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Support Cure Brain Cancer Foundation by creating your own fundraiser. Walk, swim, run, bake - whatever you choose, challenge yourself with your friends and get involved to help raise funds to find a cure for brain cancer.

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Walking for Pete: Finding a cure for brain cancer
Peter Hudson was a remarkable husband, father and Poppa. He was a teacher, a professor and an amazing song writer. In 2017 he was diagnosed with a rare form of prostate cancer. He had rounds of chemo and radiation and battled the disease bravely and with great positivism. Just after Christmas this year (2022) Pete seemed disorientated. An MRI revealed our worst fears that Pete had developed a glioblastoma (brain cancer). Unrelated to his prostate cancer, the glioblastoma took Pete's life in two short months leaving us devastated. Facts: There is no cure for glioblastoma; It is the most common form of brain cancer; New cases of brain cancer are on the increase with glioblastoma accounting for 45% of malignant brain tumours; Less than a quarter of those diagnosed with glioblastoma will live five years. Fundraiser On Sunday August 7, 2022, we are "Walking for Pete" to raise much needed funds for brain cancer. The walk will start at Kirra Beach, Qld opposite the Meridian Tower Apartments at 11am. We will walk along the foreshore path all the way to Rainbow Bay. For those who would like to have lunch, Rainbow Bay surf club is a must (you may need to book a table). Even if you can’t join us for the walk, please donate what you can to cure brain cancer. I hope you will join us so that we can raise much needed funds for brain cancer (including glioblastoma) so that in the future those who are diagnosed can have some hope of a cure. ...
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$50 / $20,000raised
20kms for Brad
The annual 20km walk in memory of my dad is happening again this year to raise much needed funds for cure brain cancer foundation <3 Still yet to decide on the location in Sydney but this year we will be walking on the day that dad passed as it falls on a saturday <3 Feel free to join us :)...
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$505 / $1,500raised
Icon's Beanies for Brain Cancer
Hello everyone. We here at Icon Cancer Centre at Windsor Gardens are proud to be supporting Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. We will be holding a Big event on the 13th of July from 10am to 4pm. Will we have beanies and bottles and pins to sell to raise money that will go toward Brain Cancer Research. We won’t just be fundraising on the big day. We will be selling the merchandise for the whole month of July. Please come along and we can Cure Brain Cancer together! ...
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$1,600 / $2,500raised
Walk for Gera - 160km in 4 days
In 2018, Dad's sister Gera passed away after bravely facing a 2 year battle with brain cancer. A wife, a mother, a grandmother, a sister, an aunty, a friend - Gera is missed by many. Thirty seven years earlier, my grandmother passed from the same disease, when Dad was only 15 years old. In memory of both Gera and Anna van der Jagt, Dad and I will be walking 160km in 4 days (that's 40km per day!) to help raise money for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. From the 19th-22nd of July, we are participating in the 4Days Marches event (4-Daagse Nijmegen). Taking place in The Netherlands, it is the world’s largest walking event! Any support is greatly appreciated in our endeavour to raise $2,500 for the 4 Australians that die every day from brain cancer. ...
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$5,570 / $500raised
Claire & Hannah’s 100km walk over July for brain cancer
Brain cancer is one of the most deadly cancers, with survival rates low and minimal change in statistics in over 30 years. As many of you are aware, my dad recently received a life limiting brain cancer diagnosis. My family and I are completely shocked and devastated by this news. For those who are privileged to know my dad, know he is nothing but a giving, hardworking and truly good man. He’s positively affected so many people in not only his personal life, but also his professional life as a doctor. I also work in a paediatric neurosurgery environment and see the effect this awful disease has on children and families. This is why my sister Hannah and I will be walking 100kms over the month of July to raise money for the Cure Brain Cancer foundation. We hope that this money will go towards the research needed to help reduce the impact on families affected by brain cancer in the future. Feel free to donate via the link below, any support is greatly appreciated!...
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$545 / $1,000raised
Hair donation in memory of Fleur Stefani
As the one year anniversary of Fleur’s passing approaches I plan to cut my hair off to raise funds for brain cancer research. I will donate the cut off hair to a charity wig-maker. We lost Fleur far too early at only 47 years old, and we lost her so fast with only 9 weeks to come to terms with it and say goodbye. I am raising funds for brain cancer research in the hope that eventually others won’t have to go through similar losses. ...
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$5,210 / $1,000raised
A tribute to Simon, Simmo, Sonar, Fuller
Simon's life journey ended with us at only 40 years of age, with a brain cancer diagnosis 8 years prior. We're keeping him in our hearts and celebrating the festival that was Simon’s life. As an alternative to floral tributes, this fundraiser has been set up for Simon's friends, family and supporters to donate to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and help find a cure for this cancer. Simon himself was a supporter of the foundation, only in March this year he completed 100 squats a day for 30 days to raise funds....
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$2,200 / $2,500raised
Linda Wildman
Hi Everyone In lieu of flowers, family & friends of Linda are invited to support the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation to fund research into this truly horrible disease. Every little bit counts, no matter how small. Her family thanks you....
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$0 / $200raised
Beanies 4 Brain Cancer
Did you know brain cancer kills more children than any other disease and more people under 40 than any other type of cancer. From Monday June 20th until Friday June 25th 2022 help us raise money for the cure brain cancer foundation by wearing your beanie and donating a gold coin to support this worthy cause. There will also be treat bags available to purchase to help us raise money. ...
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$50 / $1,000raised
Blowdries for brain cancer
I lost my beautiful mother to brain cancer back in 2020. One week she was healthy the next we were given the worst news you can hear. Unfortunately brain cancer has very silent symptoms and treatment options are limited. In 2021 I hosted a walk and we raised over $4000 which blew me away! So let's keep this going...... donate what you can, every little bit helps and is so very appreciated! ...
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$50 / $500raised
3km per day in June
I’m at it again folks. If you would like to donate I promise I’ll do the km’s. I’m doing it for my health but might as well help some others on the way too. ...
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$105 / $200raised
3KM A DAY
I'm completing 3KM a day everyday this month in June to raise awareness and funds for brain cancer. Walking, running, cycling, whatever or however you move for 3km a day! Please feel free to donate, every little bit helps. Thank you for your support!...
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$0 / $5,000raised
We Are in this fight together!
Thank you for helping raise awareness and vital funds to support those in need who are or have been affected by brain cancer. My heart sends you much love ❤️ ...
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$3,240 / $1,000raised
My 'Why'- Garry Green
12months ago my family was experiencing the devastation that is losing a cherished family member. My uncle Garry Green had an aggressive brain cancer- GBM. This cancer stripped him of the right of growing old, the right to enjoy his well earned retirement after years of dedication to his career and raising his family. Without him our family hurts, nothing is the same as we still try to adjust to our new normal. 12 months ago I felt the heaviness that nothing in life is guaranteed, absolutely nothing. Along with this the increased appreciation of the importance of love and kindness. I call these- Garry's gifts. 12 months ago I decided that the time was now to push myself and try the unknown, I signed up to the Cairns Ironman- 3.8km swim, 180km cycle, 42km run. With less than 2 weeks to go till race day I reflect back on the last 6-12months and my 'Why'. It's easy to get caught up in desired performance outcomes that i hope for on race day, but my 'Why' is what pushed me to take the first steps and has kept me going through the ups and downs of this journey. My 'Why' will be my secret weapon on race day, the strength that I will carry and draw upon in the dark moments that race day will bring. I will stand there on race morning on the sandy beach of Palm Cove dedicating this journey to Garry Green. My 'Why' is why i ask you to please consider donating to cure brain cancer. ...
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$5,258 / $10,000raised
In memory of Ross -Trek4BrainCancer Cape to Cape 2022
I will be walking 130kms from Cape to Cape WA in September to raise money for Brain Cancer research. We lost Ross to a Grade 4 GBM (Glioblastoma )4 years ago . I would love for no one else to feel the heartbreak that this disease has brought. Please donate if you can , help find a cure....
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$200 / $5,000raised
Tyler's Mongol Derby Fundraising Page
Hey guys, I've decided to make a difference and fundraise for Cure Brain Cancer to raise much needed funds for an amazing cause that's close to my heart. As a part of my 2022 Mongol Derby entry, we need to raise as much money as we can for our chosen charity. If you would like to support my fundraising efforts it would be amazing! Any donation, big or small, would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much! ...
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$50 / $1,500raised
100km in June
Bianca and Kirsty have committed to running 100km in June to raise much needed awareness and funds for brain cancer. ...
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$100 / $500raised
Move in June for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
Hi everyone, I will be participating in the Move in June (3km a Day) challenge to raise funds for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. I'm fundraising to help create change in quality of life and survival for brain cancer patients through the CBCF. Your donations will go towards research, giving the gift of time, hope and health for those who need it most. It would mean so much to me if you could support my challenge. You can donate at this link to support those in need by investing in research, or get involved yourself at https://curebraincancer.org.au/get-involved. ...
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$1,405 / $1,000raised
Show me your money for Brain Cancer!
Show me your money as I walk 3km's everyday in June! For all those friends who have Brain Cancer, and all those we never got to meet. The chance of surviving brain cancer is 22% and that hasn’t changed in 35 years. It’s also only receives 5% of Federal Cancer funding, unlike other cancers. It could be you! So help improve your odds. And donate today!!!...
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$650 / $500raised
Flicks Friends
Lets keep motivated to move our butts during the cold Mansfield winter, while helping to support Flick and family to be fighting fit!!...
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$0 / $250raised
Rachel
Thankyou for your donation, I am raising money so a dear friend can continue to live a happy healthy life with her her young family...
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$0 / $1,000raised
Doing it for Myles
Our awesome mate Myles passed away from Brain Cancer in 2020. He made us laugh, smile, wince, look away and mostly we could not look away as he went about his life - spreading love and joy and good times. We miss him. Our team is fundraising to help fund research into this cancer to help stop it in its tracks. Thank you for your support :-) ...
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$0 / $200raised
Denny's Fundraiser for Brain Cancer in memory of Myles
I'm going to run/walk 3km a day in June to raise money for Brain Cancer research. Please consider donating to this wonderful cause....
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Doing it for Myles
Our awesome mate Myles passed away from Brain Cancer in 2020. He made us laugh, smile, wince, look away and mostly we could not look away as he went about his life - spreading love and joy and good times. We miss him. Our team is fundraising to help fund research into this cancer to help stop it in its tracks. Thank you for your support :-) ...
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$100 / $200raised
3km's per Day in June Challenge
💜Want to join me me in supporting a good cause? I'm getting my body and mind moving by doing 3km's in June to raise much needed funds for Brain Cancer research. Every little bit counts YOUR contribution will make an impact💜...
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$0 / $1,000raised
Doing it for Myles
In memory of our mate Myles... Fuck he made us laugh - he didn't care what others thought of him - he walked to the beat of his own drum and we can truly learn from him and live our best life in his honour xoxox...
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$3,115 / $3,500raised
Trek4BrainCancer: Tasmania - In memory of David Singh
"Go beyond your comfort zone and live life to the fullest." This is the motto Dave lived by. This is what I am doing this October by Trekking Tasmania to raise money for CFBC. This is in memory of our beloved husband and dad David Singh who fought courageously to the end on 28th May 2017 aged 26. Born in April 1991 in Melbourne, Dave was diagnosed just before his 21st birthday with anaplastic astrocytoma grade III, a slow growing cancer. He was a passionate musician, trombonist and teacher who inspired his students and other musicians alike. Bitten by the travel bug, he loved to see the world. The positive from his Brain Cancer diagnosis was that he lived life to the fullest. In June 2016 he went on a spontaneous holiday to Fiji where we met. After a whirlwind romance he proposed in the gardens in Melbourne and eventually relocated to Orange, NSW. Dave's cancer developed to GMB IV. After our dream wedding in April, 2017, devastatingly he lost his battle 50 days later. David's greatest fear wasn't death itself, it was not having had enough time to make a difference. Little did he know the huge impact that he made on his students, friends, colleagues, peers and least of all his family. This is why we thought it was fitting to commemorate his fifth 'angelversary', as he survived 5.5 years with brain cancer, through our fundraising efforts with TrekTassie. Thank you for your support, Larissa and Elliot. ...
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Grandad George
Brain cancer research doesn’t get the funds it needs to help make a difference to those with brain cancer or to find a cure. Help me raise vital funds to help those searching for a cure and to fund clinical trials! I am taking part of the 3km #MoveInJune fundraiser. The aim is to walk, run, skip, hop dance, crawl... whatever you can/want to do for 3km a day for the entire month of June. My goal is to do 5kms a day for the month of June. Please donate if you can- any amount helps. ...
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3 Gen
Hey everyone, This page is for the 3km #MoveInJune fundraiser. The aim is to walk, run, skip, hop dance, crawl... whatever you can/want to do for 3km a day for the entire month of June. Share the link on your Facebook pages, and other social media platforms or at work to raise some money for brain cancer research. Lets aim for $1000 between us, and if it goes over, all the better! ...
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Everyone who has lost someone to brain cancer
I am here to create awareness… for anyone who has lost someone to brain cancer .. I am not after donations .. I will donate myself.. I am just raising awareness If you notice any changes in any part of your health the sooner the better .. go get checked regularly!! ...
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$100 / $1,000raised
Our Beautiful Mumma & Grandma
I’m hoping that together we can make some much needed money so that eventually NO one else will ever have to go through what we are💔 ...
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$0 / $15,000raised
Mum’s Angels
I am hoping that we can raise some much needed money so that eventually no one will ever have to go through what we are from this unforgiving cancer. Soo who’s in ?? ...
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$1,340 / $1,000raised
Gold Coast 2022, 42.2km for my buddy
I fundraised as part of Gold Coast marathon festival in 2019 for one of my best friends as she had her treatment for breast cancer. She is a mum of 3 wonderful young children ages 11 and under, wife to a man who adores her. Sadly, her fight continues in 2021/2022 - Cranitomy surgery to remove 3 brain metastasis, and she bravely receives chemotherapy two weeks on, one week off for secondary (metastatic) cancer- brain tumour for the remaining tumours (Known as metastatic breast cancer, where the cancer originated - Dormant cells that didn't respond to original treatment in 2018/19, that went to her brain, back and lungs that have grown and spread). There is also full brain radiation, and several other daily health issues resulting from this diagnosis and treatment. Chemo this time has been going for 7 months and continues. So as I continue to hit the pavement and kilometres for Gold Coast Marathon 2022, I would like to again fundraise and raise awareness so that we can one day find a cure. Always in the forefront of my mind as I freely go about long runs and life, one day I hope that my beautiful friend, and the many others fighting this, will also have the ability to run and live freely again. Your donation is appreciated. ...
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$1,175 / $1,000raised
200kms in 30 Days
2021 was a challenging year for all of us, we left it behind hoping for a better 2022. However, at the beginning of the year my friend’s sister Emily was diagnosed with Stage IV Brain Cancer (EGBM). She’s 32 and a primary school teacher. Brain Cancer currently has no cure and survival rates haven’t changed in 30 years. The money that gets raised from this fundraiser goes towards increasing brain cancer survival and to improve the quality of life for people living with the disease. I hope that through these fundraisers someone can find a cure sooner than later. So far this year Emily has had the majority of a massive tumour removed, completed the ‘max of max radiation treatment’ and is just about to start round two of chemotherapy. So during the month of June I’ll be walking 200km to support my friend and to raise money for research. We never want our friends, family or colleagues (even from afar) to do things on their own. ...
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$125 / $1,000raised
Daniel
To my beloved cousin Daniel. I am still struggling to put into words how greatly saddened I was to receive the news of your passing. You were such a kind, loving, caring and selfless individual who could light up a room with just your smile. Your contageous laughter and compassionate nature were some of your many great qualities which will be forever missed. Time never felt lost when catching up with you, yet it hurts to think that our time has run out, and I cannot help but think about how many more memories we could have made. Being the eldest, you were always an inspiration to myself and the other cousins growing up, you were the big brother that none of us had. Being the oldest never made you old though, and the fact that you were taken from this world at 30 years young is such a tradegdy. I cannot begin to imagine how others who were closer to you than I was are feeling right now, and I hope those friends and family eventually find comfort in the end to your pain and you keep on living in our hearts forever. Rest in Peace my friend ❤ Daniel was diagnosed with brain cancer aged 26, and passed away at age 30. ...
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$600 / $1,000raised
In Memory of Donna-Maree Bates (Haines)
Donna was our classmate, our friend and our sister. She was the bright light in so many of our lives. Full of compassion, Donna went on to become a nurse after finishing school. This was the perfect occupation for her to spread her kindness and care that she gave so generously to so many. She brought joy and laughter to people everywhere and her friendship circle flourished. Her wisdom, humour and unconditional love and respect for people will always be remembered. She enriched the lives of those around her and made them feel special. It was a privilege to be a part of Donna’s amazing life. The wonderful memories of Donna will always be cherished. May her soul rest in peace. Please donate to help find a cure for brain cancer in honour of Donna. ...
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In memory of Donna Marie Bates (Haines)
Donna was our classmate, our friend and our sister. She was the bright light in so many of our lives. Full of compassion, Donna went on to become a nurse after finishing school. This was the perfect occupation for her to spread her kindness and care that she gave so generously to everyone in her life. She brought joy and laughter to people everywhere and her friendship circle flourished. Her wisdom, humour and unconditional love and respect for people will always be remembered. She enriched the lives of those around her and made them feel special. It was a privilege to be a part of Donna’s incredible amazing life. The wonderful memories of Donna will always be cherished. May her soul rest in peace. Please donate to help find a cure for brain cancer in honour of Donna. ...
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In memory of Donna Marie Bates (Haines)
Donna was our classmate, our friend and our sister. She was the bright light in so many of our lives. Full of compassion, Donna went on to become a nurse after finishing school. This was the perfect occupation for her to spread her kindness and care that she gave so generously to everyone in her life. She brought joy and laughter to people everywhere and her friendship circle flourished. Her wisdom, humour and unconditional love and respect for people will always be remembered. She enriched the lives of those around her and made them feel special. It was a privilege to be a part of Donna’s incredible amazing life. The wonderful memories of Donna will always be cherished. May her soul rest in peace. Please donate to help find a cure for brain cancer in honour of Donna. ...
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$530 / $3,500raised
Gizz's memory
On the 7th October 2021 by wonderful hubby lost his battle with brain cancer. He was diagnosed with a grade 3 Glioblastoma in December 2017, its hard to find the words to describe the impact his death has been on us all. After reading about the Cape to Cape trek I thought it would be a great chance to do something in Lee's memory and raise money for such a wonderful cause. We know after Lee's diagnosis our time was limited even with treatment and that at times the information we received from specialist was conflicting which lead to more uncertainty. Lee was everything to us, he was an awesome father to our 4 kids, he kept us entertained with his sense of humour and the ability to make us laugh, which he did right to the end. Having the ability to raise money to help with research with the hope of finding a cure or even the hope of improving the quality of life of someone who is being treated for brain cancer. Every bit helps!...
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$2,298.45 / $2,500raised
200km in June fundraiser for Brain Cancer research
At the beginning of this year my sister Emily was diagnosed with Stage IV Brain Cancer (EGBM). Brain Cancer currently has no cure and survival rates haven’t changed in 30 years. The money that gets raised from this fundraiser goes towards increasing brain cancer survival and to improve the quality of life for people living with the disease. I hope that through these fundraisers someone can find a cure sooner than later. So far this year Em has had the majority of a massive tumour (Helga) removed, completed the ‘max of max radiation treatment’ (technical term) and is just about to start round two of chemotherapy. So during the month of June I’ll be running 200km (maybe more) to raise money for research. As an added bonus if I hit the donation goal I’ll shave my beard off. (Okay hit this one real quick!) ...
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$1,350 / $1,000raised
In Memory of Wally
GO GREY IN MAY In memory of Greg Wilson (Wally) who unfortunately lost his fight with brain cancer in December. He fought a bloody hard, short 4 months. Our vision is to raise more awareness for Brain Cancer and get the much needed funding for more possible treatment and life expectancy. Every little bit counts, please donate. ...
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$1,295 / $1,000raised
Worst Pace Scenario
The CHQ Management Accounting Team will be taking on the challenge of the half marathon at this year’s Brisbane Marathon Festival on Sunday 5 June 2022 in order to raise funds for Cure Brain Cancer. Unfortunately several members of our team have been personally impacted by this horrible disease and approximately 1,200 Australians die from it every year. Sadly, brain cancer also kills more children in Australia than any other disease. Any donation would be greatly appreciated and will contribute vital funds towards finding a cure....
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Worst Pace Scenario
The CHQ Management Accounting Team will be taking on the challenge of the half marathon at this year’s Brisbane Marathon Festival in order to raise funds for Cure Brain Cancer. Unfortunately several members of our team have been personally impacted by this horrible disease and approximately 1,200 Australians die from it every year. Sadly, brain cancer also kills more children in Australia than any other disease. Any donation would be greatly appreciated and will contribute vital funds towards finding a cure....
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$1,330 / $1,000raised
Michael's Bridge 2 Bridge 2022
In May I will be participating in a small bike ride from Brisbane to Sydney. Departing from the Story bridge in Brisbane on the 7th of May a group of good looking cyclists including myself will be pedaling our bicycles to Sydney and arrive at the Sydney Harbour Bridge on the 14th of May. There will be some climbs and some descents with a polka dot jersey on the line for the climbing award. However most importantly, it will be a challenge with a great group of people to raise much needed funds for research into brain cancer. Any donations will be greatly appreciated. ...
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$520 / $3,000raised
Keilor Basketball Go Grey in May
Did you know that 1 person is diagnosed every 5 hours and 1 person dies every 7 hours from Brain Cancer? Brain Cancer kills more people under 40 than any other disease. In October 2012 a player of ours Olivia Carland, was diagnosed with Brain Cancer. She was seventeen. Olivia fought bravely, enduring Chemotherapy, steroids and Radiotherapy. In April 2014 Olivia sadly lost her battle with Brain cancer. A few years ago we also lost a long time member of the Keilor Basketball Association John Williams, John sadly passed away in January 2018 from his 10 month battle with Brain Cancer. John has three kids who have played in our competition and his wife Anna also contributed to our association. Money raised will go towards the Brain Cancer foundation. The Go Grey in May round will be held on the 28th and 29th of May 2021 at Keilor Basketball Stadium. We would love it if you would also attend this event. ...
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$0 / $100,000raised
'Round for Life 22 team
Join the team to raise money towards our cause. Individual goal is to raise $1000 per rider....
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$1,710 / $2,500raised
Mateusz Miszczuk Bridge to Bridge 2022
From May 7 to 14, along with a select group of riders, I will be cycling from Brisbane's Storey Bridge to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. We are riding approximately 1050km in an effort to raise funds and awareness for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. I would appreciate your support in helping to meet my fundraising goal. All donations over $2 are tax deductible. ...
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$0 / $2,000raised
Lalor Park Kookas
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$900 / $1,000raised
In Loving Memory of Ali Shahi
Ali was one of those people who sparkled. He inspired everyone he knew and lifted the energy of any room he was in. There wasn't one person he couldn't crack a smile on, and his loud contagious laugh could be heard miles away. Ali was diagnosed in 2017 at the age of 45 with a terminal stage 4 GBM. The average life expectancy was 12-14 months , but of course he never failed to amaze us and fought through the toughest of times with always a smile on his face and jokes flying out. He continued finishing work projects, supporting his soccer team, doing things he loved, and spending it with overflowing rooms of friends and family. Sadly, on the 28th April 2018, Ali passed away, but his family and friends always keep his name and spirit alive. A dedicated and caring Dad to four, loving husband, son, brother, uncle, cousin, friend, team mate taken way to soon and who will be dearly missed for eternity. Ali lived life to the fullest, worked hard and was always thinking of others even up to his last days. Today marks 3 years since we said farewell to this amazing man, In his memory lets raise money and awareness for this fantastic cause ! Lets honour him by helping others, as he would have done, so that others may live and thrive. All of Ali’s family and friends have a heavy heart but lets ensure that no one else has to endure the heartache we are feeling. Thank you all for your ongoing support and kindness xx...
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$1,460 / $500raised
Team WMP
Thank you to Westmead Private for allowing us to host this fundraiser throughout the month of May....
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$1,000 / $1,000raised
Walk for a Brain Cancer Cure
May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month. Brain Cancer is a devastating illness. Survival rates haven’t changed in 30 years. Brain Cancer kills more kids in Australia than ANY other disease. It kills more people under 40 than any other cancer. Currently there is no cure. The only way to change this is through vital research. To raise funds for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, a group of friends and I will be taking part in a 3km walk at CENTENNIAL PARK in the month of May. If you'd like to help us on this journey please show your support by making a donation. No matter how big or small, every little cent counts and together we can all make a difference🙏...
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$1,200 / $1,000raised
Matt's Bridge 2 Bridge 2022 Cycle Charity Ride
In May I am planning on riding from the Story Bridge to Sydney Harbour Bridge to raise money for Brain Cancer research. This is my second ride and 2022 marks the tenth and final year of the Bridge 2 Bridge. Any donation is greatly appreciated and is tax deductible....
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$8,074.7 / $5,000raised
Art in memory of Dad
In October 2009, my dad was diagnosed with a brain tumour. He had surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, and eventually he went into remission. In 2012, the cancer returned stronger and more aggressive. Dad was diagnosed with stage 4, Glioblastoma brain cancer. My family and I watched the most significant, strongest and smartest man in our lives deteriorate. I watched him break down on my 19th birthday because he’d forgotten and hadn’t bought me a present. Earlier this day, my mum had reminded him on several seperate occasions of the date, but due his short term memory loss he kept forgetting. I remember handing him a form and a pen which I needed him to sign. He looked down at the paper, the pen in his hand and looked up at me, eye’s welling with tears and he told me he had forgotten how to sign or write his name. My family and I watched the left side of his body weaken over time to the point he was wheelchair bound.. until he was eventually paralysed on his left side completely. I watched my mum stop working and become his sole carer and selflessly give 110% of her love and care everyday. She would often go to bed at midnight or the early hours of the morning to wake up at the crack of dawn because she wanted to keep him at home as long as possible. I’ll never forget the day, the ambulance arrived at our house to transport dad from home to palliative care. As the paramedics wheeled dad out, he took a final look at the front yard and house, he knew it would be the last time he saw the house he and my mum built together and the home they raised my brother and I. On the 17th of March 2013, my dad passed away. One day after his 49th birthday. We lost the most loving, caring, meticulous, clever man in our lives that day. Nobody should have to endure what he went through. No family or friends should ever have to watch their loved ones suffer. No mother should have to watch a child die. This is our story and the reason you’ll see these bright floral art prints across your news feed. In 2020, I created four Australian native art prints to raise funds for brain cancer research. We raised a massive $5,067 🎉 This year, I’ve created six new art prints. 100% of profits will be donated to Cure Brain Cancer foundation 💜 Let’s see if we can beat it. ...
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$10,270 / $50,000raised
Jeff Morton Goodyear Racing
In 2010, I was shocked to receive a brain cancer diagnosis. It completely changed my perspective on life. It has been a long journey from not being able to drive at all when undergoing treatment, to being able to drive competitively - and to place at the top of the podium at the TARGA High Country. Brain cancer survival rates haven't changed in over 30 years and we need to do something about it. It kills more people under 40 than any other cancer and more children than any other disease. The only thing that will change that is by raising awareness and funding research. Let's put more money into research, so we can discover the answers we need. Let's race towards a cure for brain cancer together....
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$20 / $1,000raised
In loving memory of Lisa Rothwell
Today I turn 28, but it’s not a day I want to celebrate.. In 13 days it’ll be 3 years since the passing of my mum at 52 years old.. Over a 10 month period starting when my mum and dad were on a cruise overseas as being a bit unwell turned to something that was more serious. From July the doctors tried to diagnose and it was all guessing. I spent every day at the hospital sitting with her talking and laughing and making fun of her as I Normally did while waiting for a proper diagnosis. We finally got one that absolutely crushed me. It was just before Christmas 2018 they finally discovered after many brain scans that showed nothing, one more scan had lit up with 3 large brain tumours. Mum was operated on Christmas Eve, my dad and I were there as long as we could be that night.. we went back on Christmas Day and spent a few hours with her and although hard she was her usual self, upbeat and positive and was keen to get out of the hospital and get home again. Although mum never waived in her positive mindset of getting through this everyday she got a little sicker and more tired and a little less herself. Mum never wanted to know to full extent of how bad it was so dad and I were the ones that the doctors spoke to about the seriousness and the worst tumour being on her brain stem making it inoperable.. it got harder and harder to watch as mum the bright beautiful woman that made sure anyone around her felt loved and welcomed was becoming less herself and was unable to stay awake for longer than and hour at a time and spent most of her days in bed. On May 2 2019 after being in bed for the last week unable to talk and get out of bed I sat next to her holding her hand with my dad my younger brother and mums parents around her while she took her last breathe.. there’s no words I can use to how much it hurts. It doesn’t get any easier, I wake up and it’s the first thing I think about and I’m up late every night and finally fall asleep after wearing myself down.. I find one of the hardest parts to deal with is now being a dad of a beautiful son and daughter is that she will never be able to give her love to her two beautiful grand babies. They would have been given everything and shown all the love my brothers and I felt from her growing up only more so. It’s really hard to get through some days more so than others and the only thing that really helps is my kids. They will grow up with every ounce of love from me and will grow up hearing stories of my childhood and will grow up knowing how much she would have loved them and cherished them. I try to donate what I can to try and find a cure for brain cancer in the future because the pain it causes should never be known by anyone, it’s becoming more and more common in children some not even 1. I couldn’t imagine the pain of losing a child but after watching my mum go through it I know I couldn’t survive watching my children go through it.. so I’m asking today even if it’s only a $1, please donate because one day it’ll be the reason no one will feel what I’ve felt and many more like me have. I love you mum, you’ll always be the person that I want to impress and live up to what you’ve achieved ❤️...
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Bridge2Bridge22 Doing It For SHAYNAE
Hi my name is Kyle, Inspired to do this ride by the strength and determination of my little sister Shaynae Bishop, who at the sweet and tender age of 17 sadly passed away from brain cancer in 2009. I'm doing this year's Bridge 2 Bridge to help raise research money for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation to help find a cure for this deadly disease. I believe by doing this 1000km+ ride every pedal is getting us all closer to a cure. All monies raised from Bridge2Bridge 2022 go to Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. This ride and cause is something very dear to my heart as Bridge2Bridge was originally called "Shaynae's Ride" started by my stepfather Randal Bishop in 2009 after my sister passed away. You can also help by getting behind us and supporting me on this Ride Regards Kyle...
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$1,465.1 / $1,000raised
Terry Smith 6th Annual Memorial Bowls Day
Terry was a great mate to all with a love of bowls. After losing Terry to GBM this is our 6th year of playing bowls in memory of Terry at his beloved Oxley Bowling Club. Join his family and friends for a great day of bowls and fun on the 22nd May. If you can't join us please donate to help find a cure for brain cancer....
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Join the Wernerco Australia team by raising much needed funds for Brain Cancer research. Our team is committed to the 100 squats per day challenge....
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$450 / $1,000raised
In memory of Robert Ryan
Rob lived life to the full, worked hard and was always thinking of others. A dedicated father taken way too soon from his family at the age of 49. This photo was taken 6 months before he passed away while he was on his last holiday away with his 4 children. Please donate to help improve the odds for other families living with brain cancer....
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$55 / $200raised
100 squats a day in April
I am doing the 100 squats a day challenge in April for cure brain cancer. Would love you to donate to this good cause ...
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100 squats a day in April
I am doing the 100 squats a day challenge in April for cure brain cancer. If you are able to please make a donation towards this good cause...
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4 Marathons and True Grit
Brain Cancer sucks. Ben will be running 4 consecutive marathons and Claire will be participating in her first True Grit event the following weekend with the thoughts of people who are suffering or who have suffered from the horrible disease that is Brain Cancer. Every donation big or small can make a difference and will be greatly appreciated. ...
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Tania
This is for a great cause....
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Belinda Ellis
Almost 2,000 people are diagnosed with brain cancer in Australia each year and more than 1,500 will die from the disease. Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease and more people under 40 than any other cancer. Join the Wernerco Australia team by raising much needed funds for Brain Cancer research. Our team is committed to the 100 squats per day challenge....
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$175 / $1,000raised
Werner Australia
Werner Australia 100 squats a day in April to raise awareness and fundraise for a cure for brain cancer. That's 100 squat's between all of us or feel free to do 100 yourself. Please share to raise donations. Thanks ...
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Werner Co Australia 100 team squats per day in April
Welcome to the 100 squat challenge to raise awareness and money for Curing Brain cancer It's only 100 squats per day in April between all of us. Easy! ...
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Werner Australia
Welcome to the Werner Australia team 100 squats per day in April Challenge to raise money in aide of finding a cure to brain cancer. That's only a 100 squats a day between all of us. Please feel free to send link to family and friends for donating to the cause. Thanks ...
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Cure Brain Cancer
In living memory of the one we’ve lost. ...
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In Memory of Brett Loeliger
Brett’s family would like to sincerely thank you for your kind thoughts, prayers, and donations. ...
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$2,857 / $1,000raised
Running for Kat
Having lost my beautiful wife Kat to brain cancer after a long hard fight, I have signed up to run an ultra marathon around Loch Ness in Scotland. Kat always wanted to help others despite everything that she was going through, and so I hope that by doing this I will keep her spirit alive by raising awareness and some much needed funds in the fight against brain cancer. Thanks for your support. Karl (& Kat) ...
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Kevin james hynes
Pa was diagnosed in October 2021 with a Gliblastoma grade 4 brain tumour the average life expectancy was 12-14 months, Pa had the tumour removed in November 2021 but it unfortunately returned and was on the move pretty quickly. Pa only had 6 months and passed away on the 19th of march 2022. He certainly didn’t go without a fight but the tumour was so aggressive it won the battle. Not once in the whole 6 months did pa ever complain even in his final week in hospital if ever we asked was he in pain he always responded with “i’m alright” ...
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Trek4BrainCancer Oct 2022- Tasmania
Hi guys, I am hoping this works.....
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$1,240 / $3,500raised
Team Bailey Tassie Trek
Here we are, 8 years have passed since we said farewell to a fabulous dad, son, brother, husband, uncle, cousin, work-mate and friend. Col was a fun, hard-working, adventurous soul, my rock. He'd be exceptionally proud (as I am) of his 3 sons, Phil now 34, Mike 30 and Jake 21. As I plan for this 4 day trek at Cradle Mountain Tasmania in October, I think warmly of Col, mine and Jacob's experience trekking the Inca trail to Machu Pichu 10 years ago. As Col fought his brave battle with Glioblastoma GBM Brain Cancer at Wollongong Hospital in 2013, I remember him saying that our 4 day hike in Peru was one of the best things he'd ever done. It seems a fitting tribute to him that I fundraise and train for another adventure. Please give generously if you can to raise money to beat this horrible disease as survival rates for GBM brain cancer have not improved for decades. Right, I better get training..... thank you! Roz Bailey x ...
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$190 / $250raised
100 Squats a Day in April Challenge
Hey Y'all Please donate however much you would like to this important cause. Thanks!!...
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$9,150 / $10,000raised
Karen's courage
Karen, a loving wife, mother and grandmother, was diagnosed with a terminal GBM in May 2020. This was after she'd already fought hard to recover from a major stroke and cardio attack back in 2016. Karen's unwavering positivity and courage in the face of so much adversity saw her battle the disease for two whole years when her prognosis was mere months. One of her goals was to become a grandmother and she welcomed not one, but two grandchildren into the world in that time. Karen fought as she lived, with determination, enthusiasm and an overwhelming optimism. Karen brought such joy and light into the lives of those lucky enough to know her, and her generosity was exceeded only by her thoughtfulness. Although Karen won't be here to see her important legacy, she has asked family and friends to help raise vital funds to find a cure for brain cancer so that others may live and thrive. We are very grateful for all contributions and hope that together we can help make Karen's last wish come true....
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$100 / $100,000raised
'Round For Life
Round For Life 22 is an event of cyclist riding from Toowoomba to Melbourne in September 2022. We are conducting this event in support of one of our mates Kenny Leggett, who contracted brain Cancer in 2019 and is still undergoing treatment. Our aim is to raise $100,000 of which all proceeds will be donated to the 'Cure Brain Cancer Foundation'. We would really appreciate your support in reaching our goal and to help find a cure for this terrible disease....
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$1,898.5 / $100,000raised
Round for Life
To support please head to our website here - https://curebraincancer.grassrootz.com/round-for-life-2022 ...
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Car & Motorcycle Show N Shine For Brain Cancer
The Annual Car and Motorcycle Show N Shine For Brain Cancer, taking place at the Mount Barker Oval on October the 8th. 9am till 3pm. The event will feature- -Markets -Food and drink vendors -Live Music -Entertainment -The Show N Shine And much more. Our goal is to raise $15,000 for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation! ...
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Trek4BrainCancer - Tasmania - DMATB October 2022
Each year about 1,700 Australians are diagnosed with brain cancer, but there’s a survival rate of just 22 per cent. As one of those 1,700 Australians me and my team are committed to raising awareness and helping to raise funds for this devastating disease. We will be hiking 26km over three days with likeminded people as part of the Trek4BrainCancer campaign and the Cure Brain Cancer Australia foundation. We are aiming to raise $30,000 for new treatments and research. As brain cancer is one of the lowest funded cancers in Australia every donation counts. 100% of your donation will go directly to new research in order to increase the low survival rate and give hope to the thousands of Australia's fighting brain cancer and all those affected by it. Help us to smash our goals and start changing the narrative on brain cancer. ...
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$75,201 / $30,000raised
Trek4BrainCancer - Tasmania - DMATB OCT
Around 1,700 people are diagnosed with brain cancer in Australia every year and approximately 1,200 die from the disease annually. One of our group members, Massimo, was diagnosed with Stage IV terminal brain cancer in March 2019. Three years on, and after a courageous battle, Massimo is now incredibly cancer free and is stronger than he’s ever been. However, with a survival rate of just 22%, brain cancer kills more people under 40 than any other cancer - a statistic that has hardly changed in the last 30 years despite significant increases in survival for Australians diagnosed with other types of cancer. To help change the narrative on brain cancer and to raise funds for some much needed treatments and research, four of us will be embarking on a three-day hike in Tasmania in October as part of the Trek4BrainCancer campaign and the Cure Brain Cancer Australia foundation. Every cent of your donation will go directly towards the effort of increasing the survival rate and giving hope to those Australian’s fighting brain cancer and all those affected by it. We’ll also be hosting a fundraising trivia night on a yet-to-be-determined date in June, so be sure to keep an ear out for more information and to sharpen those trivia minds in the meantime! Massimo Baroni Elizabeth Salvagio Domenic Trimboli Anthony Trimboli...
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Trek4BrainCancer - Tasmania - DMATB
Each year about 1,700 Australians are diagnosed with brain cancer, but there’s a survival rate of just 22 per cent. As one of those 1,700 Australians me and my team are committed to raising awareness and helping to raise funds for this devastating disease. We will be hiking 26km over three days with likeminded people as part of the Trek4BrainCancer campaign and the Cure Brain Cancer Australia foundation. We are aiming to raise $30,000 for new treatments and research. As brain cancer is one of the lowest funded cancers in Australia every donation counts. 100% of your donation will go directly to new research in order to increase the low survival rate and give hope to the thousands of Australia's fighting brain cancer and all those affected by it. Help us to smash our goals and start changing the narrative on brain cancer. ...
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Trek4BrainCancer - Tasmania - DMATB
Each year about 1,700 Australians are diagnosed with brain cancer, but there’s a survival rate of just 22 per cent. As one of those 1,700 Australians me and my team are committed to raising awareness and helping to raise funds for this devastating disease. We will be hiking 26km over three days with likeminded people as part of the Trek4BrainCancer campaign and the Cure Brain Cancer Australia foundation. We are aiming to raise $30,000 for new treatments and research. As brain cancer is one of the lowest funded cancers in Australia every donation counts. 100% of your donation will go directly to new research in order to increase the low survival rate and give hope to the thousands of Australia's fighting brain cancer and all those affected by it. Help us to smash our goals and start changing the narrative on brain cancer. ...
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Trek4BrainCancer - Tasmania - DMATB
Each year about 1,700 Australians are diagnosed with brain cancer, but there’s a survival rate of just 22 per cent. As one of those 1,700 Australians me and my team are committed to raising awareness and helping to raise funds for this devastating disease. We will be hiking 26km over three days with likeminded people as part of the Trek4BrainCancer campaign and the Cure Brain Cancer Australia foundation. We are aiming to raise $30,000 for new treatments and research. As brain cancer is one of the lowest funded cancers in Australia every donation counts. 100% of your donation will go directly to new research in order to increase the low survival rate and give hope to the thousands of Australia's fighting brain cancer and all those affected by it. Help us to smash our goals and start changing the narrative on brain cancer. ...
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Treak4BrainCancer - Tasmania - DMATB
Each year about 1,700 Australians are diagnosed with brain cancer, but there’s a survival rate of just 22 per cent. As one of those 1,700 Australians me and my team are committed to raising awareness and helping to raise funds for this devastating disease. We will be hiking 26km over three days with likeminded people as part of the Trek4BrainCancer campaign and the Cure Brain Cancer Australia foundation. We are aiming to raise $30,000 for new treatments and research. As brain cancer is one of the lowest funded cancers in Australia every donation counts. 100% of your donation will go directly to new research in order to increase the low survival rate and give hope to the thousands of Australia's fighting brain cancer and all those affected by it. Help us to smash our goals and start changing the narrative on brain cancer. ...
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massbaroni@gmail.com
Hey Guys, Here is a team page....
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massbaroni@gmail.com
Lets get this bread...
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$1,160 / $1,000raised
Mother's Day Gift Hamper Raffle 2022
This year Simply Bubs Nappy Cake Creations is proudly raising money for 'Cure Brain Cancer Foundation' with all money raised from raffle ticket sales from our Annual Mother's Day Gift Hamper Raffle 2022. Why we chose 'Cure Brain Cancer Foundation' as this years fundraiser? Brain cancer is close to our hearts with two family members passing away after their fight with brain cancer and another family member recently being diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5 We are hoping to have a few Gift Hampers together for your chance to win thanks to the generous donations of other local small businesses. Please contact us via our Facebook or Instagram pages to purchase raffle tickets and so we can send through photos of your tickets to you once paid. Once we reach our fundraising target we will draw the winners in a live video on our page. Anyone in Australia is able to purchase raffle tickets but please note if you are one of the winners you will need to pay for postage/delivery otherwise pickup is from Cranbourne or Ferntree Gully Victoria addresses All money raised from ticket sales is being donated directly into this Fundraiser Thank you for reading and thank you for donating to our Fundraiser. Goodluck Melissa Owner/creator Simply Bubs Nappy Cake Creations ...
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Blood Sweat & Beers are conquering Margaret River Rapid Ascent-Ultra Marathon
This is us Blood Sweat & Beers and together we are just a group of enthusiasts who made a pinky promise to run our very first 80km Margaret River Rapid Ascent-Ultra Marathon in May 2022. Brain cancer research doesn’t get the funds it needs to help make a difference to those who truly need it. Help us raise funds to support further research and change the way we fight brain cancer. Your support to this worthy cause will certainly put more fuel in our tanks and provide that extra motivation we all need at times. Any money you can give no matter how large or small will be sincerely appreciated, and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. Love Blood Sweat & Beers xxx...
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$2,100 / $500raised
Blood Sweat & Beers
This is us Blood Sweat & Beers and together we are just a group of enthusiasts who made a pinky promise to run our very first 80km Margaret River Rapid Ascent-Ultra Marathon in May 2022. Brain cancer research doesn’t get the funds it needs to help make a difference to those who truly need it. Help us raise funds to support further research and change the way we fight brain cancer. Your support to this worthy cause will certainly put more fuel in our tanks and provide that extra motivation we all need at times. Any money you can give no matter how large or small will be sincerely appreciated, and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. Love Blood Sweat & Beers xxx ...
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$175 / $1,000raised
Jason Lynch
Jase was a dedicated husband to Louise and father to his two beautiful girls. His long fight with Brain Cancer ended on the 7th March 2022, at the age of 42. In his loving memory I have created a place for those who wish to donate to A Cure for Brain Caner in his name, can do so. Nothing was too much to ask of Jason. He would help his friends and family whenever they needed help and stayed so strong up until his last breathe, more concerned about his family and puppy than anything else. In his memory lets raise money for this fantastic cause! Lets honour him by helping others, as he would have done if his life had not been cut short! Thank you....
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$4,565 / $4,000raised
Kat's Trek4Brain Cancer 2022
Hi there, Let me introduce myself - my name's Kat, I'm 24 years old, from Sydney's sunny North Shore!  As a result of having been diagnosed with a GBM Tumor in April 2014, this October I will be taking part in the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation's Trek4Brain Cancer - raising vital funds for the crucial research that will most rapidly improve survival for Brain Cancer patients.  Many people don't know that brain cancer kills more children than any other disease in Australia. It also kills more people under 40 in Australia than any other cancer. Yet very little is known about the disease itself, its causes, or how to treat it. I am one of the lucky ones. Over the last 30 years, the 5-year survival rate for Brain Cancer has only gone from 21.2% in 1986 to 22.3% in present day. Whilst the 5-year survival rate for breast cancer has gone from 72% to over 90%.  Personally, I did not know anything about Brain Cancer until my diagnosis in 2014, when I had a seizure whilst at school studying for my HSC. At that point, my biggest concerns were the hottest events on the social calendar and the countdown to finishing high school. And then I woke up in hospital... Turns out I had a tumor the size of an avocado residing in my brain. The next 2 years consisted of Surgery, Radio, and Chemotherapy as well as recovery from the paralysis on my left side as a result of the surgery. My tumor, as Dr Charlie Teo described, was in an ‘eloquent’ part of my brain controlling my motor skills on my left side. Every day was a challenge. The worry of my diagnosis and the frustration of no longer being able to do the things I took for granted. I couldn't walk, eat, dress, or bathe by myself. I was angry. I was hurt. I was scared.   I am now 8 years post-surgery and diagnosis. Unfortunately, with this type of cancer, you are not considered in 'remission' until you hit the 10 year mark. Over the years, the hospital visits, MRI’s, and blood tests have become my friend and my foe. Whilst I remain cancer free, due to the paralysis and learning to walk again, I have a lot of chronic pain. It's something that I will be managing for the rest of my life. Keeping fit and active, together with Physiotherapy and Osteopathy, can help but can also be very costly. This experience has inspired me to do what I can, no matter how small, to help and give hope to those that are facing this disease. Which is why, I implore you to donate what you can. Every cent that can go towards brain cancer research is a step forward in the vital research to save the lives of those battling this disease. ...
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$10,601.77 / $5,000raised
No Excuses
Rack Off Records and SHOVE are stoked to present No Excuses, a gig celebrating music and mates to raise money for the Cure Brain Cancer foundation in honor of Nathan Ashworth who passed last October from stage four glioblastoma. Featuring live music from Power Supply, Swab, Shove, Future Suck, Phil and The Tiles, Skid City and Silva, we’re set to kick it from the arvo into the evening at the Thornbury Bowls Club on Sunday 24 April (ANZAC Day eve) and wanna try and raise as much cash for the foundation as possible. With food from Maq and Jack (Hope St Radio) it’s set to be an unreal day with a bunch of merch on offer designed by Spider X Death as well. All ticket sales go directly to Cure Brain Cancer with the option of additional donation available at check-out. Why No Excuses? The madman he was, Nath was still riding 200+km/week on the bike whilst going through radiation and chemo, always saying there were no excuses. NO EXCUSES POWER SUPPLY SWAB SHOVE FUTURE SUCK PHIL & THE TILES SKID CITY SILVA WITH MC HOT TUBS TIME MACHINE DOORS 4-10pm SUN 24 APRIL...
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Drop It Like A Squat
Brain Cancer effects more and more Australian Children and adults every year. This year my family and I are joining together to complete the squat challenge. Help support this cause as we squat for brain cancer! ...
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$2,320 / $1,500raised
Bridge to Bridge Cycle Charity Ride - 2022
In 2022, a very select group of riders are to cycle over 1000 kilometres from Brisbane to Sydney. ​Money raised from the event will be donated towards advancing brain tumour treatments and research. ​Our charity for the 2022 ride is Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. The week long ride will highlight Brain Cancer Action Week and commence in early May. ​The cyclists will be dropping into schools and councils during the ride to spread the word about the work being done in helping people who are affected by these terrible brain cancers. My Mother, Michelle passed in 2018 after her battle with Brain Cancer and I'm completing this ride in her memory. ...
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$500 / $1,000raised
Riding For Shaynae
In April 2009 Shaynae was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Within three months it had taken her life. She was a beautiful young lady who had the world at her feet only to have her life cut short in such a horrible way. She didn't want to see other people go through what she was experiencing so with her wishes I have endeavored to raise much needed money to fund research to discover a cure for all brain cancers. My Bridge 2 Bridge ride is in memory for my beautiful daughter, Shaynae....
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$2,101 / $5,000raised
QLD team – Karen Woodgate
Hi everyone, jump on board and raise money to help Cure Brain Cancer Foundation!!...
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$1,623 / $6,300raised
Vicki Leanne Cuthbert
Vicki Leanne Cuthbert (nee Hansen) December 8, 1958 - March 7, 2022 Vicki, beloved wife of Bill, much-loved Mum of Daniel, Angela and Rebecca, Mother-in-law to Kristy, devoted Nan of Byron, Lochlan, Luka, Tyler and Koda, sadly passed away at 63 years young. Vicki was diagnosed with an inoperable and incurable Grade 4 Glioblastoma on Saturday September 16, 2021 and battled bravely for 173 days, surrounded every day by her family and friends. Vicki, Freddy, Mum, Nan, Auntie, Mate. No matter how you knew her, we would all agree that Vicki lived life with zest, selfless and full of love for everyone around her, with an ability to see the beauty in everything and with eternal optimism. As sad as Vicki was to leave this world behind, from the day she was diagnosed she immediately thought of everyone but herself. True to form, she was thinking of all of the young people diagnosed with GBM and how they hadn't had a chance to live a full life, at least she had had that, she said. Vicki loved to garden and especially loved her flowers, however, requested people refrain from sending flowers, instead that they make a donation, no matter how small, to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. Our family would like to express our deep gratitude and sincere thanks for any donation you can make. ...
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$2,360 / $1,500raised
Bridge to Bridge Cycle Charity Ride X - 2022
Please help me raise $1500 to support Brian Cancer research. As part of the 10th and final Bridge to Bridge I am supporting my old school bunji - Randal Bishop who lost Shaynae his only child to brain cancer in 2009 and started this fund raising ride. We will be riding a 1050km over 8 days from Brisbane's Story Bridge to Sydney Harbour Bridge from the 7th to 14th May 2022. Initially slated for 2020 the ride was put off for 2 years due to the Covid pandemic. It would have been hard ride for me back then, but a lot harder now after too much lounging, but it will be nowhere near as hard a ride as the one a brain cancer sufferer, their family and friends are on. Web site - http://www.bridgetobridge.org/ A huge thank you to the people who donated to sponsor me in 2020 when the ride was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately the new internet site seems to have lost the past donations for this event - $200.00 from Kate and Scott, Hardt Transport Good Jog Michael and crew - Thanks Scott & Kate $50.00 from Dee Bridges are important, saves getting the Lycra wet. - Thanks Deonnie Brogan $100.00 from Number 1 Wife Keep the wheels turning Mickey. - Thanks Barbara...
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$720 / $2,000raised
Greg's Bridge2Bridge
After 2 years absent due to Covid restrictions the last Bridge2Bridge is on, Saturday 7 May starting Brisbane story Bridge down the New England Hwy finishing Saturday 14 May Sydney Harbor Bridge 1050KM. This ride is for Marc my Nephew who was diagnosed with Brain tumor 1999 First operation 2005 second and last operation he can have 2014 by Charlie Teo neurosurgeon. Marc is going well and still quiet active with no changes since the last operation. Any donation would be appreciated Thank you ...
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