Friends of OML
Last Updated: 24/Aug/2021
The ACT ABC Hub is a Canberra-based community shared services organisation. While our clients including OML focus on what they do best – fulfilling their mission – the ACT ABC Hub will focus on what it does best – providing customised value-for-money support services including governance, financial management, and operational management.
Anthony Curtis & Co is a Canberra based chartered accounting firm, located in Deakin ACT. We are an experienced team of accounting professionals who offer the full spectrum of accounting services to local and interstate clients.
Blue Mountains Cancer Help is a locally based organization established to provide support for local residents who have been diagnosed with cancer and is funded through our Op-Shops, fund-raising, bequests and donations.
The Community Rewards Program is an initiative of the Canberra Southern Cross Club that launched in July 2015. The program empowers members to help the Community Groups that matter most to them. By nominating a Community Group participating in the program, 7.5% of the member’s spend on food and beverages at the Woden, Tuggeranong, Jamison, and Yacht Club venues will be donated to that group.
Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) consists of over 1,000 individual members who are doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and scientists working in cancer care throughout Australia. COSA is active in four main areas: education, networks, advocacy and research.
Dove Hospice supports people with life-threatening illnesses, and their families and carers.
The Dove Model of Care supports and empowers people in the community to navigate holistically through the process of living with, and dying from, life threatening illness and its consequences.
Dove Hospice is based in Auckland (New Zealand), is a regular consumer of OML's training programs, is a regular venue for our training programs, and is a much-valued partner in our efforts to increase the quality and availability of safe and effective massage therapy for people in frail health across New Zealand.
Hearing the words ‘you’ve got cancer’ will undoubtedly change your life forever. It’s what you do next that makes a difference…
The Gawler Cancer Foundation is a not for profit, non-denominational organisation, that promotes an integrative approach to health, healing and wellbeing. For over 30 years we have been improving the recovery outcomes and quality of life of people affected by cancer, through the delivery of educational cancer retreat programs in the beautiful Yarra Valley, Victoria. During your stay, you will be immersed in evidence-based lifestyle practices, known to promote healing, boost immunity, reduce stress and create clarity of mind at a time when it’s needed most.
Founded in 2007 by Author/Aesthetics Educator, Morag Currin, Oncology Training International was the first company globally to pioneer the modern concept of creating Oncology Aesthetics training that complements traditional beauty/skin care therapy.
The OTIS Foundation currently has properties in Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia and is strongly committed to ongoing growth, with plans to evolve into a national network.
The Quest for Life Foundation is a registered charity that provides a range of residential programs and services that encourage, empower and educate people living with cancer or other serious illnesses, or who are suffering from grief, stress, depression or trauma.
Rare Cancers Australia Ltd (RCA) is a charity whose purpose is to improve awareness, support and treatment of Australians with rare and less common (RLC) cancers.
To support both you & your skin both during & after radiotherapy, Rasa - Derm is a select range of gentle, healing skincare from Rasasara Ayurvedic Skincare.
Styling Curvy: "Here you will find inspiration, fashion, everyday life and more. Life is even sweeter after cancer, I'm thriving now and you can too. Come join me...."
Established in 1998, Sunshine Coast Haematology and Oncology Clinic, was the first free-standing day-hospital in Queensland, specifically designed for patients receiving treatment for haematology (blood) and oncology (cancer) conditions.
OML is the grateful recipient of sample Tui Balm’s products for our starting OM1 and OMBT students.
In the early 1980s, Tui Bee Balm was designed by the late Colin Iles, an English bee keeper, combining only natural ingredients to create a multi-purpose soothing & healing skin care balm. The recipe was gifted to the newly formed Tui Community in Golden Bay, New Zealand, in 1984.
For the first few years, the balms were hand-made with voluntary effort by the community residents. With a massage therapist and a naturopath part of the team, new recipes were created and the range increased to include balms for specific uses as well as a range for all-over body massage. In 1994, Tui Balms became a registered co-operative society and in 2008 a registered charitable organisation operating as a not-for-profit business, each year donating the profits to registered charities.
Tui Balms has massage & health practitioners as well as private customers in New Zealand and Australia, and many internet customers scattered throughout the world. To meet the demand in Europe and the UK, Tui Balms recipes are also being produced under licence in the UK by Songbird Naturals.
Cancer Care Centre Inc is South Australia’s pre-eminent complementary health care organisation dedicated to cancer patients, their families and carers. The Centre is not a medical or alternative treatment centre, but provides information, support and resources to those affected by cancer. The Centre has recently moved from Unley to Frewville.