Remember September

Remember those we've lost, and stand with those who are fighting to survive.

Give It Up or Move It this September for the 63 Australians who die from pancreatic cancer every week.

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Taking part in Remember September is a way to honour someone lost to pancreatic cancer or stand with people fighting this disease.

Choose to Give Up a vice of your choosing like caffeine or sugar, or choose to Move It and walk 63km over the month.

Whichever challenge you choose will help fund PanKind, The Australian Pancreatic Cancer Foundation’s life-saving pancreatic cancer research and improve survival rates for people fighting pancreatic cancer.

By taking part, you're joining a community of people who have been impacted by pancreatic cancer and want to ensure future generations can win the fight against this disease.

Plus you'll feel AMAZING doing something for your health!

4,594

People remembering this September

$1,730,446

Raised for pancreatic cancer research

How It Works

Choose your challenge

Give It Up and give up caffeine, sugar or alcohol or Move It and walk 63km this September for Australians living with pancreatic cancer.

Remember someone special

Is there someone special you're challenging yourself for this September? Update your page and let us know.

Share your challenge

Share your page and let everyone know you're challenging yourself this September for Australians living with pancreatic cancer and need their support

Complete your challenge

Give It Up or Move It and track your progress on your personal dashboard

"September is definitely a time for me to remember someone special. Every time I crave a coffee, I think about my dad Danny and my cousin Danielle."

David Wilheim,
Remember September Co-Founder

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" To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die "

Pancreatic cancer takes 63 lives every week in Australia. So this September, we're remembering those we've lost and standing with those fighting to survive.

Dan Garst

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Cecelia

So glad I could be part of this fundraiser for pancreatic cancer research! 💜💜 miss you mum!

Darren King

In memory of my very close family friend Jackie who was loved by everyone who ever met her! She had the biggest heart and she will be missed so much. We love you darlin. Until we meet again!! 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜

You left us 4 weeks ago, my whole life every step I took was because you gave me life. Now each step I take will be to remember yours. I now learn to walk through life with out there. I miss you

Young Family. X

This month we walked 63km in honour of the kindest man we have ever known. A true gentleman and the best husband, dad and poppy. We love you always and think of you often… Rhondda, Ash, Brooke, Matt, Nath, Jess, Dean, Edie, Saxon, Knox and Angus… X

Young Family. x

This month we walked 63km in honour of the kindest man we have ever known. A true gentleman and the best husband, dad and poppy. We love you always and think of you often… Rhondda, Ash, Brooke, Matt, Nath, Jess, Dean, Edie, Saxon, Knox and Angus… X

Noddy (My beautiful Mum)

Up your bum CANCER

In Memory of Ron

In memory of our dear friend Ron, Popito, The Humble One, Ronaldo who we lost so suddenly last year. A kind friend to many for decades and we were lucky to walk together regularly. Vital research is the way forward to find a cure for pancreatic cancer every $ helps. Ron you will never be forgotten and you are missed by so many darling one.

Debra Clarke

My walk total of 130 km this month is a tribute to my good friend Phil May, and my Dear Father Bill Gronow who have both inspired me in my own long dance with Cancer. I am forever grateful to them.

Nicole Southern

💜In Loving Memory of My Handsome Uncle Richard Mitchell 💜 💜15/03/1969 - 05/06/2021💜

Kayla Cardamone

In honour of my strong purple angel my Aunty terry who lost her fight at the age of 60 I miss her so much I would walk across the world and back just to give her one last cuddle this is for u my Aunty Terry 💜YOUR BATTLE WAS MY BATTLE 🫶

Sandra Sampson

In loving memory of our beautiful sister Annette. She fought hard to beat this horrid cancer for one & a half years. Sadly at age 55 she lost her battle. No more suffering now. May they find a cure sooner than later so no one else has to go through this pain. Love you eternally Netty 💖.

Stephanie

I’m walking to support my dad who has just hit the 5 year mark post diagnosis. So proud of him and all he’s achieved 💕 xx

Leanne

In loving memory of my Mum , Jennifer who passed away peacefully in June this year after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer only a month before.

Kristine Boyle

Olive & I have proudly walked our 63kms and we are sending love to everyone who is missing someone & everyone who is fighting the fight.😘

Noela Fry

Remembering my challenge friends' father and grandfather Bruce Le Garde, my old school friends Robert and Gayle Moore, who all passed in recent years from Pancreatic Cancer. Supporting my friend Cheryl who was diagnosed with PC after I started the Remember September Challenge in September 2022. 💕

Jeanelle Griffith

For my dad who is now up there in heaven, you will always be my rock, my inspiration. You will always be remembered for your strength and wisdom. Love💜💜💜💜

Beverley Hornick

I joined the Remember September in memory of my beautiful Mum, we lost her to this dreadful disease when she was 55. She loved my Dad and her family dearly, especially her grandchildren...sadly she missed meeting three of them. She was very committed to her community and especially her church, her passing left a very large void in our lives and she is always remembered with love 💕

Kim

I met a most beautiful young mother of 3 daughters, she had stopped treatment and was living her life to the max. She is my main inspiration in helping out remember September. I have another lovely work colleague, currently fighting his own battle, bless him.

Nicole Langford

I'm walking for my Pop. He died of this horrible disease and I miss him everyday

Barbara Ross

Forever in our hearts Nanny Barb ❤️ You were so incredibly brave and strong and you are an inspiration to us all! We love you and we miss you dearly. Rest easy our beautiful angel! 08/03/1943 - 11/09/2022

Martin McQueen

I miss you, but my love for you will last forever. Genevieve you taught me so much. You tried to kill me more than once but your love for me always won out. You have been an inspiration to me and my children. THANK YOU. MISS YOU. LOVE YOU!

Bob Blair (My Dad)

A gentleman’s gentleman, a great Dad, Grandfather and loving husband. Loved to go on long walks, ride his bike, woodworking and having a great laugh. Miss him dearly, only been gone just over a month but it feels like yesterday, so many things bring back memories, I hope that never changes.

Kerryn Hand

Missing you my dear friend Rosie, taken too quickly from your darling John and friends who loved you 💔 I hope this fundraiser can save a life like yours in the future, I know you would be proud of our fight towards a world without Pancreatic Cancer. With Love, Kerryn xx

Christine McKeon

My husband was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in May this year. We were amazed at the lack of screening and treatment options available, so we thought Remember September is a great initiative to assist research into pancreatic cancer. The care provided be the Nelune Center at Prince of Wales has been awesome.

Jacqueline Roser

I miss my mummy 💜 Helping to improve survival rates for Pancreatic Cancer patients is soooooo very important to me. I miss my mum. I have friends who miss their mum’s and dad, and it’s a horrible thing to have in common. So I’m doing it for me, for my mum, and for my friends whom have also lost a loved one.

Melynda Carr

Chris "Roundy" Mitchell, there is not a day that goes by that you are not in our memories. You will never be forgotten! Love Red, Min and Henry xo

Team Alice

We will keep walking for you Alice. You were taken far too quickly from this Earth. Your presence is missed everyday 🦋 https://www.newsport.com.au/2022/september/douglas-shire-trio-to-knock-off-kilometres-to-honour-friend-and-to-raise-research-funds/

Robin Stewart

The mother of my two children is suffering from this terrible cancer. Please donate to help fund research for this cancer

Belinda

For you Uncle Steve! 🍷

Lauren Rayner

I’m doing Remember September in tribute to my dad Ricki. Dad lost his battle with pancreatic cancer last year. This hideous cancer doesn’t give most people diagnosed with it much of a fighting chance or very much time. I want to help in anyway I can to change the poor prognosis associated with pancreatic cancer for people diagnosed in the future. I miss you so much dad, love you always. 💜

Clare Pargeter

I’m raising money to remember my beautiful mum Maureen, who was taken from our family far too soon 14 years ago. We all desperately miss her and would love to see a cure for this horrible cancer that has stolen so many loved ones from their family too soon. I hope that all the money raised will bring us one step closer to that day 🤞🤞🤞

Dawn Musgrove

Such a wonderful, caring and kid person who had time for anyone! Almost 7 years ago Mum was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer! Within 6 weeks of diagnosis she lost her battle. Being a Nurse her entire career Mum always put other first… She chose to not go through treatment so ‘someone else’ who had a better chance could be helped. She was very aware of the financial presser that the hospital system was under and she knew the physical and emotional pressure that was on all medical staff with in the hospital system. I have chosen to help raise funds not only to remember my dearest Mum but also to help in making sure all people get the treatment they deserve no matter what… Dawn Musgrove was a shining star and losing her has made the world a little less brighter!