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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  • 26 Oct 2016
    Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival | QLD

    The Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival is the largest of its kind in the Southern…

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  • 31 May 2017
    Kilimanjaro Challenge 2017

    Can you imagine what it’s like to spend the day at a mountain lake carved by glaciers? To…

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  • 28 Aug 2016
    The Bridge to Brisbane | QLD

    The Bridge to Brisbane is Queensland’s largest fun run that starts from the Sir Leo…

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  • 28 Aug 2016
    City to Surf 2016 | WA

    Established in Western Australia in 1975, the iconic City to Surf series is now a…

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  • 4 Sep 2016
    The Canberra Times Fun Run 2016 | ACT

    Now in its 40th year, The Canberra Times Fun Run is a long standing event in the Canberra…

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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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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