Tagged: #Making A Difference

04
Sep
2017

"I’d always loved running and wanted to fulfill the achievement of running a half marathon".

"Although the idea of finishing Run Melbourne’s half marathon would be an unbelievable achievement after my mum was diagnosed with bowel cancer I strived for a new goal, to not only finish the 21km but raise as much money as possible for this amazing cause to not only help my mum in her fight but for the thousands of others fighting also".

"I managed to not only finish the half marathon but also raise $3,840 to Bowel Cancer Australia due to my amazing family, friends and generous people around me in which I’d like to thank greatly" said Gemma.

Big thank you to Gemma on completing the half marathon and doing an amazing job fundraising. Well done, you should be so proud! 

 

11
Aug
2017

When my wife (pictured) was diagnosed with Bowel Cancer in June this year, our previously calm and controlled world stopped momentarily. After we gathered our thoughts and prepared Michelle for her treatment, I recalled what a great man in Neale Daniher (MND sufferer) told me: Be a doer, not a thinker….be a giver, not a taker!

30
Jun
2017
Your support means a lot to us, so we wanted to let you know that there is another great opportunity to continue to make a difference by competing for the Sun-Herald City2Surf presented by Westpac. 

As a charity that is proudly 100% community funded, your fundraising efforts make a real difference in helping Bowel Cancer Australia to be the leading community-funded charity dedicated to prevention, early diagnosis, research, quality treatment and care for everyone affected by bowel cancer.

The Sun-Herald City2Surf presented by Westpac is not just Sydney’s favourite sporting event; it is the world’s largest run!
Published in Latest News
28
Apr
2017
Brigid and Greg have opened an outdoor gear shop called Footprints Gear in Alstonville with profits from the shop going to charities close to their hearts.
 
Greg's mother passed away from bowel cancer and in 2012 Brigid was diagnosed with bowel cancer which is why they have chosen profits from the shop to go to bowel cancer research. 
Published in Company Supporters
18
Apr
2017
In loving tribute to Jodi Harrison (photographed below), Want X is giving back to the community by donating part of the proceeds of its Rosanna Arkle Peaches Collection to Bowel Cancer Australia.

Want X is the brainchild of Gold Coast’s own Libby and Andrew Want. Want X was created to fill a gap in the current young adult jewellery market & to create awareness at the same time.
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