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'I want my life to be about what I did with cancer, not what cancer did to me'. Stand with Jess and read her story about why she's ...
Read why Matt is Walking for his daughter Paige, on Sunday 26 September.
Jane has been an inspiration, raising over $180,000 for brain cancer research since her diagnosis in 2014.
“I want research done. I want a cure. I don’t want anybody else to go through this. That's my motivation.”
When Charlene takes to her feet on Sunday 27 September, she'll be walking for her little daughter, Kalani.
“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
“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
“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
“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