Registrations are now open for The Kids' Cancer Project's 'The Better Challenge' fundraiser program.
Held throughout the month of September (Childhood Cancer Awareness Month), The Better Challenge is an opportunity to help create a 'better' life for kids with cancer and also 'better' your own health and wellbeing.
90 children are diagnosed with cancer every month in Australia and by participating in The Better Challenge, you will run, walk or roll 90km and help raise vital funds for cancer treatments that are kinder, gentler, and more effective.
You will have the entire month of September to complete this target and can register as an individual or as part of a team and 90km over 30 days is much easier than you might think!
Best of all, it is FREE to register and there is no minimum amount you need to raise - simply raise as much as you can! There are also some fun prizes to be won!
It's easy to register - head to www.betterchallenge.org.au and complete the online form.
Then invite your family, friends and colleagues to join your team or donate. From 1 September, it's time to get out and about and run, walk or roll 90km. Regardless of how you choose to complete your 90kms, each step and dollar raised will help The Kids' Cancer Project find better treatments for kids with cancer.
Who will you complete The Better Challenge for? You can sign up now at www.betterchallenge.org.au and start your fundraising. To sign up as a team, please see: www.betterchallenge.org.au/workplaces. If you prefer to donate to a friend, team or the campaign, please see www.betterchallenge.org.au/donate.
If you prefer to donate to a friend, team or the campaign, please see www.betterchallenge.org.au/donate.
About The Kids' Cancer Project
The Kids' Cancer Project is an independent national charity supporting childhood cancer research. Since 1993, thanks to strong community support, they have been able to contribute tens of millions of dollars to scientific studies to help children with many types of cancer. The Kids' Cancer Project believe the only way to improve outcomes for kids with cancer is through advances in medical research. Find out more at www.thekidscancerproject.org.au