You’ve raised $1990.76 over the past 1 year/s
I’m walking 42km for seriously ill children and their families
How Ronald McDonald House helps families - a personal account
14th Feb - Sunday stroll to Perth CBD.
8th Feb - Steps by another means
Upping the anteSpurred on by your support, the mission of Ronald McDonald House and how far 42km in one go is I've been out practising when I can. This in turn has led to me discovering how great the wetlands and bush reserves are near our house. Walked 10km this morning, zigzagging through the bush and found an area teeming with bird and animal life. Saw hawks, kookaburras, even what I think was a bandicoot. The Robald McDonald walk will be great, but I've had a lot of enjoyment discovering this pocket of forest in the city.
17km solo walk
1st training walkUp early and out on the trail this morning. Wasn't aiming for distance; rather trying to work out what shoes, shorts, socks to use. Going off of the experience of my Wife and her team at the Oxfam walk years ago these are important things to hammer out early! Excited about being a part of this event.
I'll be Up All Night for sick kids
I’m taking part in Up All Night to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities Western Australia (RMHC WA). Walking in an overnight marathon isn’t going to be easy, but it’s nothing compared to being the parent of a sick child.
Every day, families from across WA come to Perth so that their child can receive essential medical treatment. Ronald McDonald House is their Home Away From Home during the most difficult time of their lives.
I’m stepping up to show the families at Ronald McDonald House that they aren’t alone.
Join me on my journey. Donate to my page today.
So far this year I helped provide
Night/s accommodation for 1 family
Dinner/s for 1 family
Lesson/s in the Learning Centre
Thank you to my Supporters
Oliver And Madeleine Tait
Vikki De Alwis
Christian De Boer