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Walk4BrainCancer 2014 Centennial Park Sydney - This DO has finished

Walk4BrainCancer 2014 Centennial Park Sydney
 2 Nov, 2014 - 2 Nov, 2014
 Sun 9:00am - Sun 2:00pm
 Parkes Drive
  Moore Park, NSW
  Athletic

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Get to your feet and raise awareness and funds for brain cancer research at our flagship Walk4BrainCancer in Centennial Park.

Step 1
Register to walk as an individual, join another local Centennial Park team or create your own team and ask friends and family to register on your team and walk with you.   
Step 2
After registering, set up your personal fundraising page for Walk4BrainCancer Centennial Park - just click on the 'Start Fundraising' link in your registration confirmation email - or if you are walking as part of a team, set up a team fundraising page.  
Step 3

Invite people to sponsor you and watch the total we raise for Walk4BrainCancer nationally grow. Watch this page too for a little bit of rivalry as Sydney takes on the other capital cities to see which Walk4BrainCancer can raise the most funds for research! 

Tree of Hope 

The origami crane was chosen as the symbol of Cure Brain Cancer because in Japanese legend it represents longevity and good fortune. It is said that when one folds 1000 origami cranes they are granted a wish.

At this year’s Walk4BrainCancer Centennial Park, you are invited you to make an origami crane, or bring a photo of someone special or a personal message, hang it on our Tree of Hope and make your wish.

Make a day of it 

After the walk, enjoy a gourmet BBQ and gelato, entertainment from a live band plus a jumping castle for the kids.

MC: Chris Smith, 2GB

Entertainment by: Wes Carr, Winner of Australian Idol 2008

Warm up by: Zumba Fit Sydney

Wear a touch of purple or buy one of our Walk4BrainCancer t-shirts. If you are walking as a group, you can even personalise your team t-shirts with a message and photo on the back and show Australia who you are walking for.  

DO Organiser

 Cure Brain Cancerorganiser
 02 9550 5244 or 1300 362 965

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