Cancer Council SA staff, Board members, volunteers and Ambassadors all share one thing in common―a commitment to a cancer free future.
Every minute of every day, in our Eastwood office, in our Lodges, at treatment centres and events throughout the state, our people work hard to get us closer to that vision.
At Cancer Council SA we aim to attract and retain the best workforce by investing in our people, which includes working on a positive workplace culture, offering professional development and encouraging work-life balance.
Further focus was placed on areas for improvement, including improving communication and collaboration across the organisation with staff presenting at national conferences and participating in national working groups across the country.
There was further focus on the wellbeing of our staff and volunteers, with sessions on mental health awareness and health checks, skin checks, flu vaccinations and general wellbeing check-ups.
This year also saw the launch of Cancer Council SA’s inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan, complemented by organisation-wide cultural awareness training.
Cancer Council SA’s volunteers remained a key focus. Volunteers were supported with tasks that were mutually beneficial and opportunities were explored to further improve their engagement with the organisation.
To all of our people, thank you. We couldn’t do it without you.