The Cancer Council's Small Business Advisory Service
Cancer can cost up to 4 times the annual household income of a low-income family when you add up all the associated expenses. Often there may be a loss of income, gap fees, medicines, transport and accommodation to cover.
The Cancer Council's SBAS is a program that works to help small business owners and self-employed people affected by cancer. The SBAS offers free accounting assistance and small business advice for patients and carers, matching them with qualified professionals who help them on a pro bono basis.
If you, or anyone you know, need help from the Small Business Advisory Service, please contact the Cancer Council directly on 13 11 20.
To learn other ways you can help the fight against cancer, please visit the Cancer Council website.