Royal Easter show to watch the dogs…See more

  • WOW what a dream!

    Our Dreamer’s ongoing battle with metastatic cancer was forgotten when she celebrated her life-long love of animals with the WOW adventure tour at Canberra Zoo. Look at the joy on her face See more

  • A night on the town with three handsome young men!

    Sue is a graceful, beautiful 62 year old battling metastatic cancer. Her dream was to take her three favourite men on a very special date. “To have my three sons with me and take them on this wonderful night out meant everything to me. I was so proud that night….See more

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Dreams2live4 is a visionary program that realises the dreams of patients living with Metastatic cancer meaning any cancer that has spread, aggressive brain cancer, relapsed lymphoma and relapsed leukaemia. This year our small and dedicated team will work with more than 300 patients facing this life threatening disease.

Why dreams make a difference

Metastatic cancer drains families of joy, hope and finances. It can be a long and gruelling battle for patients. Often they and their partners cannot work and they can no longer do many things that other families take for granted. By offering patients a chance to dream, we reignite a sense of control and optimism in their lives. Conversations change and so does the outlook of patients and their families.

Who can receive a dream?

Adult patients who have been diagnosed with any of the following are encouraged to contact Dreams2Live4 about receiving a Dream.
  • Metastatic cancer – meaning any cancer which has spread from its original site
  • Advanced Glioma Stage 3 and 4
  • Relapsed lymphoma
  • Relapsed leukaemia

How Can I Help?

Dreams2live4 relies on its community of volunteers to fundraise, source services and make dreams come true. Sometimes its money, other times its knowing someone who can help a dream come true. And sometimes it’s having the personal skill that can help another human being in need. Sign up to help

Companies who help dreams come true

We need lots of help to make dreams come true. Go to our Partners Page and see who is helping us and how.

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Events

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TGIF Sydney 2019–Save the Date!

It’s on again! Save the date ladies for the annual TGIF Ladies Lunch! 12PM Friday 3rd of May 2019 Sergeants Mess, Mosman! 2019’s TGIF Ladies Lunch will be filled with laughter and fun! See more

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“Waikiki here we come!” Dreams2Live4 Christmas Raffle and the winning ticket is…

Ticket number 139 has won a Luxury Escape in Waikiki. Congratulations and thank you to everyone who entered and made dreams come true this Christmas for cancer patients.

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First Man Movie Fundraiser

One of our amazing Dreamers reached out to give back and make more dreams come true. With your support Joy was able to put on her First Man Movie Fundraiser for Dreams2Live4 at Eaglehawk, Victoria. On the heels of their six-time Academy Award®-winning smash, La La Land, Oscar®-winning director Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling reteam for Universal Pictures’ First Man, the riveting story of NASA’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the years 1961-1969. For tickets and information

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