Carrie Bickmore has worked tirelessly to help fundraise for Cancer research and The Project host has just shared some happy news with fans.
Taking to Instagram Bickmore posted a collage of snaps alongside doctors at the Olivia-Newton John Cancer Research institute.
“This is what it's all about. We are thrilled to announce we have now made another 3 grants to researchers fighting brain cancer,” the 36-year-old wrote.
“While it’s just a drop in the ocean in terms of how much funding is still needed, it’s an exciting step in the right direction. We couldn't have done it without your generosity and your continued support.”
Bickmore who cofounded the 'Carrie's Beanies for Brain Cancer' campaign has in the past explained her late husband Greg who inspired her to start the powerful campaign.
She also admitted let fans know that the new range of beanies go on sale in the next few days. “Please buy one and hopefully we can donate even more next year… Together we can make a difference.”
The mother-of-two also shared a cute snap of her daughter Evie in one of the newest kids–sized beanies.
The 36-year-old lost her husband Greg Lange to the disease in 2010.
You can support the organisation and learn more about the disease, here.