- Deanne Carter
This Trek is something I’ve always dreamed of doing & with cancer touching the
lives of so many, the thought of combining the two emerged and Trekking for a Cure was born!
I’m thrilled to be joined by amazing like-minded friends & while the trek will be a huge challenge, it will definitely be a rewarding one.
- Libby Hogan
After my family was touched by cancer I quickly became an avid supporter of the Cancer Council.
By undertaking this challenge my aim is to contribute that little bit more toward the fight against Cancer and help to perpetuate the idea of hope for one day
finding a cure.
- Emily Burgess
I dedicate this trek to my
Ma, cancer took her from us in 2012.
Raising money for the Cancer Council is a way to remember her & help fund research so others don't have to lose family & friends like we all have.
With the added bonus of experiencing beautiful China!!
- Kris Hickson
Doing this trek means that I can achieve two life changing things - walk the Great Wall & experience China, somewhere I've never been.
Plus raise money for the Cancer Council; an organisation I strongly support, and will continue to support in the future
- Sarah Jones
I'm a mum, a daughter, a sister, a wife and friend.
I'm doing Trekking For a Cure because it might help someone I'm connected to directly or by six degrees, in my home, my town or the world.
- Alison Burgess
I am doing the trek for my
Ma who was taken by
cancer in 2012.
By participating in the trek I am doing my bit to help raise much needed money for cancer research.
- Jo Gorring
Doing this trek means that I can see a part of the world I have always wanted to see.
At the same time, I am also doing my bit to help raise much needed money for cancer research.
- Lisa Frow
My mum had breast cancer when I young (so was she) and I can't remember my pop who died of lung cancer when I was just a little kid.
I want to do my part to contribute in defeating this disease and because I'm not a scientist, the best thing I can do is fundraise!
- Glenn Frow
I'm a father and grandfather, and I love football. Any kind! And I'm a Parramatta Eels supporter!
I'm doing the trek because my family has been affected by cancer. My wife had breast cancer and my father-in-law passed away from lung cancer. I believe we need to continue to raise funds to solve the problem of cancer.
- Iona Beauly