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Join Walk4BrainCancer & help find a cure

Be part of a national movement of thousands coming together to raise vital funds and awareness to help find a cure, fast.

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How your Walk4BrainCancer fundraising helps find a cure faster

Thanks to thousands of dedicated walkers, fundraisers, sponsors and passionate members of the brain cancer community, Walk4BrainCancer is enabling record levels of brain cancer research. We’re funding projects across Australia and overseas and bringing ground-breaking clinical trials to Australia.

In the last two years, with the help of Walk4BrainCancer, Cure Brain Cancer Foundation has committed and invested $5.35 million to 16 new research projects as part of our commitment to the Australian Brain Cancer Mission.

Help us reach our goal

Raised

$ 748.521

2019 Goal

$ 1.500.000

Upcoming Walks

Choose your home state and then select a walk close to you

Brisbane
27 Oct "19

Walk4BrainCancer Brisbane

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Bowral
27 Oct "19

Walk4BrainCancer Bowral

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Cooper’s Walk 4 Brain Cancer
2 Nov "19

Cooper’s Walk 4 Brain Cancer

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Centennial Park
3 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Centennial Park

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Lennox Head to Ballina
3 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Lennox Head to Ballina

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Tasmania
3 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Tasmania

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Perth
10 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Perth

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Wollongong
10 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Wollongong

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Esperance
10 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Esperance

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Canberra
10 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Canberra

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Adelaide
17 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Adelaide

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Parramatta
17 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Parramatta

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Melbourne
24 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Melbourne

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Mt. Martha
24 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Mt. Martha

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Port Augusta
24 Nov "19

Walk4BrainCancer Port Augusta

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Walk4BrainCancer 2019 Leaderboard

The funds raised by these passionate Walk4BrainCancer participants, and so many others, help us continue to fund record levels of world-class brain cancer research, advocacy and awareness, and ultimately, help find a cure faster. Thank you!

Walk4BrainCancer News, Stories & Updates

How Walk4BrainCancer Bowral Began

In 2017, Lucinda O'Brien hosted her first Walk4BrainCancer in her home town of Bowral. Here she shares her tips for those thinking ...

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Jane Akhurst - A Walk4BrainCancer warrior

Jane has been an inspiration, raising over $150,000 for brain cancer research since her diagnosis in 2014.

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Join Kate and 12,000 other Australians at Walk4BrainCancer 2019

Local legend and Wollongong Kate Mitrovski on why she's part of the brain cancer movement.

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Kieran's Walk4BrainCancer marches on

Kieran's close call with a brain tumour inspired the 18-year-old to organise the first Walk4BrainCancer in Ipswich to raise funds ...

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The Walk4BrainCancer Manly story

Bec Lucas founded Walk4BrainCancer Manly after her Dad Tony died from brain cancer and now helps fund brain cancer research, advoc ...

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Johnny Ruffo

“Until I was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2017, I had no idea brain cancer kills more Aussie kids than any disease, and more young people under 40 than any other cancer. Walk4BrainCancer is so important in raising the funds and awareness we need to rapidly change those shocking stats.” – Johnny Ruffo, brain cancer survivor

Tracey Gollan

“This experience has changed me. Dad was always one for always helping others and he would be as proud as punch that his legacy lives on through Walk4BrainCancer. 💜” – Tracey Gollan, Walk4BrainCancer Ambassador

Kate

“I truly believe that together, hand in hand, we can all make a difference. Please join me in this important initiative that is very close to my heart & the hearts of many, including my wonderful family. Your support will be very heart felt and greatly appreciated.” – Kate Mitrovski, Walk4BrainCancer Ambassador

Candice Wyatt

“Events like Walk4BrainCancer are so important. Not only do they raise awareness, they also help fund the vital research that will change those awful statistics. It’s too late for the people we’ve lost, but we owe it to the ones who will come after them.” – Candice Wyatt, Ten News

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