The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation Annual Report and Review 2016

We have contributed more than SEK 2 billion to research since 1982

Read more about our mission

224 ongoing research projects are co-financed by the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation

Read more about how your donation helps

Increased fundraising yields results
– but unfortunately this isn’t enough.

Per Leander, Secretary-General of the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation, comments on the 2016 financial year and looks to the future towards upcoming initiatives.

Read the Secretary-General’s comments about 2016

Collaboration that benefits both parties
– and saves lives

In 2016, the Drive for Life collaborative campaign was conducted together with BMW. Everyone has benefitted from this joint initiative, which raised nearly SEK 4 million for the fight against childhood cancer.

Read more about Drive for life and the opportunity to collaborate with us

Funding clinical research

During the year, the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation focused specifically on clinical research aimed at improving existing treatment methods and developing new drugs.

Read more about some of the initiatives here

Administration report and financial statements

An eventful and exciting year has come to an end. You can read the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation’s complete annual report and financial statements here.



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Secretariat: 08-584 209 00
Visiting address: Hälsingegatan 49, Stockholm
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