Support Kieran’s TONZ Ride for NET Cancer

$1,015 donated
Given by 21 generous donors in around 3 months

Kieran is riding over 500kms across the South Island in support of kiwis who are affected by neuroendocrine (NET) cancer.

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"On 10th April 2021, I will be cycling more than 520k over 7 days from Glenorchy to Wellington to raise awareness and funds for Unicorn Foundation which is a registered charity dedicated to supporting those affected by Neuroendocrine Tumours (NET Cancer). This won't be an easy ride for me but is nothing compared to the pain and suffering that Neuroendocrine Tumour patients are currently forced to go through on a daily basis.

A couple of years ago I lost my father to cancer. That was an incredibly painful experience to go through but I was glad I could be with my father during this time. Among a long list of things, your donations will go towards NET nurse services that educate and support patients and the NET cancer community, lobbying for funding for further treatment options to become available to NZ neuroendocrine patients, and supporting vital clinical research.

To donate please click on green Donate Now button. All donations will be eligible for a tax rebate. Every donation helps, no matter how small. Thank you very much for your generosity."

Be sure to follow Kieran and the Unicorn team's TONZ journey on our FB page: https://www.facebook.com/unicornfoundationNZ

About Unicorn Foundation NZ: Almost every day, one New Zealander is diagnosed with Neuroendocrine (NET) Cancer. This is higher in number than brain, ovarian and cervical cancers and can affect anyone, at any age. Unicorn Foundation NZ are an organization dedicated to acting in the public interest to help educate and support New Zealand sufferers of NETs and their families with the hope to improve access to treatment and diagnostic tests, increase awareness and knowledge of the disease amongst the public and medical community and support researchers and institutions who will work towards a cure for this uncommon group of cancers.

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If you wish to read more about Unicorn Foundation NZ or what neuroendocrine cancer is, please visit the website; www.unicornfoundation.org.nz

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Denys takes first place!   19 April 2021

Posted by: Neuroendocrine Cancer New Zealand

We weren't the biggest team on the Tour of NZ, but definitely a strong and dedicated team!

Congratulations Denys on the first place position! You were a well deserving category winner (as were all the category winners!) Also congrats to Kieran for his 4th place in individual men!

We hope our Unicorn Team have all had a well deserved rest over the weekend and enjoyed reflecting on the epic challenge you've just conquered!

Many thanks for the donations that are continuing to come in.

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Tour of NZ 2021 - Support Team Unicorn!

Team Unicorn are riding over 500kms across the South Island in support of kiwis who are affected by neuroendocrine (NET) cancer.

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Russell Wagstaff
Russell Wagstaff on 03 May 2021
Nice job Kieran. I still have fond memories of our 1990 trek from Dunedin to Auckland. Also sorry to hear about your Dad. He was a great guy.
$200
Steve
Steve on 17 Apr 2021
Awesome work
$20
Diana
Diana on 10 Apr 2021
A great cause. Go well Kieran!
$50
Kelly
Kelly on 09 Apr 2021
Excellent cause Kieran and a great selfless act!
$50
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 09 Apr 2021
Go well Kieran!
$50

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