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“Magic Beanies” 2019 campaign

“Magic Beanies” - this year’s Mark Hughes Foundation “Beanie for Brain Cancer” campaign - kicks off this Saturday, June 1st, when the fabulous new 2019 beanies go on sale.

Oh what a feeling!

Congratulations to Anthony Saab who was the winner a Toyota Hilux valued at over $63,000!

Funding Helping Families

Meet Grace and Sam Bates who are taking part in this year's Beanie for Brain Cancer Campaign. Watch the Fox...

Brain Cancer Biobank

Here at the MHF we are very proud of the work of the Brain Cancer Biobank explained here by Biobank...

MAGMA Trial

Craig Gedye is one of the researchers involved in the Multi-Arm GlioblastoMa Australasia (MAGMA) trial which the Mark Hughes Foundation...

WIN a Toyota HiLux!

Win a Toyota HiLux as part of the 2019 Matt Callander Race Day. Tickets are $1000 each and there are...

What a day for a knight!

Find out the story behind the "Magic Beanies" campaign and why chain mail is not a glamorous fashion accessory!

Evolution Cup

Great footage by Callaghan student Kaytlyn Pickles from the 2019 Evolution Cup at Surfest. MHF are so thrilled to announce...

Dave Hanna Golf Day & Benefit Night

On the 4th April the Dave Hanna Golf Day and Benefit Night will be held at Muree Golf Club, Raymond...

MHF awards innovation in brain cancer

Five highly innovative brain cancer research projects have received more than $725,000 in funding from the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF)...

Nationwide call for innovative brain cancer research

Bold ideas and creative collaboration are required in the quest to solve the riddle of brain cancer. Leading the call,...

Mission’s fight against Brain Cancer strengthens

The Liberal National Government is providing $5 million from the Australian Brain Cancer Mission to two leading oncology groups to...

Borneo Trek

Im fresh back from yet another awesome adventure to Borneo where 37 people that wanted to make a difference joined...

Beanie for Brain Cancer campaign 2018

The 2018 Beanie for Brain Cancer campaign was a huge success raising nearly 3.5 million through various fundraisers and the...

New Research Article

Catching up with Research fellows Dr. Mike Fay and Dr. Kelly McKelvey. Dr Mike Fay and his team, based at...

Big note yourself

Satisfy your stationery obsession with this noteworthy Mark Hughes Foundation notebook. Or give it to someone of note!

Mark Hughes announced as nominee for the 2019 Australian of the Year

A brain cancer awareness advocate, a retired teacher and athletes who prove disability and age are no barrier to success...

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