Perth’s second walk for Pancreatic Cancer a great success!

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 Posted in Past Events, 2015

We had a perfect morning for our second Perth “Put Your Foot Down” walk. And what an incredible walk it turned out to be. $65,700 has been raised so far, including $25,000 Woolworths raised through their in-store fundraising across the State. What a remarkable result!

Thank you to all who registered, fundraised, donated and dressed up in such creative outfits to support the Foundation through this walk.

  • bbq underway
  • caroline lynne others
  • walker group
  • warm up
  • walking01
  • volunteer marshall
  • walking02
  • team
  • afl meets kids
  • winner01
  • winner02
  • winner03
  • The BBQ is up and running!

  • Foundation director Caroline Kelly with event volunteers Len de Nooyer, Anthea Halliday and Lynne Umbers.

  • What a fine bunch of walkers this year!

  • AFL 'Dockers' defender Luke McPharlin puts everyone through a warm-up routine.

  • Looking fit as they head out - The Perth city landscape makes a great backdrop.

  • One of our wonderful volunteer marshalls!

  • Heading back to the finish - a beautiful day for a walk

  • Teams were once again well represented.

  • Luke McPharlin has his fans!

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Thank you to the amazing volunteers led by Len DeNoyer who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the walk was the success it was. Anthea Halliday, you did an incredible job as MC. Lynne Umbers, thanks for flying from Melbourne to help out too.

To Dominique Pinker and all the Woolies BBQ team, thank you for doing such an amazing job and donating food and equipment. Thank you also to Woolworths WA for their incredible fundraising efforts across the State, which has so far raised $25,000!

Deep Spring donated the refreshments for the walk as they do for all our walks, so a big thank you to them and to Matthew Muir who volunteered at the walk.

Muk Haircare donated the prizes and have been incredibly generous with them across all our walks.

Thank you to Dockers player Luke McPharlin for coming out in support of the walk and leading us in our warm up exercises!

Thank you to Ryan Verge who helped to raise so much awareness of the event.

We couldn’t manage without all those who volunteer and support the walk in many ways, so thank you to each and every one of you.

We look forward to seeing you in 2016!