Welcome to The Gut Cancer Foundation

of New Zealand

Gastro-intestinal (GI) Cancer
is a group of cancers that affect the digestive system

i.e. the oesophagus, stomach, liver, gall bladder & bile ducts, pancreas and bowel.

GI cancer is the most common form of cancer

in New Zealand

GCF seeks to improve outcomes of GI cancer

through funding clinical research and raising awareness.


25th October, 6.30pm to 10.30pm, St Matthew in the City

MC and singer Will Martin is sponsored by Canopy Cancer Care

Help us raise $100,000 for research to save lives from gut cancers!

A decadent and interactive charity dining experience for a good cause. Chef Geoff Scott will lead the team with Des Harris of The Hunting Lodge and Marcel  Leydesdorff  of Little Wolf.

Tickets are sold out!

Auction is now live and you can still support us through www.galabid.com/gastrofest18

Trips to Italy, Africa, Bali house available and Samoa! Dining experiences with our chefs and much more.

Platinum sponsors

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New Detailed Booklet

GCF Brochure

We are often asked about support services for gut cancers. Our new detailed brochure is available. There are facts about all the gut cancers, where to access more information and helpful tips for people living with a gut cancer.  Click here or email info@gutcancer.org.nz for hard copies.

View our latest TV interviews

TV 3  Newshub click here

TV 3 AM show click here

TV 3 The Cafe show click here


Latest News

GCF Brochure

New Detailed

Our new detailed booklet provides facts about all the gut cancers, helpful website links and support for those living with a gut cancer. You can access this online, see above ...

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New research grant

Professor Peter Shepherd, Dr Khanh Tran and their team at the University of Auckland, have been awarded $50,000 for one year to study a form of colorectal cancer which is difficult to treat ...

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Raise funds for GCF by just switching on your light switch! Your power bill will not change and each individual household enrolled will give us $100 to $150 a year.  ...


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