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."

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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.

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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.
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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
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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
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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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Find Us on Facebook

Are you on Facebook? Keep up to date with our latest dreams by liking our Facebook page. Our supporters on Facebook play an important part in making many of our dreams come true.

  • In the last month we received the sad news of the passing of several of our dreamers.

    While our hearts were heavy, our spirits were raised when family members told us what these amazing dreamers had organised. Each left a special request that instead of flowers at their funeral , they a donation be made to Dreams2live4 . See more

  • Jacob’s Entourage is Ready to Roll

    Our 19 year old Dreamer Jacob planned a a boys night out in Sydney. The boys are suited up and the entourage is rolling out! And where were they going? See more

  • Can you pull strings with the Bunnies?

    Our 53 year old Dreamer has been a passionate supporter of The South Sydney Rabbitohs for more than 46 years through thick and thin. He is undergoing a gruelling treatment program for metastatic cancer. To keep his spirits up, we would love to help him meet his South Sydney team. Can you help? See more

  • A Simulating Dream

    Our Dreamer had a jumbo dream – to fly a jet! Word was sent out through the army of Dreams2Live4 supporters and we just hoped that someone, would know someone, who could make this happen. See more

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Events

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Sunday Mail Bridge to Brisbane Day

Have any plans for 26 August? No? Then put on your running shoes and join us on the Sunday Mail Bridge to Brisbane Day and fundraise for Dreams2Live4! See more

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Sunshine Coast Marathon

Want to be a part of a day where the whole family can participate and enjoy? Come and join the fun at the Sunshine Coast Marathon! While you are there with friends and family you can fundraise for Dreams2Live4! See more

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The Sun Herald City2Surf

Do you like to run and to win while helping dreams come true for patients with metastatic cancer? Then why not fundraise for Dreams2Live4 in the Sun Herald Marathon? See more

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