Veteran journalist, Mark Stevens was diagnosed with bowel Cancer in 2021, aged 50 after experiencing symptoms.

In memory of her dad, Katie chose to cut her lockdown locks to raise funds and awareness for Bowel Cancer Australia.
"In late February this year, my beautiful dad Paul, was admitted to hospital. He was told by the oncologist that he had 3-6 months to live. We lost him five days later to an aggressive form of bowel cancer. 

"Nick Blight was diagnosed with bowel cancer in September 2020, a couple of months after his son Riley's first birthday. Sadly, after a brave 8-month battle, Nick passed away in May 2021 just days after his 35th birthday.

That’s when the Old Scotch Cricket Association stepped in. 

"In September 2021 I ran 10km in the Blackmores Sydney (Virtual) Running Festival to raise funds for Bowel Cancer Australia, in memory of my Dad, Tony.  

Dad was one of the fittest people I knew, he loved to run, and I did this for him!  

“Everyone has shown me and my family so much love and support, we wanted to give back in some small way.” ~ Jessie.
Diagnosed with advanced bowel cancer just over one month ago at the age of 35, Jessie Disalvo has been generously designing hats to raise funds for Bowel Cancer Australia.

Raising funds and awareness for Bowel Cancer Australia in memory of his father, Jamie chose to grow a beard and organised an event in his hometown of Whyalla.

Nyree, our daughter, was a fun loving and happy person who loved dressing up, especially for the children where she worked at Kaurna Plains Children's Centre.

Better That makes shopping better by giving back to good causes with every purchase and the best part is you get to choose who – including Bowel Cancer Australia!

Former Australian Golfer and now media personality Mark Allen wants to use his profile to help Bowel Cancer Australia raise awareness for Australia’s second deadliest cancer.