The Unicorn Foundation is excited to announce that it will be rebranding to NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia from next month.
After ten years since its inception, the Unicorn Foundation has become a well-respected name within the neuroendocrine cancer community. Yet despite this and the rising incidence of neuroendocrine tumors, general awareness about neuroendocrine cancer is still very low.
“To create greater recognition for the foundation and for the disease generally, we believe that introducing neuroendocrine cancer into our name will help to raise the profile of neuroendocrine tumors amongst the Australian general public, funders (government/non-government) and the medical community (GPs and specialists).
Whilst our name will be changing to increase awareness around the disease, the five pillars that govern our organization will remain the same as we continue to provide support, education, research, awareness and advocacy to Australian neuroendocrine cancer patients.”, says Simone Leyden, CEO and Co-founder.
Over the next few weeks the foundation’s website, social media handles and email addresses will start to redirect to NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia.
The shield with the unicorn’s horn, which also signifies the organization’s stepping-stones to finding a cure, will remain as the supporting logo to pay homage to their original branding.