The people you're helping

Susan Millard

My name’s Susan, as a breast cancer patient. I wanted to take this opportunity to share the significance and impact of your Fun Run and the funds you’ll be able to raise. I don’t think many people would have a better view of just how much you help, than me.

I married my wife Annette at the end of Feb 2021. We didn’t fully appreciate until the next lockdown how lucky we were to pull off a party of almost 80 people—with dancing—on our COVID-delayed special day.

But I had no idea what was still coming…


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Margaret and Aisling

Aisling and Margaret were busy raising kids and preparing to launch their own business when their lives were turned upside-down.

In what is thought to be a “very bad coincidence”, both were diagnosed with breast cancer just six weeks apart.

The incredibly close sisters, were shocked when Margaret was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2020.

Not long after, Aisling was also diagnosed with breast cancer after an ultrasound revealed a tumour.

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Simon Lunn

Tragically, breast cancer took the life of my wife Meegan, which as you can imagine, was devastating for both me and my children.

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Will you support the 54 women* who are diagnosed with breast cancer everyday?


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*Cancer Australia, 2021