Dreams2Live4

Proudly supporting Dreams2Live4

Dreams2Live4 is a charity that makes dreams come true for patients with metastatic cancer - meaning any cancer that has spread.

PRP - Proudly supporting Dreams2Live4

PRP Staff are Dream Makers

Dreams2Live4's Meaghan Lucas said the money raised through the PRP Ball will help make 11 dreams come true.
"Thank you to all the PRP staff for their wonderful support. We are so honoured to help these patients at such a dark time in their lives. The staff of PRP have been able to help shine a light and bring joy. We will keep you updated with the lives you have touched and the Dreams you have made come true."

Dreams2Live4 is a nationally registered charity . This unique organisation helps make Dreams come true for adult patients, like Wendy and Troy, who are living with metastatic cancer (meaning any cancer which has spread from its original site). Cancer drains families of joy, hope and finances. It can be a long and gruelling battle. By offering patients a chance to dream, we reignite a sense of control and optimism in their lives. Conversations change and so does the outlook of patients and their families. To find out more please go to www.dreams2live4.org.au.

A Magnificent Dream comes true for PRP Patient Troy

A Magnificent Dream comes true for PRP Patient Troy

As a boy, Troy had a passion for cars. He dreamed of one day driving with Mag Wheels on his Commodore. This was his boyhood image of success. Read more...

Chris' Dream was to thank his loving wife for sticking by him throughout his battle with cancer.

Chris' Dream was to thank his loving wife for sticking by him throughout his battle with cancer.

After over 30 years of marriage, these two lovebirds made the trip to the Jamison Valley to enjoy what they love most - walking and exploring the bush! Read more...

Imagine not seeing your grandchildren in more than 6 years...

Imagine not seeing your grandchildren in more than 6 years...

...Many of us couldn't imagine the heartbreak. But for Wendy, it was her reality. Her long battle with metastatic cancer had drained her and husband John financially. Read more...