HELP LOVE GO

THE DISTANCE.

This September we’re challenging you to conquer 72km. Raise awareness and money to support men and their families impacted by prostate cancer.

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3,527

PEOPLE ARE IN IT FOR THE LONG RUN.

AMOUNT RAISED

1,385,709

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  • Jason Graham just donated $52.20
  • leesa borojevic just donated $156.60
  • Frances and Grandma just donated $58.46
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  • Professional Bay Painters just donated $43.85
  • Anonymous just donated $56
  • Ross, Katrina and Cooper ? just donated $58.46
  • Suzanne Dunn just donated $52.20
  • Carmen Amos just donated $26.10
  • Cat Collins just donated $37.58
  • Jarvis Family just donated $20.88
  • Heather just donated $20.88
  • Daniel Kaeslin just donated $52.20

WELCOME TO

 
The Long Run is an awareness and fundraising event for Australian men and families impacted by prostate cancer.

All you need to do is run, walk or wheel 72km during September; when and where is up to you.

Every kilometre you cover will raise funds to bring us closer to a world where prostate cancer is no longer a burden and where all men and their families with a diagnosis are supported.

Step 1

SIGN UP.

Ready, set, register for the Long Run.
Your personal challenge starts now.
Sign up now.

Step 2

SHARE THE NEWS.

Tell everyone you know that you’re in it for the Long Run. Ask them to help you support men impacted by prostate cancer.

Step 3

GET GOING.

Pull on your sneakers, track your kilometres and help love go the distance today.

A Message from our CEO

WHO WILL YOU RUN FOR?

 “I don’t want any other man or their family to think diagnosis is a death sentence. I want them to know there are ways to get through. If I can make a difference to one family like mine, the kilometres will be worth it.”

Jo is running for her dad Paul who was diagnosed with prostate cancer when she was in her teens.

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