Our
Events

19 MAY & 20 MAY 2017
Total raised: $194,472

Register you place now as The JLF Trek takes to the Heysen Trail this May. Join us as we hike through some of South Australia’s most diverse and breathtaking landscapes on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Hurry! Registrations close soon!

 
22 MARCH 2017
Total raised: $1,200

Shane Parry is shaving off his golden locks to raise awareness of bowel cancer prevention.

12 March 2017
Total raised: $21,689

Sponsor our Peaks Challenge team as they 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 vertical climbing within the 13-hour deadline.

 
6 NOVEMBER 2016
Total raised: $14,999

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

21 October, 2016
Total raised: $3,890

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!

 
TERM 4
Total raised: $11,688

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.

18 SEPTEMBER 2016
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.

 
2 SEPTEMBER & 3 SEPTEMBER 2016
Total raised: $96,129

Join our award winning JLF Trek for a two day hike along the magnificent Goldfields Track near Daylesford.

20 May, 2016
Total raised: $259,563

We’re taking to the Heysen Trail again, one of the most beautiful walking trails in Australia. This time through the rugged Flinders Ranges!

 
13 March, 2016
Total raised: $26,910

The Peaks Challenge is one of the top 10 toughest one-day cycling events in the world.

27 February, 2016
Total raised: $3,023

Shylie and James are celebrating their 40th and raising awareness of bowel cancer amongst their friends.

 
20 February, 2016
Total raised: $2,330

Andrew is celebrating his 50th and supporting The Jodi Lee Foundation.

1 November, 2015
Total raised: $81,815

Once again we have our sights set on the Big Apple for the 6th year in a row!

 
18 October, 2015
Total raised: $3,000

Emma Smith is running the Melbourne Marathon in memory of her late Father who lost his battle bowel cancer.

12 October, 2015
Total raised: $9,266

Making a positive change doesn’t have to be hard. 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.

 
20 September, 2015
Total raised: $5,130

Outside Ideas are running the City to Bay to raise awareness of bowel cancer prevention in support of The Jodi Lee Foundation.

23 August, 2015
Total raised: $43,817

Our amazing supporter, Paul Grant has set himself an epic 21 day challenge to cycle all the way from Perth to Melbourne!

 
23 August, 2015
Total raised: $2,385

Georgia and Eugenia are running the half marathon and supporting The Jodi Lee Foundation!

2 June, 2015
Total raised: $10,389

Charles Gibb is new to cycling, but will take on France’s infamous Mont Venoux in support of bowel cancer prevention.

 
31 May, 2015
Total raised: $500

Pieter de Wit is heading to South Africa soon, to take part in the world's oldest and largest ultra marathon!

22 May, 2015
Total raised: $408,998

Dust off your hiking boots ... we're heading to SA's Copper Country!

 
22 March, 2015
Total raised: $75,938

Coffs Harbour to the glitzy Gold Coast ... 7 days ... 950 kms!

8 March, 2015
Total raised: $30,685

235km, 3 epic climbs ... are you up for it?

 

Why the little black dress and tutus? Jodi Lee loved a little black dress. In 2009, her friends in Vietnam threw a Little Black Dress Party to raise money for her care. Numerous Little Black Dress parties have since been held around Australia and the world and continue to do so. Over the years many of our event participants have chosen to wear a little black tutu in honour of Jodi, helping to make it an iconic symbol of The Foundation.