David Wolf lost his battle with brain cancer at age 23.
The Wolfy Foundation honours his life by serving people living with brain cancer – their families and friends.


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Raise the Flag for a Cure!

Support Cure Brain Cancer Foundation’s CEO Lance Kawaguchi as he treks to the South Pole in December 2023 for research and awareness of brain cancer.

The Wolfy Foundation raise funds and awareness about brain cancer.

Brain cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in adults aged under 40 in Australia and kills more children than any other cancer.
However very little is known about brain cancer, what causes it or how to treat it effectively.

In the last 30 years, there have been significant increases in survival for Australians diagnosed with leukaemia and breast cancer. However, the survival rate for Australians diagnosed with brain cancer remains relatively unchanged. Although brain cancer costs more per patient than any other cancer, it receives only a small fraction of cancer research funding.

Welcome to the Wolf Pack!

Show your support for TWF with a pair of designer socks.

The Wolfy Foundation have teamed up with Swanky Socks to help you show support for The Wolfy Foundation in style!

With an exclusive Wolfy Foundation Family Member print, 100 per cent of the proceeds will go to The Wolfy Foundation, giving you world-changing style.

For a donation of $34.95 you will receive two pairs of TWF socks (postage included), with Davy’s signature “shakkas” embellished on the side, all in a box – making them perfect as a gift!

As a bonus opportunity, you’re welcome to join Team Wolfy at the City to Surf – you can’t miss us – we’ll be wearing our socks. We’ll find you if you’re wearing your TWF socks 🙂 We’ll let you know when the ultra loud City to Surf socks are available.

A big thanks to Tom Lawrence and the Swanky Socks team for their support.

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Sorry, our stocks are currently sold out, get in touch with us and we’ll let you know when they’re back in stock.

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