Raised for families facing childhood cancer
People running, rolling, strolling for families facing childhood cancer
Travelled for families facing childhood cancer
HOW IT WORKS
The most important step of all is your first step! Register for the Sun Up Challenge, choose your distance and we'll send you all the information you need to get started!
Spread the word about why you’re helping families facing childhood cancer, and how their donation will provide financial, emotional, practical and educational support. You'll also earn virtual badges and real rewards as your fundraising total grows.
Get out while the Sun's Up and tackle that challenge! Remember to log your KM everyday, get sponsored and feel good about helping families face childhood cancer. Of course don't forget to share your challenge on social media, and have fun!
READY! SET! GO!
A diagnosis of childhood cancer changes everything for a family. When the everyday challenges feel impossible, Redkite is a lifeline helping families make it through.
That’s why in any month of your choice, you can get moving and raise funds to help families facing childhood cancer.
With help from your community, you can provide counselling to families, keep food on the table with grocery vouchers, and help cover the costs of accommodation for rural families who need to drop everything at short notice to be with their child in hospital for weeks at a time.
Challenge yourself, run or walk 100km for the good of families facing childhood cancer – join us today.
Run with JamieWhen Jamie was just 2, he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
Redkite was there with emotional and practical support to get his family through those terrifying times.
Jamie and his mum Nicky are taking part in the Sun
"We're looking forward to doing the Sun Up Challenge - it's an awesome way to celebrate each day!"
"By doing this challenge we are not only raising money to help other families that go along this same journey as Jamie but it also helps us challenge ourselves to embrace a healthier outlook!"