Get your
blood pumping
for blood cancer

Challenge yourself while raising money for families facing one of the biggest challenges of all - blood cancer.

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  • Create your own event!

    Push yourself to help others by creating your own run, ride, swim, dive or trek. Create…

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  • 17 Sep 2017
    Blackmores Sydney Running Festival 2017

    Be a part of the Blackmores Running Festival, it’s the run that’s fun for everyone!By…

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  • 17 Sep 2017
    City-Bay Fun Run 2017 | SA

    Get Your Blood Pumping for the Leukaemia Foundation in this year’s City-Bay Fun Run!Join…

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  • 5 Nov 2017
    New York Marathon 2017

    Registrations for the 2017 New York Marathon are now closed. Contact us now to register for…

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  • 12 Apr 2018 - 29 Apr 2018
    Beat Blood Cancer Everest Challenge 2018

    As part of Beat Blood Cancer Everest Challenge you will trek to the gateway to the highest…

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  • 27 Aug 2017
    Pub2Pub 2017

    Join us on Sunday 27th August 2017, as the iconic Pub2Pub Charity Fun Run and Festival…

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Want to get your blood pumping?

Let’s get from here to the finish line together

We can help you cross that finishing line with so much to celebrate – pride in your own achievement and the incredible feeling of helping families facing the challenge of blood cancer.

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There are heaps of events to choose from, pick one that suits you

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We’ll be here to help you reach your fitness and fundraising goals

Where the money goes

Be inspired by doing something great for yourself and for others

Where the money goes

In 2002 I needed a bone marrow transplant that was kindly donated by my sister Marie. During my treatment the Leukaemia Foundation was fantastic, providing accommodation for me & my family. In 2005 I ran my first City2Surf just to see if I could.

  • Rob Gale

    Former patient, 8 time City2Surf participant

The Leukaemia Foundation has been like an extended family to me whilst my husband was going through chemo for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. On days when I was scared I could call the blood cancer coordinator and have a chat. She would reassure me things will be ok and that we are not alone.

  • Jade

    Carer