1 January 2024

Happy New Year

With everyone thinking about News Years resolutions why not resolve to do something to help us in our efforts to raise money for CF research??

The possibilities are endless… You could host an event!! There are many ways you can do this – cocktail parties, fancy dress dinners, office morning teas, crazy hair days at school, running a marathon, swimming to Rotto…

Email us your ideas and we’ll do all we can to help you with your event!!

From all of us at CCF we extend to you and your families all our good wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year.

Happy New Year!!

30 October 2023

Thank You Mount Lawley Golf Club!

We were so excited to receive an extra special donation from the wonderful ladies who play gold at the Mount Lawley Golf Club.  CCF were fortunate to be named as the beneficiaries of their fundraising events throughout 2023. As a 100% volunteer run organisation, donations like this from caring community groups, help us greatly in continuing to support the researchers who are working hard to extend the lives of those living with Cystic Fibrosis.

30 October 2023

Tea Tastic Tea Party

Were you snapped at our Tea Tastic Tea Party by our wonderful volunteer Photographer Benjamin O’Dea? Check out some of the lovely photos of this event which raised $20,768!!!

The stunning venue of the Government House Ballroom set the scene with delicious food, bubbles flowing and constant chatter.  The volunteers ensured the 200 guests were well looked after and the funds money raised at the event is now on it’s way to vital research projects to extend lives.

We thank all of the amazing businesses that supported this event, MC Verity James, the many volunteers and all our guests that attended. We also thank Sue Andrews, Leanne O’Dea and Rita Pahl who went above and beyond.

Together, we can, and we are, making a difference. 


25 August 2023

Four months membership for FREE!!

25 May 2023

Thank you!

20 May 2023

Celebrating 20 Years!

There wasn’t a dry eye in the house when the 2023 Grand Ball DVD was showcased to the more than 840 guests at the 2023 Capel Vale Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Grand Ball.

The DVD reflects on the 20 year story of our charity.  A story of love, heartbreak and hope.

Thank you Dean and Sharon from the amazing Lomax Media team who voluntarily gave their time and expertise to tell our story with the care and compassion it deserved.

To watch the DVD please click here

16 May 2023

A familiar face to take centre stage!

A familiar face and voice will take centre stage the Capel Vale Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Grand Ball this Saturday, May 20.

MAFS contestant and prominent cystic fibrosis advocate Lyndall Grace will be the keynote speaker and will also sing in front of more than 840 guests at the Crown Grand Ballroom.

The event has had a three-year hiatus due to Covid but the Cystic Fibrosis community will celebrate its return which coincides with 20 years of fundraising by the volunteer team.

“Our grand ball will be a chance to unite to celebrate the success of our charity and the many advancements in research over the past 20 years,” CCF Chair Wendy Endebrock-Brown said.  “However, this will also be bittersweet reunion because our community has experienced ongoing heartbreak in recent years with the deaths of previous keynote speakers, advocates and friends Jayde Kinane, Adam D’Aloia and Coen Ashton.

“These beautiful young people died far too soon because of this disease and we will never stop supporting research while Cystic Fibrosis continues to claim young lives and devastate families.”  Mrs Endebrock-Brown was one of the founding parents of children with CF who started fundraising 20 years ago and set up the charity.

Lyndall said she jumped at the opportunity to share her story in the hope of boosting research funds.  “The beauty of Conquer Cystic Fibrosis is that it is 100 per cent volunteer run so all the funds go to research to help extend lives like mine,” she said.  “If it wasn’t for medical breakthroughs, there is no chance I’d be standing here today.

“I grew up believing I’d die before my 26th birthday but I’ve been well cared for by the WA CF specialists here and I recently gained access to the revolutionary medicine Trikafta.  “I am not only alive because of it but I now have a tangible hope of growing old.  “However, despite the advances, we still have a long way to go and the deaths of friends with CF are tragic reminders of why we have to keep supporting the research into the vast complications of this disease.  “The death of my beautiful friend Jayde Kinane at just 21 years of age should never have happened so for her and others, I will do all I can to keep having our community’s voice heard.

“When I take to the stage to sing and speak at the ball, it’s not just about my personal battle with this disease but all those alongside me and all those who come after me.”

In 2017, Lyndall opened the event singing a touching rendition of ‘Like I’m Going to Lose You’ by Meghan Trainor.  Funds raised by CCF go to the Telethon Kids Institute, Institute of Respiratory Health and Australian Cystic Fibrosis Research Trust. The charity has also purchased a $280,000 machine for Fiona Stanley Hospital to make lung transplants safer.

25 March 2023

Easy Fundraiser Donations

Did you know if you have downloaded the Shopnate App you will automatically add a 2% donation to CCF with each booking when you purchase your Ball tickets?  Most importantly with no additional cost to you!

Shopnate The EasyFundraiser, is a great website where you can help us conquer Cystic Fibrosis simply by doing your everyday online shopping!

Over 680 big name retailers such as Target, eBay, ASOS, Booking.com, TryBooking and Booktopia are included.

Every time you shop, we receive a small donation to say ‘thank you!’ and It’s completely free!

8 January 2023

A True CCF Angel

We would like to share with you the outcome of an extra special fundraiser which honours a beautiful Bunbury grandmother who was entirely devoted to her family. Ann Lloyd sadly passed away on Boxing Day at the age of 70. Her friend and colleague set up a GiveNow In Memoriam page which has raised almost $5,000.00 in Ann’s honour.

Ann’s youngest grandson Connor has CF and she took every opportunity to support our cause and raise awareness for more life-extending research.  Her last opportunity to support Connor in lieu of flowers is a bittersweet one but her loved ones know it’s exactly what she would have wanted. 🌹

Pictured below is Ann with her grandson Connor.


9 July 2022

2 Months Free Entertainment Membership!!