Remember September

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

Give It Up or Move It this September for the 68 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 68km over the month.

Whichever challenge you choose, you will be helping PanKind, the Australian Pancreatic Cancer Foundation, fund 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!

4,872

People remembering this September

$1,517,937

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 68km this September for Australians impacted by 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.

Complete your challenge

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

"Darren passed away from pancreatic cancer at the young age of 55. A loving dad to two young boys, unfortunately his diagnosis was too late... I believe early diagnosis can save lives and that's why I'm raising funds to support research."

Terrilea,
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We will remember them. We will honour them. We will fight for them.

Pancreatic cancer takes 68 lives every week in Australia. So this September, we're remembering those we've lost and standing with those fighting to survive.

Dinah Boswell

I was inspired to do this challenge by a very special relative and dearest friend who is fighting magnificently against pancreatic cancer. We are just lucky it was found early but the battle is still the same. Best wishes to all doing the challenge and especially those who have been their inspiration!

Georgina

My dear father Jack who left us in March 2017 He is dearly missed. Think about him everyday. Hope this research will help save others

Theresa Painter

6 years ago my Nanna was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer, she got very sick, lost a lot of weight, her liver started to fail and she ended up with Jaundice and nearly died, this is when we found out she had cancer. She decided she didn't want treatment, she just wanted to enjoy the rest of her life surrounded by family and friends. She was a beautiful person who lived a different life growing up in England She started a new life in Australia She always has been and always will be an inspiration to me and I thank my nan for working so hard to provide for her family, for everything she taught me, her strength, determination, patience, kindness, love . I miss her each and everyday. My dad and I walked throughout September in memory of my nan who we lost 5 years ago to this terrible cancer, she never gave up ever

Louise

In love if memory of my Dad, Gary who passed away 20 years ago this year after a short battle. Miss him every day. Thank you to beautiful family and friends who have supported me and for your kind donations!💜

Kate Currall

Remembering Aunty Margie A HUGE thank you to everyone that has donated $$ or even helped me with a few km’s 🏃‍♀️when I was unable to walk. (Wendy, Will, Archie & Mia) Thank you to Alex & Dennis + Will and the kids for helping me to stick to my commitment. (Extra points to Will for organising amazing team Margie shirts)

Chelsea Smiles

What a month #pankind and #strosforcliffy doing it for my Dad a current fighter! We love you! 125 klms + our team raised over 5 grand

Sandra Klein

Wow, I did it! I walked 137kms which I didn't think I would get there. Thank you to everyone who cheered me on or donated. Now for a big rest and a soak in the bath if I think I can get out of it.

Jacqui ROSER

For my mum, I miss you every minute of every day. I love you more, I love you most, I love you mostest ❤️

Karlene Shadforth

Enjoying all the walks for my Mum Claire.

Karina Baro

I lost my mum at 55 years old 8 years ago 6 months after diagnosis. It's not fair that this horrible disease robbed her of doing everything she wanted to do and robbed my kids of their nanny far too early.

Yvonne

To our amazing Son Brett you inspired all your family and friends throughout your life especially your courageous fight to live. Like to many you lost that fight your going has left a void that will never be filled.

In memory of Bernie murray A great man taken to soon

In memory of my strong courageous Dad.

Lovinier

Remembering our beautiful mum, Your battle was brief and taken so soon. This is so important to get awareness out there of this awful disease. Always in our heart and thoughts .

In loving memory of our son and brother Troy,we love and miss you so so much.xxx

Alana

You inspire me daily. Never alone, I will continue to walk by your side always and forever

Alexandra Pappas

Rest in peace, Dad. I love you always.

Briony Smith

I'm doing this is memory of my beautiful 💜Aunty Rob 💜who fought the toughest battle with this horrid cancer. Hoping to see more finding into research and detecting early signs 💜💜

Monique

I’m doing this for my uncle Manuel. We found out that he had this horrid cancer in May of this year and he passed away two short months afterwards. He always put a smile on everyone’s face and didn’t deserve to be in the amount of pain that he was in towards the end. I’m so glad that I’ve been able to honour him by doing this challenge 💜

Although I do not personally know anyone who has pancreatic cancer, as a science researcher in the medical field, I understand the importance of funding for research. From friends in the cancer field of research, I have learnt about the difficulties of treating the disease and its severity. I wish to contribute to the development of treatment for those suffering. My heart goes out to all the families who have lost loved ones and those with the disease.

Sally Dribbus

To my Mum and Dad ❤️ I lost my dad to Pancreatic Cancer on the 25th June 1987 too young and too quickly ❤️ and then sadly my mum was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in 2008 and passed away 9th April 2009. It was so sad to see them both pass away from this terrible cancer. This cancer takes too many with very little survival hope, so I am passionate to be able to help in anyway! What a great fund raiser! Thank you

Linda french

#Doingthisfortheoneivelost #Doingthisfortheonethatsfighting

Gaye Hardaker

In memory of my dad Frank Weaire who died of pancreatic cancer 5 years ago. Miss him so much. I hope this research will help people in the future.

Nathan Power

In Honor of Mum, and the hope that research will improve outcomes for those to follow.

Rebecca Sekulovski

In loving memory of my father in law and for all those lost💜

Brad Van der Drift

Miss you Dad, life isn't the same without you, hope this walk can change the lives of other family's to stop this horrible cancer

Jennifer Deakin

My mum Roslyn has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just recently You don't know much about pancreatic cancer until it hits close too home I am walking in September for my beautiful mum Roslyn

Noel & Jan Green

We have done the walk in loving memory of our son Jaycen . We lost our son to this disease on the 22 September 2018.Always on our mind forever in our hearts ❤️

Garry Sharp

In memory of Joan Miller (Mum) passed away in 2007 from this insipid disease. It has been wonderful to complete 176 kilometres of 204 and raise $740 so far.

Carol Ray

I lost a dear friend to this insidious disease and hope and pray for a cure. I miss her laughter and out catch ups over a glass of red. I have almost completed my 100km for Sept and still hoping to secure more donations to reach 100% of my fund-raising target.

Kezia Stott

In 2007 the most beautiful and caring women lost her battle to pancreatic cancer, my loving nana. As I was only 4 I didn’t know the concept of death or cancer, I didn’t understand, as I got older I realised she was no longer with us and it hurt, I wish I got to spend more time with her. Even though I was very young I still remember all the memories I shared with her. She was a big part of my life and it hurts that I’ll never get to see her. So when I found the fundraiser to help find a cure for this terrible disease I immediately signed up as I don’t want anyone to feel the way i felt when I lost one of the most important person in my life.

Kerryn White

My dad Alexander Dodds, Ax to his friends was a wonderful man who lost his battle to pancreatic cancer on 7/11/2009 He was a fit as a fiddle until 9 months earlier when Pancreatic Cancer took over our world. He tried so hard to fight but unfortunately Pancreatic cancer seems to be an unbeatable battle. He is very much missed by his wife, 4 children, 11 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Taken to young and way to soon. miss you Dad❤️

I am taking up this challenge initiated by a colleague because we lost a good friend, a mentor and a mother-figure in our lives to pancreatic cancer. Rest in peace Lynne

Ronald Biema