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Who is that special someone that inspires you to take on this challenge? How will you Remember them this September? Add a message to our Remember September tribute wall to honour a loved one - past or present - and share your story with our amazing community.

" 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.

Michael Smith

Thank you for everything you do to support pancreatic cancer research.


So glad I could be part of this fundraiser for pancreatic cancer research! ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ 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!! ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

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 oftenโ€ฆ Rhondda, Ash, Brooke, Matt, Nath, Jess, Dean, Edie, Saxon, Knox and Angusโ€ฆ 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 oftenโ€ฆ Rhondda, Ash, Brooke, Matt, Nath, Jess, Dean, Edie, Saxon, Knox and Angusโ€ฆ 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

๐Ÿ’œIn Loving Memory of My Handsome Uncle Richard Mitchell ๐Ÿ’œ ๐Ÿ’œ15/03/1969 - 05/06/2021๐Ÿ’œ

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 ๐Ÿ’œYOUR BATTLE WAS MY BATTLE ๐Ÿซถ

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 ๐Ÿ’–.


Iโ€™m walking to support my dad who has just hit the 5 year mark post diagnosis. So proud of him and all heโ€™s achieved ๐Ÿ’• xx


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.๐Ÿ˜˜

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. ๐Ÿ’•

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. Love๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

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 ๐Ÿ’•


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 โค๏ธ 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 gentlemanโ€™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 ๐Ÿ’” 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 ๐Ÿ’œ 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 mumโ€™s and dad, and itโ€™s a horrible thing to have in common. So Iโ€™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 ๐Ÿฆ‹

Robin Stewart

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


For you Uncle Steve! ๐Ÿท

Lauren Rayner

Iโ€™m doing Remember September in tribute to my dad Ricki. Dad lost his battle with pancreatic cancer last year. This hideous cancer doesnโ€™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. ๐Ÿ’œ

Clare Pargeter

Iโ€™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 ๐Ÿคž๐Ÿคž๐Ÿคž

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 firstโ€ฆ She chose to not go through treatment so โ€˜someone elseโ€™ 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 whatโ€ฆ Dawn Musgrove was a shining star and losing her has made the world a little less brighter!

Just sticking to this pledge while thinking of me mate whoโ€™s showing amazing strength while battling this crap disease and hoping every little bit helps

Pete Scerri

Dad, you were my best mate here before you left me, now youโ€™re my guiding light from afar. Thank you Dig, youโ€™re a legend!! Love ya x ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’œโญ๏ธ

Sadie Keles

Iโ€™m doing this for my daddy and for everyone else thatโ€™s been affected from this terrible disease. Fly high my angel daddy

Toni Petts

Remembering our beloved mum Ruth Jopling, who died from this horrible Cancer. Mum had symptoms for years, but wasn't diagnosed until 43 days before she passed away. Missed and loved dearly xxxx


Iโ€™m doing remember September for my dad who sadly passed away in June from pancreatic cancer. From diagnosis to death was only 3 months. At diagnosis we were told her could have 6-8months however we were not that lucky. He passed away 7 days before my 40th birthday. Iโ€™m trying to raise funds to help other families by getting early detection or research on treatments

Tracy Bull

I have taken up this challenge to support my sister Raelene Barker and others like her currently being treated for Pancreatic Cancer in the hope to raise awareness , much needed funds to provide care and ultimately to find a cure. ๐Ÿ’œโœจ


I'm walking this September and every September for as long as i can. For my beautiful brave Mum who grew her Angel wings on the 30th of August 2022 xx๐Ÿ’œxx Love and miss you so much Mum ๐Ÿ˜˜

Imogen Musgrove

Walking for my amazing Mumโ€ฆDawn Musgrove! Such a kind, caring person who had time for everyone! Mum was a nurse her entire career and had a heart of gold. When she was diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer 6 years ago, she chose not to have treatment as she new first hand the pressure that was put on the hospital system and all the wonderful individuals within the health network. We lost Mum just 6 weeks from diagnosis. My hope is that my tiny little effort to raise awareness and much needed funds for research and prevention is another step forward!

Norm hanlon

Im doing this walk and no drinking alcohol for all of September for my dad who passed in February this year after a short fight

Janelle Edwards

Thank you to all my sponsors who have helped raise some funds, but more importantly, awareness of pancreatic cancer. Our combined efforts will progress research into this cancer. So a huge thank to you and to all the other sponsors.

Rob Jones

Remembering Ross Baxter who died in December 2022 from Pancreatic Cancer. A great bloke who gave more than he took.

Georgia Yordanoff

To y gorgeous Mum, her brother, my Uncle John and their mum, my Nan who all died of this horrible cancer.

Kim Price

Rest In Peace Maxine


I'm giving up sugar and have done for the last 20 days in remembrance of my beautiful friend Natalie McKenzie. She was a strong, happy and kind and compassionate nurse. She was the ultimate carer in her chosen career and she absolutely loved her husband, children and granddaughter very much. I want to celebrate her life with the gift of donations to Pancreatic research so that in future there will be a significant increase in survival rate. God bless you Natalie. Big hugs. Love you always. Barb xxx


Iโ€™m walking for my Dad. I miss him everyday. He was always constant, unwavering and loved by all that knew him. We used to take the dog for a walk together when I was growing up, and we would talk about everything and nothing. It seemed right to walk this September for him.

Talia Namoa

In loving memory of our beautiful Geigei

Marie-Therese Namoa

In memory of my loving grandmother Marie-Therese Elma Adamson Her laugh and smile was contagious - one of the many things I miss about her. She was my "go to" every day and I miss her every single day. She was fighting long before she was diagnosed and then it was too late. She was determined to fight and that she did until the very end. Doing this challenge in honour of her and pray that one day more lives are saved rather than lost. Rest in God's loving arms Ma/Geigei

Remembering all those and their families who have been touched by this disease. Let's make it history

Voula Kaplanis

This is close to my heart, I dedicate this to my late Aunt who passed away from pancreatic cancer, and to my friend who is fighting pancreatic cancer nowโ€ฆ

Carol Pullar

My mum, Vera, as one of the kindest, and most optimistic people I knew. All my friends wanted her as their mum, and she was a very special person. She and my Dad travelled to Australia from Uk in the early 50's leaving all their family, and embarking on a great adventure with no support, and not expecting to ever see their family again. She lived through a world war as a child, 5 miscarriages, and a major bushfire event (Black Saturday). While she suffered dementia in her later years, she never lost her spirit- she would take everything in her stride, and like many in her generation- was stoic, adapting, and making the beat, of whatever was happening around her. She lost her husband of 63 years late in 2015. She took that hard, but it wasn't until April 2017 that pancreatic cancer was diagnosed... It took a few days to sort the management of her pain medication, due to her dislike to be be a trouble to anyone, but once on a regular schedule things became much more comfortable.. It was also fortunate that mum was able to eat without issue, right to the end, which was apparently not common. Her cancer was extremely aggressive - with only 23 days from diagnosis to her death, and I'm very grateful that it was so quick. She was 86 years young, and would have turned 94, on the 3rd October. I miss her everyday. โค๏ธ

Thanks to all my sponsers that have given donations to help mi stay motivated

Brad Willmot

A great Dad and grandfather lost way too soon to this terrible thing and miss being able to share time with him in retirement

Courtney Raymond

Walking for my dad.

Nat Hodgson

Remembering my mum, such a beautiful caring soul who cared for many others as a nurse of 53 years who lost her battle to Pancreatic Cancer on 8th March 2021. She was stoic, kept positive throughout her journey and her courage is something to be celebrated. Loving and missing her everyday but will do everything I can to try and find a cure or treatment to hinder this terrible disease!


We got you mum ๐Ÿ’œ๐ŸŒน


This September Iโ€™m walking for my amazing mum, who after a short hard fight grew her angel wings at 65 years young. Mum is a huge inspiration to many, always helping, supporting and guiding others. Mum has 5 biological children and 13 grandchildren. Mum is a foster mum/nanny to many children for over 20 years. Thank you mum, Iโ€™m so proud to call you my mum ๐Ÿ’œ I love you

๐Ÿ’œ For my Mum, who left us all too young at only 42. ๐Ÿ’œ

Pauline Leask

Working this together Bro. Rest easy - you are in our hearts.

Clemente Family

In loving memory of our dear sister Maria who passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2005 at just 40 years of age, too soon with so much more to live for. We think of you often and how our lives would be very different if you were here today. You will never be forgotten. Love you and miss you always ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜โค๏ธโค๏ธ


Walking for my Dadโค๏ธ

Theresa Painter

Throughout September I will be taking part in a 63KM walk in loving memory of my beautiful nanna, who fought so hard and never gave up Throughout her life and during her Pancreatic Cancer journey, we love you Nanna, always and forever xxxx In the process if we can raise some money for cancer research that would be wonderful

Walking for my dad. Itโ€™s an uphill battle, but thereโ€™s hope ๐Ÿ’œ


Pancreatic cancer can be beaten, if we continue to fight for a cure for those who have been diagnosed we will conquer Pancreatic caner!


I am paying tribute to all the lives lost from pancriatic cancer


I am walking with my mum and sister for my Gran, Glenys the most beautiful, caring, loving generous women Iโ€™ll ever know, who we lost in October 2014 to pancreatic cancer.

Olivia Hepi

Everyday that I walk during the month of September, I walk in honour of my dad who sadly lost his life to the dreaded pancreatic cancer. My dad was the strongest, bravest and certainly the toughest guy I know. But to watch him suffer the way he did certainly made me see just how horrible this disease is. I hope through the donations made to me in the Remember September Challenge. Can help in so many ways. Walking Proud in honour of you dad. Love and miss you heaps ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


Remembering Mum โค๏ธ


Taken way too soon always in my thoughts



In 2020, Pancreatic cancer entered into our lives. My Mum was diagnosed with stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer and began immediate treatment. I have never been so scared in my life, my Mum is my world and I could not imagine a Christmas or birthday without her. Thanks to Mum's surgical and medical team and the strong fighter that she is, Mum is in remission. My mum is my best friend, someone I stive to be the best version of myself for. I will be walking to raise money for research into Pancreatic Cancer, let's hope that with research more people will get to celebrate Christmas with their loved ones.

Angela Pasanen

For Jukka ๐Ÿ’œ and for my friend Judi who is fighting pancreatic cancer today ๐Ÿ’œ

Barbara Coffey

Iโ€™m walking in memory of my Uncle Ernie who died of this disease.


Walking 63km for my Dad. Such an amazing human and sorely missed. Love you Dad

My mother, Melita. I was glad to make it to her bedside two weeks before she died of pancreatic cancer. A beautiful woman and a totally inspiring lady, that I am proud to call my mother.

Kylie Rogers

My brother has lost his battle, Glen Rogers 30/9/77 - 12/9/22. September will always hold a special place in my memories. Photo on his wedding day 23/9/2000.

Erin Gentile

My mum tragically passed away from pancreatic cancer on the 6th September 2022 after a short but valiant battle with this retched disease. I am pledging to run/walk 163km in 20 days to raise money so that other families may not have to experience the loss we have. Forever in our hearts. Rest in peace mum. In loving memory of Dianne Mary Nielsen ๐Ÿ’•


Unable are the loved to die, For love is immortality.

This is a terrible illness that takes people so quickly. I am happy to participate to raise money into research into this illness. Well done to all the others participating.

I am walking this month to remember my mother, who passed away early last month of pancreatic cancer. She fought so hard but in the end it took her away from us. I'm doing this to try and make her proud, as well as help others who are or will fight this disease in the future.

Thanks to my loved ones ive walked 45 km of my 99km target this month so far. GO ME!

Briony Glackner

Iโ€™m asking for my beautiful Mum who lost her battle six short week after her diagnosis. At the age of 52 ๐Ÿ’œ

I miss my Dad everyday. He was such a strong person physically and mentally and to see him battle and fade so quickly in 3months was beyond devastating. I am glad to be able to do something to raise awareness and money to fighting this awful disease. I don't want anyone to go through what my Dad did and what my friends have gone through. My heart goes out to those many strong people battling this awful disease currently and the strong family standing by them xxx


They (the Bride and Groom) brought their wedding forward so the Father of the Bride could walk her down the aisle. But the time the original date cam round, he had passed. RIP Terry Acton


My Grandmother died of Pancreatic Cancer a month after we were married. I will always remember her patience, humour and dignity. nor will I forget the promise she extracted from us to go ahead with our wedding even if she died the day of the wedding. Fortunately it didn't come to this.

Catherine Sharpe

A big thank you to Jennifer Burrell and Tracey Reynolds for their donations today โค๏ธ Very much appreciated โค๏ธ ๐Ÿ˜Š Here is a pic of a wombat we came across today on our bush walk. I have affectionately called him Fatso!!! Thanks for the bushwalk Alan Jones ๐Ÿ‘

Lee McLean

I doing this for my beautiful mum. Who passed away on the 3rd of February 2022. Left a huge hole in my heart. She wasnโ€™t just my mum she was my best friend my pub mate The photo below is of mum my grandmother my aunt and uncle and the baby is me A loving mum, grandmother and great grandmother ๐Ÿ˜˜โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’œ

Kait Robinson

Everyday I remember you Nanna. This month I will make an extra big effort to celebrate you and all the things you love. Baking, walks, gardening, playing rummy & cuddling Molly. I wouldnโ€™t be the woman I am today without the support you gave me.

Peter And Kim

In memory of my friend Shirley Lawrence Who recently died from this terrible cancer shirley funeral is on 16/9/22 May she rest in peace

Beth Heather

I am walking 63 km this September in memory of my husband Brian who lost almost a four year battle in April this year against this cruel disease. I will always love and miss you so much. Hopefully with enough fund raising for research into pancreatic cancer we can one day prevent others suffering the way you did and the pain of the loved ones grieving

Corey W

Absolutely overwhelmed with the generous donations! I'd walk a million miles to rid this disease, for everyone but especially you Bels xx


For my Dad who passed away from this terrible disease at 57yrs. Every step I take will be for you. Miss you everyday xxx


Iโ€™m walking for my best friend who was diagnosed with terminal PC at 35. She is still going strong 2 years on, however she wonโ€™t get to see her little boy grow up. I will walk every year to support my bestie and raise awareness.

Viking Runner

I am doing this for so many people. It only takes one to affect the lives of so many. We can be the one to make a positive difference to many others. Lets choose to fight the war that others weren't given the choice for.

Karen Carr

I'm remembering my beloved partner Christopher Mitchell (ROUNDY), who was diagnosed with this horrible disease pancreatic cancer on the 27th January this year n admitted into hospital that same day, we never left the hospital. He sadly passed 3 weeks n 2 days later. He had no signs or symptoms till it was to late. I love n miss him terribly. He is always beside me n forever in my heart.

Yiskah D'Amore

After a four-year battle with cancer, America's Got Talent Contestant Jane "Nightbirde" Marczewski died on February 19, 2022.


For my beautiful mum who was diagnosed in October of last year. I will walk as she fights x

Tamika Deed

A very special friend of mine has been affected by cancer throughout his life. He is a warrior and has battled so bravely through it. Iโ€™m so proud of him.

Happy to be part of @Team Fab for this important cause!

Louise McKelligott

I am doing Remember September to remind myself how extremely lucky I am to be 12 months clear from Stage 1 Pancreatic Cancer which was incidentally found in May last year. I want to remember all those that have died from this cancer and hope that through awareness , research and finds that more lives can be saved

Nomes Faith

Iโ€™m walking this September for my Beautiful mum Hazel whom we lost in 2012 to this horrendous disease! Miss her every day!

Tracey Moran

I am writing this tribute to myself, as challenges like this are normally hard to undertake, let alone complete. I need to complete my challenge, bring it on.......bring it on....


Iโ€™m doing Remember September in honour of my amazing Dad , who lost his fight against this horrible cancer 4years ago at age 48!

Pamela Horlor

My beautiful mum lost her fight to this horrific disease on 30th August a couple of weeks after her 65th birthday ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’” on the 6th of September we said our final goodbyes and laid her to rest free of pain and sufferingโ€ฆ My family and I will do what ever it takes to raise money for research to either find a treatment or cure!! My heart goes out to anyone and everyone who has lost a loved one or who is currently fighting ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


I walk to remember my great uncle Michael who passed from pancreatic cancer. He was always so full of life and the heartbeat of his family. It hit him so suddenly and he deteoriated quite quickly despite medical interventions. I hope that this research will benefit everyday people like him and their families.


Iโ€™m walking in honour of my Dad who lost his life just recently to pancreatic cancer . He fought so hard and was so brave โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ I love you dad


I'm walking in honour of my Mum, her sister Erica and their cousin Marjie who all passed away from pancreatic cancer within a few years of each other. They were young, vibrant and strong women who left a very big hole in all our lives.

Mellissa cooper

. I be walking this September to honour and remember my dear mum, Maxine who passed away in September last year 2021. She only lives a short time after she got diagnosed . As it was Covid and we were in lock down no one could visit her in the hospital so she didnโ€™t have to deal with it alone I took her home and look after her until she passed. From the time she got diagnosed and passed was very quick she only lasted 5 weeks. . She was a strong person but this cancer was horrible and as strong as she was and determent to fight unfortunately it got the better of her.. She lives on through us- and she will never been forgotten. 1955-2021 ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ I canโ€™t wait to see the sea of purple supporters, all coming down to support this worthy cause. More needs to be done for future Australians, future pancreatic cancer patients and their families- there needs to be more hope for survival, good quality life, and hopefully a future free from pancreatic cancer! More NEEDS to be done.โ€ ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’ช Marie Sams, Newcastle Thanks for sharing your story with us Marie! Next Sunday (18th September) you can join Marie and her family at the inaugural Put Your Foot Down Newcastle walk at Merewether Beach. Donโ€™t miss out- register at the link today: #pancreaticcancer #canceresearch #pancreaticcancerawareness #putyourfootdown #newcastleaustralia #merewetherbeach #charitywalk #walkerprofile #fundraiser #fundraising

Jo Ogden (for Kaye Edwards)

Aiming to raise funds and awareness so others don't have to suffer our losses from this horrific cancer. My inspiring and brave sister Kaye beat the odds several times, until PC had the final say in 2015 when she was just 46. As a 15-17 year old in Adelaide, she endured two years of experimental treatments (normal chemo, radioactive chemo, radiation, and surgery) and thanks to the perseverance of her medical team (and her resilience) she beat the often still fatal adrenal neuroblastoma. The ground-breaking treatments sadly caused acute-myeloid leukaemia 20 years later, which she battled for more than 12 years, with limited treatment options due to her history. Only due to this close monitoring, was the tumour in her pancreas detected early enough to allow her the choice of a Whipples operation. To stay with her family as long as possible, Kaye endured this brutal surgery and the subsequent traumatic hospitalisations and emergency 'patch-ups' against all the odds. Although physically and mentally torturous for all of us, the rare extra time this granted was never taken for granted. Kaye's beautiful smile and caring nature remained throughout, proving that although cancer can defeat our bodies, our spirit is our own and this energy lives on as we remember every day with love.

Melanie Verso

Mel the daughter of a very dear friend who died way to soon to this terrible disease. If I can help another family not suffer then Iโ€™ll try.


Iโ€™m walking this month to remember my dad Daniel Read, he lost his battle with pancreatic cancer this year at only 56yo. He fought hard for 9 months, I took about 6 months off work the past year to be able to support him and spend as much time as I could with him. Before my father was diagnosed I had no idea how bad this cancer was, when he first told me what he was diagnosed with I didnโ€™t at first think it was a death sentence, (I though to myself โ€œpeople survive cancer itโ€™s not the end yet we have to wait and see what stage it is at and things like thatโ€) but once I did a google search on pancreatic cancer my heart broke, I could only hope they had caught it early enough that maybe there was a chance, just like it seems in most cases it was to lateโ€ฆ..stage 4 and spread to the liver! Every step we took just always seemed to be the worst case scenario, but no matter how hard it got my dad stayed positive, and didnโ€™t let it get in his way until the final weeks when he just couldnโ€™t fight any more. I really hope that in doing this we can raise much needed funds to maybe one day find a cure and also spread awareness. No one deserves to endure such a horrible disease ๐Ÿ˜ช good luck to all those fighting and Iโ€™m deeply sorry for all those who have lost ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Madison Dore

I am walking/running 63km this September to remember my Nanny, who we lost to Pancreatic cancer back in 2012. The disease completely changed her and it was so hard to was her struggle through it and not be able to do anything to help her. Seeing my Mum and Uncle lose their Mum and my Pop lose his wife was heart breaking and I would never wish this disease upon anyone. This month I am doing this for my Nanny and for all the other strong men and women out there who are battling the disease, or those that have lost loved ones to Pancreatic cancer.

Madison Dore

I am walking/running 63km this September to remember my Nanny, who we lost to Pancreatic cancer back in 2012. The disease completely changed her and it was so hard to was her struggle through it and not be able to do anything to help her. Seeing my Mum and Uncle lose their Mum and my Pop lose his wife was heart breaking and I would never wish this disease upon anyone. This month I am doing this for my Nanny and for all the other strong men and women out there who are battling the disease, or those that have lost loved ones to Pancreatic cancer.

Mel Farquhar

In honour of my funny, pretty, super smart, positive, effervescent, red head, cheeky mum. Shaun Farquhar โค๏ธ She was the best mum a girl could ever want. We miss you so much Mum xxx

Remembering 63 Australian who die from pancreatic cancer each week. I have loss family members and very dear friends

Ellen Sorbello

Remembering Trish, Aurora and John who bravely fought this disease.


As we sit by my brother sleeping I feel guilty for not getting my walks in as I had hoped as he has taken a turn for the worse. 23 days until he turns 45 but we have no idea if he will be here.

Linda Waghorn

Iโ€™m walking to honour my husband Graham who lost his hard fought battle in January 2022. He loved to walk so it was a no brainer that Iโ€™d walk for him. You are missed by so many Graham๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Emily Tidy

Iโ€™m walking for my mother in law, Leanne, who passed away in November 2018 from pancreatic cancer. She is missed every day and she was an incredible woman.

Tash, CJ, Lily, Fletcher & Harrison

In memory of Mum/Sal/Grandma. You faced your challenge with such courage and selflessness. Time will never heal the hole in our hearts since your passing nearly 1 year ago. Love you and miss you everyday ๐Ÿ’œ


I am walking in memeory of Denise and in the hope that research can prolong the life of my bestie Dellie

Julie Lines

A cause close to my heart having lost both my mum, Pam (December 2017) and mother in-law, Colleen (May 2018) within 6 months of each other to pancreatic cancer.ย  I'm walking to honour them and help others that are currently battling this cancer.

Itโ€™s been almost a year since my grandma passed, Iโ€™m walking this month to remember her


I have not lost anyone to pancreatic cancer so far, and for that I am thankful. That does not mean I haven't felt the emotional strain cancer can bring upon one's family. I am walking 63 km and raising money this month so people don't have to experience that anxious feeling of waiting. Cancer should be a battle to win, not a battle to lose. I hope that in the future this will be the case. One person who lost their life to this illness, who does inspire me, is Patrick Swayze. A kind, gentle soul who never lost sight of the pleasure of dancing. A mobility most of us take for granted. A form of exercise and expression that none other can compare to. I walk to remember him and many others who loved to live.


I am doing this for my Dad who died from pancreatic cancer. He was a man who I looked up to and loved. It was heart breaking to see such a fit man wither away to a shell of the man he was. If I can help with research to find a cure by fund raising, so it may stop someone else losing a loved one, then I am happy to do so.


The 17th of August 1997 my Dad died of pancreatic cancer, when he was 49 years oldโ€ฆ the doctors said he had maximum 6 months left of life but he kept fighting and suffering for 7 years. I am walking in your memory Daddy, the strongest person ever known. My pain is a little smaller if I can help people to not live what we lived ๐Ÿ’œ

Angela Briffa

Walking in memory of my beautiful mother.

Susan Richardson

I will be remembering a number of inspirational patients who I have had and currently have the pleasure of knowing and treating them for their pancreatic cancer.

Desleigh Hepburn

Walking for my Uncle Spud.


My mum Peg and her sister Fil were both taken by this horrendous cancer. Mum brought my brother and me up on her own after losing dad when I was 5. She was an incredibly strong woman who was inspirational. My aunt was like another mother, equally strong and inspirational . Both had a wicked sense of humour and I really miss that. I'm walking for them, and all the others : past, present and future - though hopefully these will be fewer.

My fund raising was done to honour 2 loved ones lost to pancreatic cancer. Maria and Shane. May they rest in peace xoxoxo

Georgia Kurath

To my amazing Mum, you inspire me every day. Keep fighting!! Youโ€™ve got this ๐Ÿฅฐ

Janelle Edwards

My Dad at age 18 when he joined the RAAF in1942 for his big adventure โ€œjoining upโ€. He lost the biggest battle of his life age 70 in 1994, only to be joined by his first grandson, our son, in 2019, also from pancreatic cancer. The reason I am walking. RIP my beloved men.

Sharelle George

I am a follow cancer fighter and I am doing this challenge to help raise money to fight cancer, even though its not my type of cancer that I'm fighting for life, I want to raise what I can to help everyone who is going through cancer, chemo, radiation. I've been fighting this for 7 and a half years and some days are tougher than others I've found. I know I have my good days and bad days but we all have to keep fighting and gain our strength as we all fight it daily.

For Sam, For Lindsay, for Nick, for John, for lloyd,

For all those we carry in our hearts forever.


To remember my Oma and support my beautiful friend Jean as she currently fights pancreatic cancer. Anything to help stop this insidious disease!

My nanna died of cancer in 2018 . I am doing this for her. She was always a big supporter of me and what I chose to do for my life. She was an amazing person and I always miss her


RIP big brother - NOEL CLIFFORD LUNT. A well respected father of 5 and grandfather of many who loved me unconditionally. Miss your smile and laughter.

Kaz Byron

We had just 5 days from diagnosis with my brother Doug, of course he knew he was sick but a misdiagnosis is cirrhosis of the liver stopped them looking further. By the time Iโ€™d stamped my foot and demanded more, the MRI showed spots on his liver and his pancreas so full of cancer there wasnโ€™t even room for a stint. He was told 3-8 weeks, it was the first week of December 2016! We were holding on for one last Christmas but he didnโ€™t make it, he left us after 5 days, not even time to say goodbye! ๐Ÿ˜ขโ™ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿ’œ


I am doing this for my incredible Dad. He was able to have the Whippel procedure and we are grateful that he is still here although cancer indicators are up again so making the most of every day.๐Ÿฅฐ

Andrew Macaulay

I'm walking for a fantastic friend who was diagnosed 2 years ago and is still trying to fight this aweful disease. She is a one eyed Collingwood supporter so she's a little nuts ๐Ÿ’œ but we love her

Typhoon le Garde

I am giving up sugar to remember Grandad.


I am walking for my Dad who passed in early April, 6 weeks after being diagnosed. His passing has been devastating to our family. He was a true gentleman, loved sharing a joke or story, would help anyone out and loved travelling around Australia. Pancreatic cancer is such a cruel disease, one of the hardest cancers to diagnose. We love and miss him every day xo


Doing this in memory of my 2 best friends who both lost there lives to pancreatic cancer. I miss them each and every day

Michelle Cooper

Walking to pay tribute to my partners father, and my friendโ€™s mother and uncle. It has touched so many lives around me. Letโ€™s work together to raise money to fight this terrible disease! ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป

Cassandra Neave

I am walking in memory of my beautiful mum who was taken from us, by this horrible disease, at the very young age of just 27. Even after 39years, not a day goes by where I donโ€™t miss my mum. x

My Mum, My Best Friend

In Rememberance of My Beautiful loving Mum, 20/01/20. I miss you every day๐Ÿ’œ Love Allison Im moving to help all those that that are still fighting the big fight!!โค

Sarah Kelleher

I am taking part this September to remember my grandad, Peter. He was taken in 11 short weeks by this horrible disease. I miss him every day and hope he is looking down on me and my children, keeping us safe โ™ฅ๏ธ


Weโ€™re 5 days in. Iโ€™ve decided to do 63ks. Thatโ€™s the number of people that pass each week. This is for those that suffer. They struggle. Most donโ€™t survive.

Sandra Fox

Walking in honor of my beautiful friend Gail.

Remembering my Mum & Dad, Joan & Jim Taylor

Dad got the cancer first and he only lasted 3 months, nearly to the day, from diagnosis. He originally thought he needed a hip transplant but when they scanned him Pancreatic Cancer was discovered and it had spread to his bones, liver and lungs. He had always been healthy with no known ailments until his hip started playing up and he started losing weight quite rapidly. He was 81 years old. Mum was reasonably healthy for another few years but then seemed to just give up and moved into a hostel and eventually stopped walking for no apparent reason. She knew she was dying but didn't want to find out for sure but they scanned her anyway and Pancreatic mass found. She lived for another 6 weeks following this and dies at the age of 86. I have 5 siblings and we are all susceptible to this disease so I hope we get more warning and earlier than they did. This is the main reason I am walking this month so that more people can be saved or at least helped through research.

Veronica Noonan

We remember and miss Dad everyday! This is just a little something I can do to help prevent other families from losing loved ones to this horrible disease ๐Ÿ’”

Tyler Moran

I know I'm not alone.๐Ÿ˜Š

Gone now, forever remembered. I love you and I miss you. I am walking 100km and more this September to remember those we have lost and those who are fighting and to help prevent this from happening to others. Together we can all take a stand (or a walk) and help each other, help our families, help ourselves to overcome and continue to fight hard.


You thought you would have longer, you thought we had more time, little did you know life had other plans. I remember the day you were diagnosed, the look on your face while you told me. The look on the doctors face when he looked at your date of birth. 32 years old! 12 weeks and 2 days from the day you were diagnosed to the day I lost you! I miss and love you so much! Always and forever, Forever and always

Wendy J Wright

Im doing this walk in rememberance of my beautiful sister-in law Tina who only survived 87 days after diagnosis and her equally gorgeous father Livio who survived 20 days from diagnosis. We lost them both exactly 5 weeks apart. Its also to remember everyone who has lost their fight or still fighting this cancer, i hope their is a cure someday. ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

Shanaye Cooper

Iโ€™m walking 200kms this month to remember my grandad and support others through pancreatic cancer, acknowledging my mother and grandma who battled and overcome it๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’œ

My first Fathers Day without you Dad! I miss you everyday. You were told you had 7 weeks to live, you made it to 10 weeks. You fought so bravely & left us with so much love. We are all so proud of you ๐Ÿ’œ


My Dad was always my hero. We were quite close and shared many similarities. He got his diagnosis just before Christmas. His main concern was having his affairs in order for myself and my sister, when he should have been taking that time for himself. All those around him told of times he'd helped them out in one way or another. We lost him in early February and our lives have changed forever. My first birthday without him, his birthday without him and Fathers Day today without him, all sad days. The great memories help. Although he didn't know we'd keep his dogs and farm going, i know he'd be wrapped if he did. Life goes on without him, only because it has to, but it will never be the same. Forever held in our hearts and always missed. Love you my Daddio. โคโคโค

My Dad, My Hero

For my beautiful dad who grew his angel wings on 10th August 2021 after only 3 and a half months from diagnosis. To know him truly was to love him ๐Ÿ’œ

Maxine Schleicher

A tribute to Alessio Pieri ~ a father much loved ~ un padre molto amato. Alessio was the father of my dear friend Jo. He travelled from Italy to Australia as a young man in 1961 and lived and worked in Manjimup for 33 years in the timber milling industry. His greatest achievement was being a doting parent along with his loving wife Elvira. He loved a good laugh, great company, remembering old stories, teaching his children about the stars, a passion for his vegetable garden, pets and a good footy game. Sadly after a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer - which was advanced - Alessio succumbed to this dreaded illness on 22nd of February 2016. ๐ŸŒฟStill in the hearts of his family and remembered by friends ๐ŸŒฟ


I am thinking of a special man who I cared for. I cannot remember ever crying so hard at losing a patient. His story is very close to mine but he is longer here to tell it.

Robert Campbell

I and my children are walking 63kms for my wonderful husband and father, Robert. He has been gone 15 years but never forgotten, always loved and cherished xxx

Susan Cain

I have taken the #rememberseptember challenge in memory of my partner Gavin who fought courageously for 10 months and passed away December 2021. He was a true warrior and my soulmate. Miss you more than words can say my sweet man.


Missing you today as always. My Dad, taken way too soon by this horrible disease. Love you so much xx โค๏ธ Frank Weaire โค๏ธ

Brad Willmot

Even to this day, this photo of Dad is my lasting memory of him during his battle with pancreatic cancer- still able to smile and show strength and calmness as his happy life was stripped away.

Chris Johnson

Hey dad, our third fathers day without you. And still missing you just as much as ever. That's one of the reasons I do this walk, sure the exercise is important, but if it raises money to make a difference and save even one person's life. You should never have gone through this, no one else should have to either.

Jan Fry

Happy Heavenly Fathers Day Keith


Missing my brother in-law Paul who died of pancreatic cancer in 2020. He left behind a wife and 3 children

To all the Dads who will always have a place in - each of your children's - Happy Fathers Day xxx

Brenda hewitt

In loving memory of Adrian we were married for 51 years who passed away after a short battle in June of inoperable pancreatic cancer Will be very missed by all his loved ones

Robyn Miller

Darren was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in Feb 2021 with metastasis to liver & was told this cancer would take his life. He went through about 6 or 7 months of chemo & a number of times ended up back in hospital after his doses. We were planning on getting married but found out too late that he was in fact already married (him & his ex got married in Vanuatu years ago & both did not believe their marriage to be legal/valid here in Australia). We didn't have enough time to get them divorced so we could marry. We were lucky enough to at least have a commitment ceremony in the hospice and he lost his fight on December 10th the day after our ceremony. He left behind three sons (previous relationships) & our beautiful little girl Saige, who was only 4yrs when he passed away. Not a day goes by that we don't think about him, laugh at the funny times, cherish the memories & remember his perks & quirks. As long as we remember him & still love him dearly, he lives on in our hearts ๐Ÿ’™ We hope one day there will be medical advances to help test early & prevent this heartache for so many families. I am so grateful we got 10 months with his unlike some other dear souls who lost their loved ones within weeks or days. All my love to you my darling Dazza xo "Love you with all our hearts & all our farts" ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’™ All my love to the other families hurt by this shit of a sneaky horrible disease ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Caroline Schaap

Remembering you today, Dad, for everything you were, and continue to be in our memories. Lots of love to our Dad/Pa-Pa, Reverend Fluffy Ears ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”

Thinking of Glen Robert duffin today who passed away in 2017 after a short courageous battle

Beth Heather

I am walking 63 km this September in honour of my husband Brian. I miss you so much ,every minute of every day,I will always love you

Megan Marrison

To our wonderful Dad; always with us. Bushwalker, adventurer, fitter and turner, family man, clever, humble, funny and hard working. Loving. Living with us in our hearts & minds. Died 2975 just after turning 61 if pancreatic cancer. Weโ€™re doing this for youโ€ฆand all the other Dads


To the most kind, generous and loving man .. the best Dad and Grandad there ever was who loved life and being with his family ..๐Ÿ’œ taken so cruelly.. Always remembered always loved especially by his children and grandchildren who adored all the times playing with you ๐Ÿ’œ Remembering you this Fatherโ€™s Day and hoping we can stop more beautiful fathers being taken .. walking 270km this September for you ๐Ÿ’œ


Remembering my dad today, taken away at 59 to this hideous cancer. He had so much life left to live. I hope that we can find a way to diagnose early and treat well enough that we can get people to survive. โค๏ธ

Alexandra Pappas

After coming across Remember September last year in 2021, my sisters and I have now pledged to walk every year to raise funds for this great cause. We lost our treasured father Terry in 2019 to this insidious disease, just a couple of weeks after his diagnosis. Participating in Remember September is our way of honouring him, especially on an extremely difficult day like Fathers Day. We are determined to see a world without pancreatic cancer and will continue to support this great cause until that day comes.

Lynese Lodge

Sadly pancreatic cancer took my Dad away ๐Ÿ˜ข I miss him every day Happy heavenly fathers day xx

Cathy Bulot

Iโ€™m running 100km this month to remember my father who was taken by this awful disease 16 years ago. He was an amazing father who worked tirelessly to building a better life for his family whom he loved unconditionally until his last breath was taken. Love you dad ๐Ÿ’•


Happy heavenly Fatherโ€™s Day to my amazing Dad! 4 years ago you left this earth and life has never been the same. This September I want to raise what I can to help research for early detection Against this horrible disease.


Iโ€™m doing this for you Dad and all the other people who are fighting this horrible disease. Happy Heavenly Fathers Day to you and all the other dads who arenโ€™t here to be with their families ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


Iโ€™m walking 63km in memory of my dad who I lost 5 years ago in September to PC. I was living over in London and got a phone call on a Friday night that dad had PC and didnโ€™t have long to live. I was on a plane the next morning and made it back home on the Monday morning. He passed that night with me, my mum and brother by his side. He wasnโ€™t diagnosed until two days before he passed. Hereโ€™s hoping We can all raise some good money so people have more time than I did with their loved ones. Sending everyone love and good luck for September. ๐Ÿ’œ


Iโ€™m doing this for you Dad and all the other people who are fighting this horrible disease. Happy Heavenly Fathers Day to you and all the other dads who arenโ€™t here to be with their families ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Connie Errington

Remembering you especially today as it is your birthday. I miss you still so much Mum. So much has changed since you were taken. I love you forever. Happy Birthday mumma. XXX


A beautiful person with a heart of gold โค๏ธ

Bec Day

Hey, I'm getting active this month for my dad. He is having surgery this week to remove the tumour after having 3 months of chemo. Keep Calm, Stay Positive...๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿค—


I am walking for my dear friend pili that lost her battle in april this year. She was amazing and kind and beautiful.

Tanya Reed

I am doing this walk in honour of my beautiful n brave mum. Mum decided to go in her own way, just 47 days after she was diagnosed. Mum stopped all live saving measures. She was surrounded by her loving family n without pain. Mum you will always inspire me, your bravery to tackle this horrible disease was amazing. Love n miss you forever and always ๐Ÿ’“

Jodie Gerakelis

I lost my dad to pancreatic cancer in 2013. Not a day goes by that I donโ€™t miss him or think about him. He was my mate. I miss our daily check ins. I am doing this walk so research can be done to prevent or find this cancer much earlier than is currently occurring to prevent others from losing a loved one in this way ๐Ÿ’œ


Doing it for mum... miss you


Doing for Mum... love and miss you


Remembering my lovely neighbour and good friend Maryanne who grew her angel wings 6 months after diagnosis. Sadly missed and fondly remembered

Nan Jan team

Our beautiful Mum/Nan died 4 Oct 2020 from this horrible disease. She was gone 8 weeks from diagnosis. Mum had lost Dad/Pop in February 2019 from dementia. To lose them both to these diseases is sad beyond belief . We miss them both every second of every day and know they are watching over us ๐Ÿ˜ช๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’•

Christine Calladine

This is my first year participating and I'll be doing it in memeory of my Dad - The bravest man I have ever known ๐Ÿ’œ Dad was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in late 2005 and was only given 3mths to live ๐Ÿ˜ฅ He fought so hard to kick Cancer's ass, he even participated in a couple of clinical trials at Liverpool Hospital, UK. He said that although he knew he couldn't beat it he was going to do everything he could to help find a cure for this evil disease so future generations wouldn't have to suffer. For just over 2yrs he never gave up - his courage and determination brought him precious time. So much so that he was able to walk me down the isle on my wedding day, hold his first born grandchild and make some amazing memories before finally being taken from us in January 2008 at such a young age of 56 (only 19days before his 57th birthday). My Dad is my hero - I remember him daily, miss him so deeply and love him eternally ๐Ÿ’œ

Janelle Edwards

Lost both my Dad at 70 and our son at 47 to pancreatic cancer. No second chance for either of them as cancer so advanced when diagnosed palliative care was the only option for only a matter of weeks for both of them. Missed every single day.


This is for you dad - cheers to walking far and beating the crap out cancer.

Deb Ellison

I lost my beautiful Dad Dave to pancreatic cancer 1 year ago. My heart is still hurting. he was the life and soul of the party. No-one deserves to suffer with this awful disease. i'm walking to remember the amazing human my Dad was and to help others suffering with pancreatic cancer.

Simon Chaplin

For my Grandmother

Christina Mikan

I lost my beautiful gentle natured father on Friday 8th July this year after a very quick battle with pancreatic cancer. He was so strong all the way to the very end and never gave up. I want to walk this September in memory of my wonderful father and to help others fighting this insidious disease ๐Ÿ’œ

Amber & Lola

In loving memory of our beautiful Mum. She was a friend to so many and is sorely missed. Xxx

Sandra Wairau

Allan Bruce Harnett passed away August 2020 . Im so blessed to have you as my father your truly the most amazing person I know and miss you terribly love you always dad ๐Ÿ’•

Sandra Wairau

For you dad ๐Ÿ’•


Walking for our Aunty in NZ living with Pancreatic Cancer... even though she lives in NZ, and we're in Sydney, we want to raise awareness and funds so there can be a world without cancer... Fighting and supporting her all the way!

Geoff Mann

This September I am walking and raising money in loving memory of my wife Donna who sadly lost her battle with Pancreatic cancer on 6 Feb 2006, You are forever in our hearts

Gaby Lipscomb

In memory of my Dad and best mate who died from pancreatic cancer in 2012. He fought bravely for nearly two years. He had not long lost his wife to mantle cell lymphoma, sister to endometrial cancer and son to lung cancer. This photo is before he got sick.

Remembering my amazing mother in law Jen who passed 2020 of this awful cancer

Remembering and in honour of my beautiful aunt who would have walked millions of kilometers in her amazing life โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ

Missing you every day Aunty Pam

Beverley Gauci

I'm walking for my mum - Beverley Gauci. Mum was one of the strongest women I know. I'm so proud to be her daughter. She faced many challenges in her life. And she gave so much. She was a passionate single mum to me. She cared for her mum until her passing. She was a foster mum. She worked so hard to create a loving home for us. She loved being a mother, she said it was her greatest achievement in life. We were very close. She couldn't wait to be a grandmother. However Pancreatic cancer took that joy away from her. She fought an amazing fight for 10 months and passed away just two months before her granddaughter was born. Her legacy lives on. We will walk in her honour and tell her story. She is in our hearts always.

Kath Gorrie

We miss you everyday Dad but weโ€™ve got a lifetime of wonderful memories and weโ€™ll keep you in our hearts forever. ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Kath Gorrie

We miss you everyday Dad but weโ€™ve got a lifetime of wonderful memories and weโ€™ll keep you in our hearts forever. ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Barbara Davies

After only losing my mum to this insidious disease in July this year, she is still very much in my daily thoughts. I love the Facebook memories that pop up with her tagged in all of the activities we did together or simply reading over her comments. She was my best friend, mentor and my mum. Forever in my heart and memories. Love you mumma xxx

Emmalene Balnaves

I lost my Mum in June 2021 to this awful cancer at the age of 68. Mum was gone around 2 months after she was diagnosed, just happened so quickly! Mum is gone and although its to late for her, I'm hoping that the money raised through Remember September will help others and give people hope. Love and miss you everyday Mum. xxx

Sue Stibbard

This September I am walking in memory of a dear friend - Neil Maclean - who passed away on Anzac Day this year after a incredibly brave battle. Missed by so many. ๐Ÿ’”

Gemma Lawler

I am doing Remember September in memory of my husband Neil who passed away on the 16th May this year. In 40 days my whole life changed he was supposed to start chemo but sadly passed away 4 days later. He was medically retired from Fire & Rescue on the 5th May after 32 years of service. He spent most of the 40 days in hospital fighting infections & the cancer spreading fast. The specialists told us this cancer is going to overtake other cancers thats why i am walking so others wont have to feel the pain I feel from losing my best friend. This 1st Sept without Neil is going to be hard so many firsts - Grandson Birthday, Fathers Day, Neils Birthday & My Birthday. 15 Weeks since i lost you, & still think you will walk in the door.

Sue Stibbard

I am walking to remember my dear friend Neil who passed away on Anzac Day this year. Sadly missed by so many.


A tribute to my beautiful mum Denise, who passed away in 2020 from this awful disease. She fought so hard the least I can do is walk 63kms. Forever in our hearts a beloved Wife, Mum, Grandma, Auntie & Friend ๐Ÿ’œ


Im a Survivor Last 8mths i have been living with Pancreatic Cancer early advanced stage was left for terminal illness after being diagnosed in Dec 2021. I was offered a second opinion by my local GP and with the aggressive chemo cocktails it worked and my awesome new surgeon was able to remove the tumor ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ I am now in recovery mode so for Sep i have chosen to drink only water no soda drinks.


I'm doing this for my dad so he knows he's not alone in this fight and that he's leaving a lasting legacy of hope for others behind him.


Day 1 done 5.5km remembering my husband who passed away in June this year.

Carmel Mitchell

I'm walking for the first time this year as I lost a dear friend of mine Emma Sturdy who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer two weeks ago after being diagnosed 10 weeks ago it won't bring her back but in a hope to raise money for future research. Good Luck to everyone in the crest of reaching their goal...Remember September.

Stella Garlett

Hello everyone. I am walking at least 63km this September to remember my best friend, my Mum Wendy Garlett. She was diagnosed November 2019 and fought so hard. She gave up her fight and grew her Angel wings on the 20th May this year. It still feels like yesterday & I am still struggling quite bad, but fundraising events like this really help me with my grief. Sending all my strength to others going through what I am and the amazingly strong people living with the horrible disease ๐Ÿ’œ

My mother-in-law has been fighting since December 2021 and before this I already thought she was the strongest person I knew. No matter how she feels she will never let it show and always asks after others and how they are. And the love she has for her grandsons is just the most special thing. I'm walking to raise money for research to help people like my amazing MIL.

Alicia Yu

My mum Cris passed away from Pancreatic cancer on August 2nd 2022. Mum was my everything and I miss her dearly. I'm walking this September to remember the most amazing woman I know. This is for you mumโค๏ธ

My cousin was the strongest, kindest and most giving woman. She was my role model and taught me so much about life and about myself, constantly helping others despite her diagnosis. Within three years we had to say goodbye, but i know sheโ€™s always by my side. ๐Ÿ’œ

Leonie Zagari

In loving memory of my Nanna Gwen and my Husband's cousin Maria, who were both taken from our family by this illness.

Janice Turner

So many memories, so many smiles. Kylie Beutel always alive in our hearts. I wonder that if with today's medical advances, we would still have your smile.

Travis Boyce

Remembering a great friend. Phil Caddies

Chris Vanderley senior

Miss so much

Sophie Fisher

Iโ€™m doing this challenge in loving memory of my grandfather Alan who died from pancreatic cancer in 2011.

Paul Clarkson

I am doing this challenge to honour my dad who succumbed to this horrific disease in June this year. He fought so hard right until the very end. Dad, I was never ready for you to leave. I'm so sorry I couldn't save you. There will never be another person like you in this world. You're the most pain I've ever felt, but you're also the most beautiful life I've ever known. I will patiently await the moment when we will meet again. Until then, I will keep making you proud. Love your girl, Skye

Bernadette Jurgens

In memory of my amazing mum Margaret โค๏ธ

Kylie Sparling

Iโ€™m Walking for family taken way too soon my Husbands Mother in 2022 and Sister in 2012 Hopefully one day others can get healing answers so no more loose their family members

Nicole Parker

Walking in support of my incredible dad who passed last Christmas. Amazingly, through many many treatments, he managed to beat all the odds and hold on for almost 9 years post-diagnosis. So grateful to have had as much time as we did. But it will never be enough. Miss you dad. xxx

Sharon Hickey

Remembering my beautiful mum who was loved by so many and is still greatly missed by us all, more than 7 years later.

Kelly Pollock

Remembering and missing my sister Kathy. She was smart, caring, a good listener, funny and loving. 58 years wasnโ€™t enough. Walking with her in my heart every day. ๐Ÿ’œ


In loving memory of my beautiful wife Lee-Ann taken way too soon


๐Ÿ’œ My Dad passed away on December 4th, only a few short months after being diagnosedโ€ฆ. I couldnโ€™t get back to the UK to see him or say goodbye. Miss you every single day ๐Ÿ’œ


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Jenny hutson

It happened so fast and so painfully. You will always be my hero Terry 15 August 2022

Elanรฉ Angelides

Remembering my dad this September. Running 250km and know he'll be cheering me on all the way. Love you Pappy!


2 years on the 4/10/20 we lost my most beautiful Mum Jan to this terrible disease wich she was diagnosed with and with in 8 weeks we had to say goodbye๐Ÿ˜ช๐Ÿ’”so Mum this is for you ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿšถโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ’œand all to those who have lost there love ones.


1st walk in memory of Beryl and many more to come.

Team Zohra

We are here to support and remember our loved ones from family to friends and create awareness for Pancreatic Cancer We wish everyone good luck for the fundraiser and support for friends and family


My 39yo sister Melissa passed away leaving a beautiful daughter behind I miss her

J, You were the love of my life. I miss you and love you so much!! Always and forever!

Jessica O'Shannessy

Devastated when my sister was diagnosed, she fought hard, but after 4 months couldn't go on. We miss her every day. I want to help end this disease

Private Pasisi (Patiti)

This September, our Team is taking part in the Give It Up challenge! Last year we walked/jogged/cycled 113kms, so we're going to change it up this year and instead, give something up. We will give up ALL liquids except water and juice, to honour - Private Pasisi (aka Veti) - a dear father, brother, uncle, husband, cousin, nephew, grandfather and great-grandfather who passed away 11-3-21 after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer only 5 weeks prior. The remembering and honouring of Dad (and those dealing with it now), brings up anguish and pain that pierced through us when Dad took his final breaths in front of us, his dearest ones - a moment my Mum, sisters, son-in-law and grandchildren will never ever forget. Gone but never forgotten Dad, this will not bring you back, but it will give hope, help and inspiration to those who will be touched by this disease somewhere in their family line.

Tammy Welsh

Tomorrow I start my 63kms walk for Remember September (63kms for the 63 Australians who die from pancreatic cancer each week.๐Ÿ˜ข) I am doing this walk for my Sister ๐Ÿ’œ Who we lost to Pancreatic Cancer in February this year ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ She fought so hard ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ so proud of her ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œDebbie Kaye Gibson ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ ๐Ÿ’œ9.11.59 - 3.2.22๐Ÿ’œ 62yrs young ๐Ÿ’œ ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œSo very loved, so very missed ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


In memory of my beautiful brother Barney who was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic cancer. He fought hard for two and a half years but unfortunately lost his battle at the age of 61. Not a day goes by that I donโ€™t think of him. Miss him heaps.


My beautiful brother was diagnosed at 48 and fought a good fight. Unfortunately he passed 15 months later aged 49. I hope that somehow research will find a cure for this terrible cancer

Anthea D'Opera

Our family lost Mum, the matriarch of our family, just over 6 years ago, to this insidious disease. After diagnosis, she fought with everything she had to give it a good nudge, and that she did for 3 years. Every effort and cent raised that may in some way help research into curing cancer is worth it. We miss you Mum, your loving family xx


Walking 63klm in Septmeber in memory of my Mum. She died 4 years ago this September, forever in our hearts!

Robyn McDonald - Mum

I always knew that I would loose you one day, that was my biggest fear- on 25th July 2020 you were diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic cancer โ€“ but you still arranged for flowers to be sent to me for my Birthday even though you had a stroke days beforeโ€ฆand were given only months to never complained even once and always said thank you โ€“ I watched you through chemo / the blood tests weekly / it just never made sense โ€“ I asked you one day how are you coping โ€“ you said you had accepted this. You put everything in place before yourself โ€“ but that was you โ€“ selfless, always putting everyone before you โ€“ I miss you and love you โ€“ you will always be my world โ€“ I have always aspired to be just like you โ€“ but you were one special person - love you Mum - xx


5 years this awful disease took you. Never a day goes by mum that I don't miss you . Love you always

Elizabeth Peterson

Such amazing courage and determination. Keep fighting baby bro!

Nerida Carson

I am Moving It for Remember September in honour and memory of my Mum, Rhonda. She was one of my best friends, biggest supporters and inspirations in life. She was 73 in March this year, diagnosed with stage 4 Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma 1st June, which had already spread to her liver. She passed away 6th August, we were with her until her last breath. Her battle was short but fierce, given her diagnosis. Even though my heart is broken I know doing this will help more than just those receiving. I know it will be part of my healing journey and my children's. We said, "see you later" rather than goodbye. Because one day we will meet again. I love her so much.

Andrea Draper

In Honour of my sister in lawโ€™s beautiful mother โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ


My previous post took the wrong photo from my photo library . This is my beautiful mum with her husband Barry and my son Matt before she passed . They are all together in heaven now ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’œ


I am doing this challenge I memory of my beautiful mum Judy who passed away 5 years ago with pancreatic cancer and her beautiful cousin Patricia who passed with it in April this year. I am also taking up this challenge in memory of beautiful son Matt who passed in June in an accident in Italy ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ’” Matt challenged himself everyday to live bigger , better and without fear . Your Mumsie misses you sooo much ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’œ


I lost my Mum to Pancreatic Cancer in March 2020. This is an insidious cancer and is the 5th highest cause of death by cancer. More needs to be done to ensure families do not experience this trauma.

Nicola Woods

Doing it for dad, passed 5 years ago and greatly missed. A fighter until the end xx

Aidan Byrne

I have decided to walk 2km per person we lose each week to Pancreatic cancer this September! My inspiration has come from losing my mum Allison to Stage 4 PC in April 2020 after a 5 month battle that she so bravely fought! not a day goes by that she is not our thoughts!

Allan McNaught

We miss you so much. Remembering you with love.

Shaydan mcguire

Doing this for both mother in law and father in law who have both been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer

Susan Pitcher

Remembering my Dad every day. He passed away from Pancreatic Cancer, 2009 aged 79. Such a great bloke. He was definitely the glue that held the family together. I miss you Dad.

Kylie edwards

Thinking of u always mum


I'm remembering my dear brother Dave who died of this horrible disease after 5 months after diagnosis, he was only 51 years young. Miss you everyday Dave. xxx


My mother fought against this horrible disease for 5 years. It was a fluke they found it early. During those years, and enduring two major operations, she made every day count and created more memories with family and friends. She was/is the kindest and most forgiving person I've ever known. Blessed to call her my mum. Keep watching over us all ๐Ÿ’œ My uncle was diagnosed late and passed away 6 months later. Even though he lived in Europe, I had the privilege of being able to spend quality time with him over the years. The first time was in 2001 for his surprise birthday party, where he insisted I stay with him and my aunt for a few days. Always welcoming and generous with his time - this is how I will remember him. Both loved and missed.

Kirk Wilkinson

Love and miss you both, you were taken too soon! x

Jamie millican

I have lost many family and freinds and have some going through . I absolutely doing it for so many

Have many family and freinds who either lost there battle or are going through it.

Leisa Shields

I'm doing this to honour two very special people in my life โค๏ธ ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


Iโ€™m doing this challenge for my parents who have both been diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer this year. Two of the most amazing humans ever who did not deserve this diagnoses. ๐Ÿ’œ


My step father who raised me like his own. Still shattered everyday for our loss.


I am taking part this year in memory of my beautiful mum Jenny who lost her 20 month battle with Pancreatic cancer just 5 weeks ago. Mum was the most kind, giving and caring person I know and was always ready to lend a hand to anyone who needed it, in whichever form they needed it. I am hoping that by participating in this years Remember September we are keeping that beautiful legacy of hers going. Love you mum โค๏ธ

Chris Brodhurst

I'm remembering our work mate, Ray. Who we still miss.

Rachael. P

Iโ€™ve decided to take this challenge in remembrance of my pop John, sadly he passed away recently due to cancer right through his body. I walking to remember the aches and pains he felt in his body on a daily basis as he used to say to me it feels like Iโ€™ve been on a 60km walk, if John could live like this everyday and still manage a smile I can easily do this๐Ÿ’œ wish me luck ๐Ÿ€ pop john im going to do this for you ๐Ÿ’œ R.I.P.

Typhoon le Garde

Iโ€™m remembering my Grandad. He died in May this year. I miss him a lot.


Miss you more than life


In memory of my dear mum, Sheela, who passed away at the age of 57. Taken too soon, but forever lives in the hearts she left behind โค๏ธ


David you are in our hearts always. Love you xx

Karen Barsby

So sad to read about the loss of so many loved ones to this horrible cancer. I am remembering my mum Heather Barsby who was dealt the wrong hand at 63 . I struggle every day missing her so much 13 years onโ€ฆ.

Kim and peter

We have lost our friend Shirley this week to this terrible disease and a cousin last year and we also remember Michael who our whole team is dedicating the walk to Hoping the money raised can help with the research to find a cure

Janine Sly

Iโ€™m walking for my beautiful Dad, who died only 10 months post diagnosis aged 71. We all miss him so much & hope other families donโ€™t have to endure the grief we have endured since losing him to this insidious disease. Letโ€™s hope the $ we raise can help find not only a cure but an early detection of this cancer . Love you Dad ๐Ÿ’œ

Chris Brodhurst

Doing it for a work colleague that died a year ago due to pancreatic cancer.

Anne Franzone

My beautiful mum 74 years old passed away from pancreatic cancer, as did her father. It was devastating for myself & sisters to see mum deteriorate so quickly, she passed away 5 and half weeks later. It was traumatic for my family as my father who was dying of liver cancer had to watch his wife go. Mum passed away 17.11.2013 and dad 11.4.2014 Together with my son & nephews we want to kick pancreatic cancer & some day have a cure.

Andrea Shepherd

My Mum who fought so bravely and lost the battle only 9 months after being diagnosed. I miss her every day. I will be running my kmโ€™s and hope to raise a lot for research. ๐Ÿ’•

Christine Ellis

I will be walking with my awesome team in memory of my sister , no words to express how much she is missed by all who knew her. Hoping that our fund raising will help research find a cure for this terrible disease.

Kim Price

You are dearly Missed Maxine. I hope you are shining down bright on your family as they are struggling 1 year on. ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Linda French

I will be proudly walking in honour of my mother & sister in September, letโ€™s all join together and raise some serious dollars, and help get rid of this cruel hideous cancer ...#stayingstrong #fightingforall

Les Bate

Remembering Daryl Murray a fellow patient who I met whilst we were in Hospital together and unfortunately lost his battle with this horrible discease. Will always be in my thoughts


My Aunty Janet. She was like my mom who passed away as well. Cyn and I would visit her with popia most Fridays.


Randy Pausch Was an American educator, a professor of computer science, humanโ€“computer interaction, and design at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pausch learned he had pancreatic cancer in September 2006. In August 2007, he was given a terminal diagnosis: "three to six months of good health left". He gave an upbeat lecture titled, "The Last Lecture: Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams" on September 18, 2007 at Carnegie Mellon, which became a popular YouTube video and led to other media appearances. He co-authored a book of the same name, The Last Lecture, which became a New York Times best-seller. Pausch died of complications from pancreatic cancer on July 25, 2008, aged 47. Source:

Kirk Wilkinson

Love and miss you both, you were taken too soon! x

Vanessa McElhinney

In loving memory of our little brother Frank, you're forever in our hearts.

Scott & Kaye Curtis

We lost my dear mother Helen Curtis to pancreatic cancer back in 2020. She was taken way to early and we miss her dearly. I am determined to do what I can to help raise money which will help with life saving research into pancreatic cancer by walking 80km

Gena Edser

My dad was my hero and inspires me everyday to be a better person. He was the kindest and most genuine person youโ€™d ever meet. Thereโ€™s not a day that goes by when I donโ€™t think of him and feel so grateful to have had him for my dad. Iโ€™m walking and cycling in memory of my dad Colin. My hero.

Karen Bowden

Remembering Richard Bowden 38yrs old. Richard left this world on 01/04/2009. Richard left behind his loving wife and 2 children and 2 step children. Richard fought pancreatic cancer really hard until it beat him. This is a silent killer and we need to find a way to find early warning signs. I hate you cancer!!!!

Rosanne Mileto

Remembering a very dear friend who passed away May 2021 aged 54 just 6 short months after a late diagnosis.

Derrin Davis

The whole family - children, partners and grand-children are raising funds in honour of Mary Davis, a loving wife, mother and grandmother, who is currently battling this awful illness

Cherry Pearce

I lost a wonderful husband of 31 years and a loving father on the 12th June 2022. At the age of 59 he passed away from this horrible disease. So many precious family memories have been given but now he will no longer be part of these moments. Taken way too soon....find a cure please so families do not have to lose loved ones.

Amy Boyagi

My Dear Dad. You have a whole army behind you. Keep fighting! We love you so much xx

To my amazing Dad who is fighting this. We love you so much.


In loving memory of my Mum Sue, affectionately called Ma Kettle ๐Ÿ’œ 5 years this September, dearly loved and missed ๐Ÿ’œ

For my colleagues mum and for the 63 Australians that lose their lives each week from pancreatic cancer

Ebony Kerle

In memory of my dear mum Cindy Kerle who passed away last year at the age of 57. Mum was one of the few that made it to the 5 year mark after originallybeing given 6 months, she was one very tough and determined woman. Forever remembered and always by our side.


Together we can built a better community and support each other.

robyn organ

I'm remembering my dearest sister Kath, pictured here with her beloved 'boys'. Kath who was 58 was diagnosed end of March 2020 and passed away on 22nd June 2020. Kath could light up a room and we miss her terribly.

Brenda Robertson

My sister Vicki Reid and I are walking in remberance of our sister Gai Keaton who passed away after a 6 months battle of pancreatic cancer last year. Let's hope we can find an early detection program and cure for this hideous disease that lays quietly doing damage long before detection.

Sue Webb

My beautiful dad left us in May this year, after fighting this horrible cancer for 18 monthsโ€ฆ..his positive mindset throughout was absolutely amazing! We will miss you everyday Dad - you were everything to us xxx๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•โค๏ธโ€๐Ÿฉนโค๏ธโ€๐Ÿฉน


Iโ€™m am walking 63km for the 63 Australians that lose their lives each week from pancreatic cancer.

Chris Barrett

On the 8th May this year I lost my wonderful husband of nearly 56 years to this absolutely dreadful disease. Graham fought so hard for 18 monthsโ€ฆโ€ฆhe never once complained & he was just so brave. Iโ€™m walking this September (along with my 3 children) in honour of Graham - he would be so happy to know we are doing this for him. I miss him more and more everydayโ€ฆ..and would do anything to have him back xxxโค๏ธโ€๐Ÿฉน

Julie Wilson

Iโ€™m loving memory of my dad Wayne. 2 years ago we lost you and thatโ€™s 2 years of feeling you walk with each of us everyday guiding those who loved you through this life. Melbourne demons won the flag for you last year dad and Iโ€™m sure with your help from above they can do it again. Miss you and Love all of your family.

Bianca Hayes

In loving memory of my father inlaw Russ Hayes xxx

Doing this for you Bob โค๏ธ

Lisa T

Our beautiful sewing group is remembering our precious friend Carmel who sadly lost her battle with Pancreatic Cancer in June 2022, just 1 year after diagnosis. She was an integral member of our friendship group and we remember and miss her everyday. She was a wonderful person and loved by many. Our reason for doing this fundraiser is to honour Carmel and to help others who may be going through the same thing.


I am remembering my beautiful mum who lost her battle three and a half years ago. Sadly like many, she was diagnosed far to late and she struggled hard for 5 months. I am looking forward to raising money to help with better outcomes in the future. ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


On the 9th July 2022 I lost my beloved Husband Alan to this horrible disease after just short of 6 months and fighting so so hard to beat it. They put him on Chemo and he never complained cos he wanted to Live for himself and his family but ended up in hospital everytime he had chemo and due it spreading to his left leg/groin and hip he agreed to Radiation as they promised it would help with his pain and stop the spread. He had so much to Live for...he was Dad to our 3 beautiful girls and Poppy to our 6 gawgaus grandbabies that miss him like CRAZY and don't understand why he had to leave. HON, I am doing this walk for you as you were so Brave and miss you like crazy. You never complained no matter how much pain you were under and do this in your HONOUR. LOVE YOU FOREVER HON


In June 2022, I lost my husband of 14 years; my soulmate of 17 years, father to two precious sons to this horrible disease. He fought sooooo incredibly hard for 3 years. He was/is an amazing man and truly inspirational. Forever young at 45!

Curtis And Matthew Wilson

Moving it for our Dad this September. Miss him everyday


Remembering my Dad who fought so hard but unfortunately lost his battle.


September is the perfect month to remember my Dad. Dad died on January 2, 2002, three weeks after his first grandchild turned 1. Three days after he died, I discovered I was pregnant with my second son. He was born in September and his likeness to my Dad in every way is uncanny. Dad loved and doted on his first grandchild so very much and he would have also loved and doted on his second grandson and his granddaughter. Dad was so greatly loved and is equally as greatly missed. In memory of Warren Kenneth Dunston 21/06/1943-02/01/2002

Michelle Gallagher

Not A Day Goes By That I Don't Think Of My Adored Dad & Wish That I Could Have Just 1 More Hug, 1 More Conversation, 1 More Chance To Tell Him That I Love & Miss Him.....RIP My Papa Bear ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œTill I See You Again ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


Choosing this challenge an to help do our bit as my partner was diagnosed feb 2021. His strength an willingness to keep fighting an enjoying the little things in life , make me love him more and more each day. I will always be by your side as we deal with life together. Love you Ralphy.


In loving memory to my dad love you heaps xxoo

In loving memory of dad (David Butters) you will be greatly missed

You are missed everyday...and taken before we had time to yarn about all the things "when I grew up". I am walking to remember all those taken too soon...

Kim Williams (Kimbo)

Walking again this year for my loving husband. I miss him every day. Not a bad word ever said about anyone and never a whinge from him during his courageous battle with this hideous disease. I hope my small contribution can go towards much needed research for others. Love you mate xx

Amber Lamprecht

In honour of my dad. I think of you every day and miss you terribly. Life is not the same without you here to share it with

In memory of our beautiful Narelle โ€œRabโ€ Williams who succumb to this dreaded disease in June 2016. She was the most beautiful mother and Nanny to all her grandchildren. There isnโ€™t a day we donโ€™t think of her and miss her dearly. She was only 57 years young.


In memory of my beautiful mum, you are loved beyond measure and missed each and everyday. You could never be forgotten, until we meet again xx

Cathy Bulot

In loving memory of my dad whoโ€™s love and commitment to his family was never short of inspiring. Miss u dad ๐Ÿ’•

Iโ€™m doing this for my mum. Her whipped procedure was unsuccessful but sheโ€™s still fighting the battle. Sheโ€™s not going anywhere just yet.

Gaye Walker

In memory of my beloved sister Deb never to be forgotten ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Bert & Jan

For our brother.


Remembering my dear friend who passed recently, she was a true inspiration! September is also her birthday month so even more reason to MOVE IT ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Tara Sinclair

This is my best friend Claire Roach. Claire lost her battle 3 years ago & I miss her every day. She touched so many lives with her kind & generous heart & her fun loving nature. Love u Claire xxx ๐Ÿ˜˜โค๐Ÿค—๐ŸŒˆ

Jan Fry

My husband had pancreatic & Liver Cancer in 2017, he fought it for 14 mths & passed away on Australia Day 2018. His was terminal, non operable when they discovered it.

Carolyn Goodchild

Losing a parent is so hard, I didn't know how hard until it happened. My heart aches every day for you Mum, you were amazing as you faced your journey. Diagnosed in August 2021 and passed away just 3 months later. I was so lucky to be with you and share such a precious and unique time and for that I am truly grateful x

Carolina Dโ€™Angelo

In loving memory of our beautiful father who never let this brutal cancer take away his courageous and brave spirit. To those and their families who have been on this journey past and present we feel your pain and sadness.

Pam Swayn

I earnestly urged our family and friends to donate to PANKIND in memory of my husband, Ian. Knocked our socks off! Who'd a thought it?? Our wonderful, funny and seemingly fit and healthy man was breathless on out of energy for three days before entering hospital - 17 weeks later he was gone from us - after 56 and half years marriage. Rest in Peace, my darling.

Kate Douglas

Love you Dad โค๏ธ Hope you are enjoying universe 2 ๐Ÿ’•

Chrissie Calladine

This is my first year participating and I'll be doing it in memeory of my Dad - The bravest man I have ever known ๐Ÿ’œ Dad was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in late 2005 and was only given 3mths to live ๐Ÿ˜ฅ He fought so hard to kick Cancer's ass, he even participated in a couple of clinical trials at Liverpool Hospital, UK. He said that although he knew he couldn't beat it he was going to do everything he could to help find a cure for this evil disease so future generations wouldn't have to suffer. For just over 2yrs he never gave up - his courage and determination brought him precious time. So much so that he was able to walk me down the isle on my wedding day, hold his first born grandchild and make some amazing memories before finally being taken from us in January 2008 at such a young age of 56 (only 19days before his 57th birthday). My Dad is my hero - I remember him daily, miss him so deeply and love him eternally ๐Ÿ’œ

Louise Tzelios

In honour for my mum / grandma

Louise Tzelios

To Remember my mum

Sam w

Just want to honour 2 people my aunt that passed away a couple of years ago it is such a killer happened so fast we didnโ€™t even get to say goodbye. And recently an aunty again got diagnosed and itโ€™s too far along so all we can do is make it as comfortable for her as possible. But anything I can do to help will be done

5 months since you left us Mum. Miss you terribly ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ

Cheryl Pearce

Iโ€™m taking part of this to remember my dad. It is a terrible disease that effects so many people. Iโ€™m hoping the money raised will help others and give hope to those fighting to survive ๐Ÿ’œ

Teresa Francis

Mark we miss you everyday. You were so much fun and lived your life to the fullest. Watching you fight is something I saw as an inspiration. YOU never gave in or gave up! You were an amazing mate and I feel so blessed to have been included in your world. Friends for life ..........forever young.........and forever crazy arse mates.


Iโ€™m walking to support my dad who is currently battling pancreatic cancer. He has just hit the 12 month mark since diagnosis, cherishing every moment I have with him.


Remember September, for me, it's to celebrate and honour my Mum's life. To try to explain just how much my Mum means to me is an impossible task, she was one of the strongest and bravest women who graced this planet. Mum was the best Mum a woman could ever ask for... for her I'd walk 1000's of kms barefoot if it meant having her back alive and healthy. If my participation helps to save just one, then that's the next best thing.

Shelly tana

Remembering all the beautiful people who have been touched by cancer and especially my beautiful husband Sam.


I am doing remember September in memory of my dear friend Simon, who passed away earlier this year after a short battle with this awful disease - and he was fabulous to the end. He was the soul mate of my dear friend Dean and taken way too early xx


Im taking part in this challenge to raise funds for pancreatic cancer research on behalf of my Dad, he passed away just over a year ago from this rotten cancer. I remember him everydayโค๏ธ


This is my beautiful mum who sadly lost her life due to this horrible disease. Mum should still be here with us! We miss her terribly. I hope that I will make a difference with walking 63kms for 63 people. Love you mum xoxo

Alan Carpenter

To my Dad, love you and miss you everyday

Everyday there is sadness in my heart because you are not here....

Libby Garness

I am doing REMEMBER SEPTEMBER in honour of a beautiful friend SUSIE SUMNER who went too early when she surcummed to this insideous disease. I met Susie through our daughterโ€™s and their psssion for Cheerleading. We met at a Cheer comp as spectators and never looked back. We had so much fun as Cheer Mumโ€™s. Susie was larger than life, effervescent with the brightest smile and a cheeky sense of humour. She made a huge mark on the lives of all she met and was true to that big persona till the last. We wear the purple proudly in remembrance of her and in the hope of finding a cure. No doubt we will raise an Aperol Spritz, champers or two along the way to our goal in Susieโ€™s honour ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Peter Marshall (Tommy turtle)

My dad passed from PC and it saddens me to think we really have no idea itโ€™s there before itโ€™s too late. Miss you dadโค๏ธ

Tom Adamson

In memory of my mum who passed away from this terrible disease on May 6th 2021

Geoff Hawkesworth

I'm walking in September to honour my beautiful wife of 47 years, Margaret, who succumbed to Pancreatic cancer in 2016, 10 months after diagnosis. Margaret fought hard, courageous to the end.


My mother, Irene Meeuwissen (pic with my Dad Peter) Her DOB 14th September 1926 Her DOD 14th May 2004 pancreatic cancer During her life she made a difference in so many lives, enriched so many lives As result she received Federation Medal and OAM, while being treated for PC, she was still volunteering for Cystic Fibrodis Vic, Monash Arts Council, Monash Carols by Candlelight.

Georgia Kurath

To my beautiful mum, youโ€™ve got this! Your determination and strength to overcome this illness is beyond inspiring. We love you lots ๐Ÿ˜˜ My thoughts are also with my Aunty Peggy and Uncle Johnny who lost their lives from this โค๏ธ

Keely Kerney

My dear dad taken way too young aged 66 and also my dadโ€™s dad aged 65. An insidious disease that I do not wish upon anyone. I miss my dad immensely. Itโ€™s 10 years since you left. You were my dad, my friend, my confidant and my saviour. Forever in my heart ๐Ÿ’œ

Karla Netana

We lost our dad suddenly to Pancreatic Cancer. I am doing Remember September for Dad ๐Ÿฆ‹ We miss him so dearly, not a day goes by without thinking of him. Love you Dad โค๏ธ

Karla Netana

We lost our dad suddenly to Pancreatic Cancer and also an Aunty. I am doing Remember September for them both! We miss them so dearly, not a day goes by without thinking of them.

Fiona Mortimer

For my amazing husband who is going through pancreatic cancer at the moment. xx

Our team is participating in this challenge in honour of all of those who have and have had pancreatic cancer. If we can help even in just a small way in finding a cure, we will be stoked. This is for you Dad ๐Ÿ’œ


I lost my amazing, loving and strong mum to pancreatic cancer. I have honestly underestimated the impact it had on me and am now ready to join the fight. My mum (and I) would never want anyone to travel the journey she did in her final days. I remember this September by contributing to find a cure or humane treatment for those suffering from this terminal condition in honour of my beautiful mumโ€ฆ โค๏ธ

Kai steele

Iโ€™ve decided this September Iโ€™m challenging myself and raising funds for this terrible disease, In Memory of my mum Meryl, who in June 2020 was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer and 4 months later she was sadly taken from us, a Nurse / midwife of 45years at her beloved Young Hospital, She had the hands of a surgeon, Eyes of a Hawk, Skills of a seamstress, Cooked like a chef, the Mind of a doctor, ๐Ÿ’œ of gold and Now an ๐Ÿฆ‹Angel๐Ÿฆ‹ caring from above Dedicated Nurse & Friend to so many

Julie Caris

I have decided to raise funds to help with pancreatic cancer for 2 woman Along with my mum who I lost to pancreatic cancer 22yrs ago, I met a dear friend 7 months ago whom I feel I have known for years, she has lived a fun filled happy life for the past 5yrs after having pancreatic cancer but sadly it has returned, this lady loved to dance, enjoyed listening to music while gathering with friends but now she is weak & this shocking disease is running her life. I know this may not help my friend but I hope it can but research is what we need to get results from diseases like this

Yvonne Tosis

I have decided to raise funds for a cure for Pancreatic Cancer in memory of a wonderful woman to my family, a person my children called Baba Tira who passed away in January 2020 after a very short battle with Pancreatic Cancer.

Caitlin Deakes

I am walking 63km for my friend Pat Haythorpe. Truly inspirational and such a warrior until the end. Never complained and was always concerned about everyone else. Left behind so many, all remembering how wonderful Pat was and how she has left a hole in our hearts. Simply the best!

Kristy Howard

I am remembering this September my beautiful husband Paul who died 12/6/20 at 52 after having getting his pancreatic cancer diagnosis 30 days before. It was quite shocking to discover his back and stomach pains were due to advanced cancer and not as a result of his work as a carpenter. By the time we found it was cancer it was in his liver, pancreas, lungs, spine. He suffered incredible pain and there was nothing medical science could do as his liver slowly shut down. To see this strong , fit man decline in front of our eyes was absolutely devastating and left us shocked and grieving. This September I want to remember him as he was, a kind, generous, cheeky, physically strong and a true carpentry craftsman. He was a loving dad to our three beautiful children and a much missed character in our country town. I hope in once day there will be early detection and effective treatment/prevention for pancreatic cancer so that others never have to experience what we went to. This is why I am walking this September.

Geraldine Adamson

A tribute to my Beautiful Mum who fought this terrible illness. She only lasted ten weeks after being diagnosed. My only wish is that we could've had more time with her. Pancreatic Cancer can't be detected till it's too late. We need to find out how to detect this terrible Cancer in it's early stages. This is the only way we can help to prevent more deaths.

Josie Samers

In memory of my beautiful dad Bill, who passed away 23 years ago, only five months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

Mary Dunstan

In memory of my Dad who passed away as a result of pancreatic cancer and my husbandโ€™s aunt, Jen, who has pancreatic cancer and is running out of time


My best friends mum has been diagnosed at Stage 4 earlier this year and I canโ€™t do anything to help her medically but I can raise awareness and some funds for research in the hope that this awful disease may not be such a grim diagnosis for my children and future generations.

I am inspired to take on this challenge by beautiful Judy, who we lost to this awful disease last year. She fought hard, always with a big smile. The world is a little bit less special without her here with us x


We miss you every day dad. Our lives have never been the same since you were taken from us. โค๏ธ

Mum, dad, Andy and I xo


My amazing husband, dad to our children, poppy to our grandies, a son , brother uncle and friend, diagnosed jan of this year and still fighting hard. Please let us find a cure for early detection

Helen (Noddy) Ainley

Mum I miss you more than anything I could ever imagine. Iโ€™m going to walk and walk my butt off and hopefully you will shine down on me and give me signs you are still with me. Noddy this oneโ€™s for you โค๏ธ

Peta Bite

I am walking in Remember September to honour my mum who we lost to pancreatic cancer 1 January 2022, we only got three short weeks with her from diagnosis to her passing, we need so much more research and treatments for this terrible disease. Please consider donating to this worthy cause.

Dawn Hudd

I am walking in September to support my beautiful husband whose diagnosis in September of 2021 came after 9 months of doctor and hospital visits across the country. Putting and end to our slow sojourn around Australia. So much more needs to be done to find a pathway to early diagnosis and treatment.


Iโ€™m walking for my best friend, Ian . He loved life and lived it to the hilt. He fought a short battle and died with strength and dignity. Sadly missed.

Toni Scott-Brown

Iโ€™m walking in September to remember mum and dad who both died from pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer treatment and management need lots more research and funding to improve the odds for sufferers. Support all people living and dying from this cancer whoever they are. My loved ones, your loved ones, you, me or complete strangers. Please consider making a small donation. Thank you very much ๐Ÿ™

Michelle Portogallo

Remembering my brave amazing, beautiful Dad Joe Tarascio, Dad you tried so hard to fight this , I love you and miss you every day ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ™


Iโ€™m doing this in tribute to my childhood friend, Lisa. Lisa was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer on Thanksgiving 2020. As she livid in the US I wasnโ€™t able to get there until early January 2022 but she fought hard and held on. I was blessed to spend the last 5 weeks of her life with her. RIP Lisa ๐Ÿ’œ

Alison palmer

I am doing this for my friend who I would have been one of her bride maids but she died before I was able to be.


In memory of my best mate. Gone 6 weeks after a terrible battle. I was honoured that he asked me to be with him for last 10 days of his life.

Vanessa Horwell

This one is for my beautiful friend Julia who lost her battle to pancreatic cancer in November 2021 Julia was the most beautiful person you will ever meet! Julia left behind 2 sons who will forever cherish their mums memory! Always thinking of you beautiful lady and you are missed very much!


Tom Pidgeon Taken too soon 6 November 2015 60 years Miss you every day.

Julie Lindsay

Miss you so much DAD you fought hard for 9 months , our lives will never be the same without you. Much loved husband, father, father in law and poppy ๐Ÿ’ž

Dianne Harry

Every day I think of my brother who had his life cut so short in such a short period of time once diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He is remembered and spoken about at every family gathering whether it be a large group or just two of us. He spoke to everyone and always had a twinkle in his eye. You couldn't go anywhere without him stopping to speak to someone, when you asked who was that he usually replied have no idea. We still joke about that today. He loved his family so much and has missed out on so much. He served in the RAAF for 20 years, was a Freemason and loved his golf (which made him exasperated very time he played) He enjoyed cooking (not really very good at that), and loved a good argument (sometimes just disagreed with someone for fun). He was my big brother whom loved very much.


My forever friend, how very dearly you are missed. Your beautiful soul touched so many hearts, you could never be forgotten. Kisses to Heaven x

I lost my best friend, my nurse, my councillor, my hero, my Mumma Bear ๐Ÿฅบ She didnโ€™t deserve to die at age 67, 2 years ago. But she did fight hard for 2.5years. I miss her everyday, and so does her grandchildren. My daughter is 6 and she cries most nights for her Granny! Iโ€™ll always help where I can to fight, to fight for all those currently battling this horrible disease, this fundraiser was always close to my Mums heart ๐Ÿ’œ For you Mumma ๐Ÿ’œ Iโ€™ll always love you ๐Ÿ’œ

Helen Shepherd

One tough woman

RIP Paul Fabre

Aged 44 - gone far too soon! You are forever in my heart Paul Fabre. Rest In Peace little brother. Love always, Danielle.

RIP Paul Fabre

Aged 44 - gone far too soon! You are forever in my heart Paul Fabre. Rest In Peace little brother. Love always, Danielle.

Simone Milne

We will walk for you Pep, how brave and strong you wereโ€ฆHow dare this beast of a disease take you away from usโ€ฆ we miss you so much broโ€ฆ. Love your little sis Sim and all the fam and friends who wish you could come back. Passed away aged 46, 10 months after diagnosisโ€ฆyouโ€™ll always be young Pep xxxx

Danielle Chayter

Aged 44 - gone far too soon! You are forever in my heart Paul Fabre. Rest In Peace little brother.

Sonia Davies

Today on Ron, Dad/Granddad birthday. We as a family have chosen to do the 63kms in September to support research for Pancreatic cancer. In 2020 we lost 4 family members to cancer within 6 mths, 3 of them were to Pancreatic cancer. We thought this was a nice way to say Happy birthday Dad/Granddad!!!

Christina Mikan

In memory of my beautiful father who was taken away from us far too quickly. He was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer on 3rd Nov 2021 and gained his angel wings on 8th July 2022. We love and miss him everyday ๐Ÿ’œ

Elizabeth Mutkins

In loving memory of my dad, Ian "Rosscoe" Ross - passed on 30/4/2014. Always in our thoughts.

Sam Medrano

In Memory of Rick Stevens (10/05/1953 - 23/06/2017) You taught me how to walk, so each step I take Dad, is for you! We all miss you dearly, but I know you not in any pain, So I will stay here a little longer, until I see you again๐Ÿ’ž I love you Dad

Linda Cobcroft

In memory of my dear friend Chris "Roundy" Mitchell. You will always be my best friend. You were always there for me . You helped me through the tough times and the good. We helped each other by talking about the problems we had. You were a true mate and I will always think of you as another one of my brothers. R.I.P gone but never forgotten.

In loving Memory of Quentin Oldfield, Dad we miss you every day ๐Ÿ’œ

Rebecca Mangion

My Dad Quentin Oldfield passed away on the 15th of June 2022 of Stage 4 Pancreatic cancer. He was he was only given 7 weeks to live but made it to 10 weeks. Dad was so brave, but suffered beyond what I can say. We love you dad & miss you everyday ๐Ÿ’œ

My grandmother has recently passed from pancreatic cancer. Life is the not the same without her here. May she Rest In Peace ๐Ÿ’œ

Kelly Seville

I lost my beautiful mum in January 2022. She survived 3 and a half weeks after being diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer. I am doing this challenge with my amazing sisters Peta and Kristy. ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


Think of you often. Struggle with the pain you suffered

Rachelle Fox

In loving memory of my beautiful brother Brett, who lost his fight with both Pancreatic and Lung Metastasis Cancers on 12th July 2022. 8 months after diagnosis. He was 46yrs young!

Kathlene Ralph

I lost my Dad to this horrible cancer on the 23rd of January 2003, 2 months after my 18th birthday. Dad was my world, always supported me no matter what. when he was in hospital he would ask for day leave just to come and watch me play hockey, he never missed a game. I love and Miss you everyday DAD

Roberta Andrews

For Anne Turcato . ๐Ÿ’


In memory of my very good friend SUELLEN WILSON who lost her fight on May 7th 2022...A beautiful soul who always put others first and had been a great source of information and support to my son who is currently fighting the fight


Miss you every day Paul.


For my best friend Penny, who fought so hard for 5 months but lost her fight on 11/05/2022 age 41. Not a hour goes by that I don't think of you or miss you. What I would give to have one more day with you ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Paige focic

My poppy! Passed away this year due to pancreatic cancer! ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿ’œ

Muoi Thi Ha

Missing you mum! RIP โค๏ธ

Logan Sponseller

I am honouring my beautiful Nanna Fay, who lost her battle on October 04, 2020 - a day before her 81st birthday but only 35 days left with us after she was diagnosed. She will always be remembered and loved by those who knew her. ๐Ÿ’œ We all miss you so dearly!


In loving Memory of my Mum affectionately call Ma Kettle :)

Taryn Day

Our beautiful Mumโ€ฆ Wife & Nanna The battle you fought has come to an end & boy did you fight, you were the most courageous & strongest lady We will ever ever no ๐Ÿซถ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™ There is no greater love than a mothers love & you will be missed every minute of everyday. We have lost our beautiful Mum. but heaven has gained a precious angel ๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿซถ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ


I miss you everyday dad.

Denice Gilbert

In loving memory of Stephen Withers, loved and loving husband of Teresa, father of Chris, Caitlyn and Courtney, on the first anniversary of his passing. A highly regarded, very well respected and very decent human being taken way too soon. So sadly missed by so many. The circle has been broken.....until we all meet again.

My sister and I are walking in memory of our gorgeous and caring Mum - Cindy Johnson - whom we lost to pancreatic cancer 31 years ago, Mum was only 50. We would love to see this research into pancreatic cancer so other people don't have to experience what our mum and our family have lost.


My mum was diagnosed January 29th 2021 She righted the toughest fight ever loss her battle 27/05/2021 she was only with us for 5 months

Russell Tyler

My sister's partner, Ron McInroy, passed away with pancreatic cancer about 5 years ago. He would have been around 80 years old and 15 years older than my sister. He was born in Scotland and still had a sister there in Perth. He was a nice guy with a great sense of humour, and he really loved my sister. She met Ron some years after she divorced her husband of 20 years and father of their 4 kids, an eternally childish and irresponsible dreamer who gave away the best thing in his life. The last thing my wife and I did with Ron and my sister was take a 2 week cruise to Bali together. We had so many laughs and created so many memories on that trip, unaware that Ron would be diagnosed with cancer when we got home and passed away 6 months later. I remember him very fondly, and I'll always miss him.

Sandra Shephard

Team Trev ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ We love and miss you every day

Miranda and Tygh

We lost our beautiful mum in May this year after a short 5 month battle with pancreatic cancer. She was only 66. She was an adored wife, mum and nana and an amazing primary school teacher. She will be remembered for her bright personality and the lasting impression she left on those that loved her. This is for you mum x

Sandra Shephard

7 years ago after a 5 month horrific battle with pancreatic cancer we lost my beautiful, adored Dad ๐Ÿ’œ He was strong and more worried about us than himself Always gentle and kind even while enduring all that was thrown at him We were completely broken and we still struggle every day that he was taken this way from us Now resting peacefully and joined again with my mum the love of his life We are doing September for you Dad ๐Ÿ’œ

Jacqueline Buchanan

In memory of my beautiful cousin Margaret Gair, my friend Barry Hughes, and with thanks I am still here 23 yrs post Whipples.

Jean Robinson

In memory of my mum who passed 10 days after diagnosis and my friend Suellen Wilson who succumbed in May after a very brave fight and now to support my son Todd Osmond-Dreyer who at 44 was diagnosed in January this year without even being sick...May the cure come as fast as possible coz I don't know how we can live without him....

Liz Simmers

For my Mum Betty Lane 1942-1999 Fought for almost 12 months, she never complained and was so brave. Miss her so much ๐Ÿ’œ

Carole Pak

Remembering my Mum 31/1/46-2/12/89 aged only 43. Miss her every day

Donna Walters

For my mum Connie. 08/05/1950-31/12/2012 Remembering her spirit. Missing her everyday.

Lyn Ryan

We lost mum 28/9/2019. Diagnosed November 2018 taken to early.

Debbie Briggs

For my dad

Jessica Krasowski

Our Darling Dirk passed away in February this year after an 18 month battle with pancreatic cancer. He was so strong until the end and we were blessed to be by his side. Not a day goes by we don't miss you and feel a hole in our hearts. You always made us laugh and smile and the memories will keep us doing just that. Xx

Kathryn James .23/11/1960. - 20/9/2020. Fought so hard to stay miss you so much๐Ÿ’œ

Daryl Merrett

Maree, sadly taken in sept 21 after 8 months of sickness. loving and devoted wife, mother and nanny. loved life, nursing and travel. gone but never forgoten and in our hearts forever.

Bev Fury Was Lamb

Doing this walk for my special friend Bruce - 2 years in September since his diagnosis and he passed in December the same year. He was one of a kind and I miss him always

Glen Robert duffin

Glen died in November 17 three years ago he fought bravely and died bravely


Miss you mum wish you were here. Lost 3 years ago to pancreatic

Shelley Mapapalangi

My Beautiful Husband has recently been diagnosed he is so brave and strong he barley complains and still worries about other over himself He is my reason to breath my reason to be strong and Our Hero ๐Ÿ’œ

Ian Thompson

Ian Thompson

This year Iโ€™m honouring the memory of my late husband Ian who sadly passed away at the end of 2020 after a very brief (three weeks total) battle with pancreatic cancer. It was such a shock, and such a loss for a man who loved and lived life to the full, taken too soon. He will always be remembered with great fondness and love by everyone who knew him and by me as the person who held me so close in his arms and heart.๐Ÿ’œ

Nikki S

For my brother Tim, fighting the ultimate fight right now. And also for all the other warriors out there, kicking PanCan's butt. Also with deepest sympathy to those that succumbed. RIP.

Julia Trinidad

In loving memory of my brother in law Scott Steed a year has gone by and you are never gone from our thoughts. Taken away too soon and way to young . And a special thank you to my daughter Brianna who found this fundraiser for Pancreatic cancer last year and and pounded the pavement to raise funds and now I feel itโ€™s my turn . Miss you Scott and I know youโ€™ll be with me every step of the way ๐Ÿ’

Diane Bonaventura

Walking for Remember September to remember my mum, whom I lost nearly 10 years to this devils disease. Miss you mum, love you mum xxxx

Emma Bodin

My beautiful mum Carole lost her 3 year battle with this insidious disease Boxing Day 2019. I will never be the same without her. I miss her every minute of the day.

Jessica Cameron

In loving memory of my dad who sadly passed away in feb 2017 at 49, after only being diagnosed oct 2016. He will always be my best friend. My heart will never be the same again, no one will ever fill your part!! There is not a day that goes by where heโ€™s daughters and granddaughters donโ€™t miss him! You were and always will be loved and missed by so many! Rest easy DaddyDuck Love you till the end of time ๐Ÿ’œ

Loy Wendy Kym - nee Mosley

My loving Dad and Poppy, a kind Man, passed away from Pancreatic Cancer on 21st May, 1999, aged 64. He suffered terribly from , we think of him everyday.

lynda smith

this my dad farmer all his life he was the first boy i ever loved he was my best friend and mentor he was diagnosed with this evil disease on the 1st April 2019 he was given 18months with treatment we hung on to that time with both hands but we lost dad a month later on May 7th aged 79 he was the fittest person never sick until this pancreatic reaper got him he loved me my whole life and i will love him the rest of mine

Leeanne Fitzpatrick

Remembering my Dad. He had a long battle with cancer and fought to the very end. We all miss you terribly ๐Ÿ˜ข Until we meet again, you will be forever in my heart โ™ฅ๏ธ

Liisa Nurmi

My lovely Dad passed away from Pancreatic Cancer June 2010 - He would have been 75 this year. Missed every day. Treasured memories of how much he loved being a grandfather (Pappa).

Sue Stibbard

In memory of Neil Maclean a very sprcial human being

Tahlia Pauls

For my beautiful Mother Sonja who I lost to Pancreatic Cancer last year in April, a day doesnโ€™t pass where I donโ€™t wish you were here with me mumma โค๏ธ

I'm doing this for my beautiful n brave mum, who fought so hard but heartbreakingly lost her battle just over a month from diagnosis. I miss her everyday but she will always inspire me to stay strong n give it my all no matter what the challenge I love u mum n miss you everyday โค๏ธ

In loving memory of our beautiful husband & Dad. Free from pain since January 2022. You have left a huge hole in all of our hearts. Love you & miss you every day xxx

David Kelleher

My darling husband passed away after just 6 long tiring and painful months. RIP my love, love you forever and always

David James kelleher

My dear husband at age 58 yrs young fought 6 long and painful months. Passing away 18th February 2021 Forever loved

Kylie edwards

Rip Mum lost her life to this horrible disease diagnosed 2017 died 2018 not a day goes by I don't think about you xx

Gail, Gay, Doreen, Warren & Terry

Our brother passed away 23rd September 2021 from this terrible Cancer. His 76th Birthday is 23rd April we miss him everyday xxxx

Ben Wilheim

All in memory of this beautiful man ๐Ÿ’œ