“Hi – I’m Rachel, one of the WALK support crew for 2023. Are you ready to step forward to take on our 10-day virtual walking challenge – and play your part in the search for cancer cures?
“Walk to Fight Cancer is the perfect opportunity to get in great shape, have fun with your mates and enjoy the great outdoors – all in support of a fantastic cause.
“So why not be part of a very special experience this October? We’ll be there to support you with your fundraising and training – and to cheer you along too!”
– Rachel, your fundraising coach
across 3 distances
- Avg. 5km a day
- 45 – 60mins per day
- Avg. 7.5km a day
- 1 – 1.5hrs per day
- Avg. 10km a day
- 2hrs+ per day
…Or you can choose your own
Earn your rewards
A handy bag, a medal and a premium shirt as your fundraising total grows
Virtual badges and social shout-outs as you count up the kms
Plus if you go that much further and raise $2,500 or more for Peter Mac, you’ll be recognised as an official WALK ambassador and we’ll add a special flash to your fundraising page to celebrate your achievement.
Take part as a team
With mates / family
Challenge fundraisers are always more fun together, and an extra dose of camaraderie is always a bonus. Why not walk as a team with your mates and / or family members and support each other with your fundraising and your training?
With work colleagues
How about rallying your workmates to come together in support of a great cause? Plus, if your company is up for match-funding your team’s fundraising efforts, you could double the contribution you make to cancer research at Peter Mac.
“Taking part in Walk to Fight Cancer is my chance to give back.“
“I’ve been taking part in Peter Mac’s challenge fundraisers since 2019, and I’m proud to say that my team, Walking for a Cure, has raised over $xx,000 in that time to help fund cancer research at Peter Mac.
“As well as being a great opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air and exercise, taking part in this event is also my chance to give back. I owe my life to the advances that have been made in cancer treatment over recent years – in fact I was successfully treated for the same cancer (prostate) that took my father Roger from us at the age of only 55.
“I wholeheartedly encourage you to join me and the rest of the supporter community to Walk to Fight Cancer in October – it’s an inspiring and uplifting experience!”
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