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Do something no one has ever done before in support of life-changing breast cancer research.
Join the movement. Feel great while taking action towards zero deaths from breast cancer.
Become a Zero Hero and help make zero deaths from breast cancer a reality.
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Michael swam across Darwin Harbour in memory of his sister Susan.
“I was more worried about the weather than the crocodiles.”
Alan will be hiking the iconic Bibbulmun Track covering 1,005km in memory of his mum.
“Our adventure will definitely have its challenges, and it will not be easy, but nothing compared to what my mum had to face whilst going through breast cancer.”
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Complete 10,000 steps a day
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Complete 57 squats a day throughout March and raise funds for research.
Jessica walked a huge 30km from Swansea to Newcastle and raised over $1300 for world-class breast cancer research in hope that one day families won't have to watch their mum, dad, sister, brother, daughter, son or someone they love suffer.
Mandy set herself an incredible goal: to complete a 10km run before her final day of breast cancer treatment. Mandy smashed her run and believes if she could achieve that goal, she can overcome any challenges life throws her way.
“Having lost my grandmother, aunties and friends to breast cancer I really wanted to create an event that was a little different and inspire the local community to participate. Every year we host the SIC Maui Paddle in Pink event which sees people take to the water in anything that floats, dressed in pink to help raise vital funds for breast cancer research”
Chris created his very own annual event in 2020 called the 'Tasman Lions Walk White Beach for Breast Cancer'; a 5km beach walk with members of the local community to raise vital funds for breast cancer research.
Emma organised the 'Breast Comp Ever', a women's only surfing competition in QLD to raise funds for breast cancer research. It involved a day of surfing, a head shave and bake sales leading to the team raising an incredible $35k for NBCF.
Kirk set out to complete a 30km grade 5 coastal hike in support of NBCF. However, Kirk last minute decided to up the ante and doubled his challenge by completing an outstanding 60km hike over just 1 day (half the estimated time to complete the hike).
Nick set himself a truly extraordinary challenge; to climb the equivalent of Mount Everest (8,848m) by running up and down the steepest street in Sydney. This meant running up the street 145 times, equating to close to 18km of elevation change and almost 100km total distance.
A huge thank you to Manly Warringah District Cricket Club women’s team who organised a pink fundraising day at the oval to raise money for NBCF. Involving a bake sale, 'get pinked' stations and wearing a touch of pink on the day, the girls raised an amazing $3000 for life-saving breast cancer research.
The Port Pirie Softball Association (PPSA) hosted a Pink Round at Leonard Park raising around $3,500 for breast cancer research. The day was a great community initiative embraced by players, supporters and local businesses - "We don't think there are many people out there who have not been affected by cancer one way or another...so we encourage everyone to rally together to show a bit of support."
Canberra Grammar School Water Polo held its inaugural Pink Round to raise funds and awareness for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The student led initiative saw teams wear custom pink swimmers and caps, along with a running a BBQ and Bakesale. The days saw both the CGS Community and wider ACT Water Polo community come together in raising a huge $5342 for NBCF.
From 20-29th September, Chris will be walking from his his home to each of the 10 major hospitals across Melbourne - this equates to an outstanding 212km over 10 days. Why? To support his daughter Ellise who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017 and is almost 5 years clear. Chris hopes to raise an incredible $10,000 for world-class breast cancer research.