The club took the time to get dressed up in pink, and took to the streets of their neighborhood with their community, bubble, or by themselves to promote education and awareness, celebrate survivors, remember those of them have lost and raise vital funds to support our vision of zero deaths from breast cancer in New Zealand. As promised, they have some goodies for everyone for taking part in the virtual event, but because they also raised more than $300 on your fundraising page (thank you so much!) they also have a top fundraiser 2021 medal.
Message from the club:
Jan and I are pleased to report that we completed our virtual walk and raised $370 ! Many thanks to our families and friends that supported our endeavors and encouraged us to tackle this challenge once again. Here I am, nice and dry at 8.30 am on Sunday 31st October, ready for the off. We had decided also to use the Estuary Path rather than Coatesville, as the roads are not easy there in bad weather, so departed from Pioneer Village. I think the post our daughter Jo put on Instagram sums up the event very well We met Jan and friends as expected, just long enough for a quick photograph to record our efforts – There are no pictures at the end of our walk – we were far too wet and bedraggled ! the gentle drizzle turned to rather more wet rain, but it didn’t dampen our spirits.