Go Make Some Memories Convoy For Charity
Join What's Up Downunder on our Go Make Some Memories Convoy for Charity and help us raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
This year will see our charity convoy with some of the Best of the Best Caravans and 40+ people travel through Merimbula in NSW, Marlo, Paynesville, Traralgon, Healsville, Yea and Nagambie, raising money and awareness for a very worthy cause, the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
We will be hosting several Happy Hours where you will be able to come along and meet the cast - Macca, Tania Kernaghan, Angie Hilton & Prousty, and the friendly team of Whats Up Downunder!
Please visit our website for more information on our Happy Hours!
Merimbula 17th - 19th October
Marlo 20th - 22nd October
Paynesville 23rd - 24th October
Traralgon 25th - 26th Octiber
Healsville 27th October
Yea 28th - 29th October
Nagamabie 30th - 1st October
The National Breast Cancer Foundation is the only national body that funds life-changing breast cancer research with money raised entirely by the Australian Public. Breast Cancer is the most common life-threatening cancer facing Australian women, with eight women dying from the disease each day - mothers, sisters, wives, daughters and friends.
Research is the only way to prevent deaths and improve how breast cancer is diagnosed, managed and treated. By supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation you are contributing directly to their goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.
National Breast Cancer Foundation
The National Breast Cancer Foundation is the leading community-funded organisation in Australia raising money for research into the prevention and cure of breast cancer.
We are privileged to work with the public who both give and raise funds and the research community to whom we grant funds to change the health future.
Since the National Breast Cancer Foundation was established in 1994, more than $127 million has been awarded to fund over 430 Australian-based research projects across every state and territory to improve the health and wellbeing of those affected by breast cancer.
We are very proud that the National Breast Cancer Foundation raises and grants funds exclusively for research, because we believe research is the most effective way to end breast cancer. We are also very proud of the fact that the National Breast Cancer Foundation has a commitment to funding research right across the spectrum – from understanding the fundamental basis of the disease to psychosocial research aimed at improving the quality of life for survivors.
Thank you for helping us move towards our goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030. With 44 Australians diagnosed and eight women dying every day, there is still much to do.
- Peter Kemi: $115.50
- Ron Turton: $26.25