Andrew Moir

I will do my 18km on an Ergo

I'm fundraising for brain matters!

I’m doing Connor’s Run to support the brave and awesome kids fighting brain cancer - the #1 disease killer of young people, and to fund the science that will one day end paediatric brain cancer. 

Brain cancer research is on the tipping point. We can all be part of making important breakthroughs happen. My participation is something that I can do to support the science and in the meantime the patients. For all the people out there currently battling brain tumours and for those who couldn’t wait for research to progress any longer.

I’m doing this because I know we can find a way to make brain cancer go the way of the dinosaurs. Make a donation to my page and be part of making brains matter, together we can change the odds for young people.

Thank you to my Sponsors


Andrew Moir


Sam Austin

Good luck Andrew!


John Walter

You have reached your goal!


Matched Donation

From a very special and generous RCD Foundation supporter


Roscoe Widdup


Eliza Weaving

Great cause Andrew


Nick Allen - Accord

Good luck Andrew - fantastic cause


David Hay

Row strong!


Nick Cretan

Happy to support a good cause Andrew. Make sure you finish the task without rests!


Cvc Emerging Companies Fund

A great initiative Andy and good luck with the ergo, we'd love to see a video of the last 500m!


Ted Allen

All the best Andrew - great cause!!!


Stuart Rose


Marc Huinink

Row Forrest Row


Mark Havens

Good luck, I've got the perfect soundtrack to keep you company.


Tim And Fiona Slattery

Good luck Andrew!


Ian Maslen

Great work Andrew for a fantastic cause.. Keep your stroke rate and splits at your PB.


Andrew Dowling

Great initiatve with the ergo Andrew and best wishes!


Nicholas Cregan

Best of luck Andrew!!


Andrew Phillips

Awesome mate - but you can have the ergo any day! What a brilliant effort


James Morrow

Great cause - well done!


Bob Desmond

Good luck and good cause mate.


Wanhee Lee

good luck.


Sue-anne Shanahan

Great initiative Andrew. Personally, I think running (or for me walking) the 18kms would be easier. Sending good vibes!