We are a national patient-led charity aiming to decrease the impact of bowel cancer in New Zealand through awareness, education, support an
1 Marathon - 1 Month - 1 Muppet
- $5,547.00 donated
- 68 generous donors
Kevin Biggar is running the NYC marathon after only 4 weeks of training to raise money for Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa. Not painful enough?
Bowel Cancer is NZ's cancer. It's a swift silent killer, taking more people each year than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. Yet the cancer is treatable and beatable.
'Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa' does fantastic work fundraising, educating and lobbying for a nationwide screening program.
Kevin Biggar is running the NYC marathon after only 4 weeks of training to raise money for Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa. Not painful enough? He's doing it dressed as a Hot Pink Hawaiian Princess! UPDATE: A very generous donor has offered to match the next $5000 of donations! That is for every dollar donated he will chip in another dollar!
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