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Walk4BrainCancer and join the movement!

We need YOU to stand with the brain cancer community again to find a cure, fast! We're going VIRTUAL this year so that we can walk together in solidarity against this awful disease.

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2020 Goal

$ 1,000,000

How you can still participate in 2020, virtually!

This year, walkers all over Australia will be participating in Walk4BrainCancer, in their own backyard! Whether you’re pounding the treadmill at home, or doing laps around the block with your family and friends, you can still take part and raise vital funds for brain cancer research.

Getting involved is easy!

How it works

Step 1: Sign up

Sign up, choose your challenge and join our movement to find a cure for brain cancer.

Step 2: Share

Share your walk and spread the word to raise funds for brain cancer research.

Step 3: Walk

Join us on September 27th for a virtual walk, wherever you are!

How your Walk4BrainCancer fundraising helps find a cure faster

Now, more than ever, we need your support to help fund ground-breaking research and move us closer to a cure.

Brain cancer doesn’t stop so neither can we. We need our first ever Virtual Walk4BrainCancer to raise $1 million, and with your help, it will. Since 2013, Walk4BrainCancer has helped to raise almost $21 million for world-class research, including $8 million for projects to help kids with brain cancer. It’s helped fund 53 game-changing research projects, supported Australia’s best scientists and clinicians, and taken brain cancer from a forgotten disease to a national health priority. Every step you walk will help move us closer to a cure. So what are you waiting for?

Get your FREE 2020 Walk4BrainCancer t-shirt when you raise $150 or more!

This year we are giving away a free Walk4BrainCancer tee with every registration for people that fundraise over $150. So we can all unite in a sea of purple, on the day – where ever you may be.

Walk4BrainCancer 2020 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

Why Cass is Walking4BrainCancer

Walk4BrainCancer 2020 participant, Cass Bennett, shared her story with us last week, and it has truly touched our hearts. This is ...

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Jane Akhurst - A Walk4BrainCancer warrior

Jane has been an inspiration, raising over $180,000 for brain cancer research since her diagnosis in 2014.

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Walk with brain cancer survivor Baxter

Brain cancer survivor Baxter Hutchinson and his friends at Minderoo Foundation will be joining thousands of Australians for #Walk4 ...

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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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Why Charlene's Walking4BrainCancer

When Charlene takes to her feet on Sunday 27 September, she'll be walking for her little daughter, Kalani.

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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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