Bianca Szkuta

My 57 Squat Challenge for breast cancer research

57 Australians will be diagnosed with breast cancer today and a further 9 will lose their life. On December 10, 2023 I was one of those 57 people. I hope to never be one of the 9.

We never think it’ll be us, especially at the ripe old age of 37, but here I am, battling the disease. I feel so fortunate to be able to tackle this head on with an amazing team of Drs fully equipped with treatments that have been developed because of ongoing research. As a researcher myself, I know how important it is to secure funding so that research like this can continue into the future.

I want to make a difference to the lives of those 57 Australians impacted by the disease - that is why this March I am taking on the 57 Squat Challenge to raise vital funds for world-class breast cancer research. In fact, I’m doing 114 squats a day, because why not.

Please support my squat challenge to save lives and make a difference. Every donation, big or small, will get me closer to reaching my goal and helping the National Breast Cancer Foundation end deaths from breast cancer.

My Achievements

My Pledge For Breast Cancer Research

Shared My Page

Added My Profile Pic

Got My First Donation

Raised $57 For Breast Cancer Research

Raised $250 For Breast Cancer Research

Halfway to My Fundraising Goal

Reached My Fundraising Target

Logged My First 57 Squats

Halfway to My Squat Goal

Reached My Squat Goal

Thank you to my Sponsors

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Marg And Chris

Great job, go girl.

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I'm doing 3534 squats this March for the 57 Australians diagnosed with breast cancer every day.