Total raised: $2,921

In Australia, 9 out of 10 young people don't move enough each day. Kay-A-Day is designed to encourage kids to walk or run just one kilometre a day for 21 days – the same distance as a half marathon.

Total raised: $11,515

We have our sights set on the Big Apple for one of the world’s most exciting marathon events!

12 March 2017
Total raised: $0

Join our Peaks Challenge team to tackle one of the top 10 toughest one-day cycling events in the world! The route covers a 235km loop ride and over 4,000 metres of verticle climbing within the 13-hour deadline.

19 MAY & 20 MAY 2017
Total raised: $100

Hike 80km along the Heysen Trail and save lives by raising awareness of bowel cancer.

Jodi loved a little black dress. In 2009, her friends in Vietnam threw a Little Black Dress Party to raise money for her care. Since then, Little Black Dress parties have been held from Adelaide to Brisbane, Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City. All of our event participants wear little black tutus in Jodi’s honour, and as a result it has become the iconic symbol of The Jodi Lee Foundation.

Black Tutu


20 October, 2013
Total raised: $4,280

Tory Toogood ran in our 2011 New York marathon team and she's still running to spread the word about bowel cancer and the importance of early detection ...

Total raised: $475

City to Bay in under 60 minutes, that's a challenge! This dedicated team are running to raise awareness of bowel cancer and the importance of early detection.

21 October, 2016
Total raised: $3,805

Scotts Australia is passionate about health and fitness, so each state office is taking part in a Walk for Charity Day to raise awareness of bowel cancer. They are expecting a bit of competition between the teams!