Gold Coasters are being urged to unite in pink to create hope for every woman’s future.
Registrations have now opened for the annual Walk for Women’s Cancer event being held at Kurrawa Park on Saturday September 21 from 8am.
The event is a family-friendly, fun walk for participants of all abilities, with funds raised going towards Cancer Council Queensland’s research for life-saving treatments and support programs for women affected by cancer.
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Cancer Council Queensland CEO Chris McMillian encouraged all Gold Coast locals to unite and walk towards a cancer free future this September.
“One in six Queensland women will be diagnosed with breast or gynaecological cancers in their lifetime,” Ms McMillan said.
“Getting involved might only seem like a small way to make an impact, but your contribution makes a lasting difference to locals touched by this disease.
“Walk with us this year to give hope to all Queensland women affected by cancer.”
Locals can enjoy $5 off their registration until July 31 by using the code ‘EARLYBIRD’. To register for the Walk for Women’s Cancer Gold Coast event, please visit walkforwomen.org.au/locations/gold-coast.