Just because you can’t join Connor’s Run or a global event doesn’t mean you can’t be with us in spirit.
You can set-up a fundraising page and come up with your own fun challenge. A run around the local park. A bake-off at the office. A fundraising dinner at your place. Whatever you decide to do, your fundraising page can be your tool to support your fundraising.
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Dear all - please support this fantastic and important cause.....
I’m doing Connor’s Run to fund the science that will end paediatric brain cancer.The last twenty years has seen minimal progress for brain cancer diagnosis and treatments. Fundraising from my Connor’s Run will fund the research to improve early detection, diagnosis and treatment options, including funding the AIM BRAIN Project and immunotherapy research.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 tumours become a thing of the past. Make a donation to my page and be part of making brains matter.
Funds raised go toward the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation’s Brain Matters projects. Our main focus is the world-leading AIM BRAIN PROJECT, an Australian first in personalised diagnosis that improves treatment for young people battling brain cancer.
The Robert Connor Dawes (RCD) Foundation - In memory of Robert Connor Dawes. We support brain matters in the areas of Research, Care and Development to change the odds in beating brain cancer, the #1 cancer killer of young Australians.
Connor’s Run is the brainchild of the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation. It supports the foundation’s brain matters projects with the goal of changing the odds for young people facing brain cancer, the #1 cancer killer of young Australians.