Janine Mcgrath

Virtual Sunshine Walk

I'm walking for cancer treatment and services

I'm fundraising to support Border cancer services. Regional people deserve the very best in treatment and care, just like people in cities.

Every cent I raise will stay locally to help local people. People going through the cancer journey should be able to do it close to home, where they can be supported by their families, friends and communities.

The funds we raise through Sunshine Walk will help pay for new equipment for earlier diagnosis and treatment. It will pay for staff training, so the local workforce can stay up to date with the rapidly changing world of cancer treatment. It will be invested in research, providing local people access to national drug trials, and it will support wellness services, like psychology, exercise programs and support groups.

Everyone in our community knows someone affected by cancer, so let's come together to support this vital local service. Every dollar counts!

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Saturday 19th Sep
Brave Hearts on the Murray Inc are proud supporters of ☀️Sunshine Walk 2020 ☀️.

Members will walk to raise vital funds to ensure first-rate cancer services are available right here on the Border.

The group says it has seen first-hand how the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre has benefited people in the region, like its very own Brenda Konecnik (pictured centre).

“I will be participating in this year’s Sunshine Walk because all proceeds go directly to the Albury Wodonga cancer centre," Brenda says.

"As the centre has grown, it has changed my life.

"I have been able to continue working and have had minimal interruptions in my every day activities.

"I have formed great friendships with those who are also on a similar journey.  

"During those periods of my treatment when I am feeling well, the centre has provided activities to strengthen me both physically and mentally.

"When I am not feeling so well, the centre is a lifeline where I can find support to help me get through the difficult times, until I am ready to continue my journey with new hope. 

"The staff at the cancer centre have been exceptional with the care they provide. They are passionate about the work they do and the care they provide. 

"The staff together with the facilities at the cancer centre provide me with hope and determination I need to continue my quality of life.”

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Janine Mcgrath