No Matter What is the 'trading' name of the Evie Charitable Association which was established in memory of Evie Rogers-Elgar.

Evie was just 11 years old when she died from a rare form of bone cancer. She displayed a remarkable ability to face the challenges head on and has become an inspiration to many people who witnessed her fight against this disease.  Her resilience, sense of humour and positive attitude inspire us to continue to raise awareness of the effects of cancer on children and their families.

We are determined to honour her memory. To find out more about her, please read Evie's story.

She and many children and young people like her, and their families, endured tremendous hardship to cope with this disease. By becoming involved in the work of our charity, you too can be there No Matter What.


All children with cancer in Western Australia are treated through the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) in Perth. The work of our charity is informed by the experiences of parents of children and young people who have lived with and died of cancer, so we are well placed to know what is needed in terms of services and where the gaps are. We aim to work alongside PMH as much as possible, looking to fill the gaps in services, advocate for change, develop resource information, provide voluntary support where needed and consult with parents regarding new services or support.