Can4Cancer is CommBank’s community initiative with Tour de Cure that raises vital funds for cancer research and support for people with cancer. In 2018, Can4Cancer raised more than $2million across a series of capital city walks and a ride. This year, we’ll be looking to beat that figure, supporting 3,000+ CommBank staff to complete 21km walks across six capital cities. The cycling event will see more than 150 riders travelling 400km+ over a three-day return trip from Sydney.

As the private health fund for a majority of CommBank Group staff, we share the same cancer-smart values. So, this year CBHS returns as a major sponsor, taking on the role of exclusive Wellbeing Partner to the Can4Cancer events. We’ll have a great turnout of CBHS staff walking and fundraising in the events too!

How can you help?

CBHS is aiming to raise $25,000 to support the efforts of cancer researchers this year. If you’re inspired by what we and our own CBHS walkers and riders are doing, please donate here.

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Where do the funds go?

Cancer research is a long and expensive process. Can4Cancer funds key research projects that will make important breakthroughs in cancer prevention and cures. Tour de Cure has already made 29 important breakthroughs, with more to come!

This year, Can4Cancer will help fund 15,000 cancer awareness kids’ packs to enable Tour de Cure to reach and empower even more kids to understand cancer and live a healthy and happy lifestyle.

During the cycling tour, the team will present multiple local cancer grants each night to enable research, support or prevention projects in that region.

Meet Dario 

Dario Molina, the CEO & Executive Director of CBHS Corporate Health, is representing the CBHS Group to take on the challenge of the 400km+ Can4Cancer 3-day ride. Dario will join more than 150 riders of all abilities on a return trip from Sydney via Bowral and Kiama, to raise vital funds for cancer cures. Along the way, the team will visit local primary schools to spread the message of cancer prevention.


For Dario, finding a cure for cancer is a mission that’s very close to home.


“My mother passed away when I was three years of age. My aunt took on board the role of my mother and dedicated her life to my siblings and me. Three years ago, I lost my dear aunt to brain cancer.“ Seeing such a strong lady debilitated by such a horrific disease was emotionally excruciating for us. I’m riding in her memory and to help find a cure so that others do not suffer as she did,”


says Dario of his decision to ride this year.


Dario has a good baseline when it comes to training, as he enjoys cycling as a hobby. However, he acknowledges that some of the gruelling hills in the NSW South Coast area will be a challenge compared to his usual flat cycling routes!




CBHS Corporate Health Fund
CEO and Executive Director, Dario Molina

Cancer-smart living

  • A man doing planks
    • Fitness
    22 July 2019
  • A woman looking at the sea
    • Wellbeing
    17 July 2019

Support for those diagnosed with cancer

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, there’s likely to be so much on your mind. We’re here to make things easier for you. CBHS Health Fund offers a Better Living program which specifically supports people with cancer to maintain physical wellness and manage common side effects of treatments. Experienced nursing and allied health oncology specialists will be able to meet with you over video call, to help avoid more travelling to and from appointments and time in waiting rooms.

Having home-based treatment and care minimises hospital time. In some cases, you might be able to avoid a hospital admission altogether. This means more time with family, friends and pets in a place where you feel most comfortable. Ask our Wellness team about our Hospital Substitute Treatment program, in which health care professionals come to your home to give you the care, services and support you need.

How can I find out more?

For more information on these programs, please contact our Wellness team on 02 9685 7567 or You’ll need to hold an appropriate level of CBHS Hospital cover or package – we can help you find out if you’re eligible.

CBHS at Can4Cancer 2018