Jack Geraedts

Sun Up Challenge 2021

My Activity Tracking

82
kms

My target 75 kms

Support my Sun Up Challenge for families of children with cancer.

When a family is told their child has cancer, what they hear is “your child might die”. Every day in Australia, three families hear those words. Not every child will die, but every family who faces childhood cancer is changed forever. Cancer puts families under enormous pressure. It can feel like it’s impossible to hold it together.

That’s why I’m setting my alarm to join Redkite for the Sun Up Challenge – to help provide emotional and practical support to families facing childhood cancer.

I’ll be taking action by running, walking and rolling every morning at sun up this September, to raise money that will help families pay the bills, access emotional support, and more. From day one in the hospital and for as long as it takes, your help ensures that families don’t have to face their child’s cancer diagnosis alone.

Please support me by making a tax-deductible donation to my challenge. Your generosity will make sure that Redkite can provide even more families facing childhood cancer practical and emotional support and care.

My Achievements

I've uploaded a profile pic

I've shared my page

I made a self donation

I joined a team

Logged my first activity

Reached 50% of my fitness goal

Reached 100% of my fitness goal

Reached 100% of my fundraising goal

My Updates

Covid vaccine

Wednesday 22nd Sep
since the 21st I have needed to walk because i just got my vaccine and i couldn't run but know i am better to go again

Thank you to my Sponsors

$125.28

Laurie Ffrench

$78.30

Lique

Go J&J, from Lique

$50

Michaela, Kim & Barry

Very proud of you Jack. Brilliant effort. Love Michaela, Kim and Barry

$30

Kati

$26.10

Anonymous

$26.10

Dad

Go Jack! well done mate, very proud of You and Mum!

$26.10

Matched Donation

Matched by BOC

$26.10

Gerben Geraedts

Goed zo Jack! Succes met de challange! Groetjes peetoom Gerben

$20

Rachel Martin

$10.44

Anonymous

Well done Jack