Hi my name is Greg Moulton, I'm running the 42k Virgin London Marathon this April, raising vital funds for Little Heroes Foundation.
Please support me by making a donation. Check out my page here.
I've decided to run the London Marathon this year to raise money for Little Heroes Foundation. I am asking for your support by making a financial donation to this cause.
Little Heroes Foundation raises vital funds for seriously ill children, and provides valuable support to those children and their families after diagnosis.
As a mother of two and board member of Variety – raising money for children is a cause close to my heart.
Mayor of Unley Lachlan Clyne and former Premier Lynn Arnold have been training for Kokoda Trek for months now and have walked up Mount Lofty over 75 times.
Lynn's own little hero, granddaughter Caitlyn was diagnosed with ALL [Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia] at 20 months. She is now 7 1/2 and in remission.
Last year Lachlan fundraised for Little Heroes Foundation New York Marathon raising a huge $8,870.90.
Please show your support for Lachlan and Lynn's fundraising efforts this year for Little Heroes Foundation.
All funds raised support seriously ill children.
I'm Phil Tann, the proud father of a beautiful three year old boy who was diagnosed with a PNET brain tumor a couple of weeks ago in the Women's and Children's Hospital.
I've written this blog post that outlines what has occurred for us, where we're headed and the path we are forced to take to get there:
Woodville West Torrens midfielder Scott Lewis is prepared to lose his locks for Little Heroes Foundation. The Eagles' star will cut off his famous dreadlocks for season 2013 and wants to raise money for Little Heroes Foundation in the process. You can support him by donating on the this website. The big haircut will take place at the club's Player Auction Night, Saturday, March 23 at the Eagles Function Centre. It's a big sacrifice to help our seriously ill children - the 26-year old has had the 'dreadies' for more than six years! Donate here.
Get behind Little Heroes Foundation's very own Chris McDermott and Tim Ginever as they tackle 10km to raise funds for seriously ill children.
They might not be as quick as they used to be but Chris and Tim are back in training for Run Adelaide on Sunday 14 April!
It will be one of the biggest physical challenges the former Crows and Port Adelaide Captains have faced since their glory days... in the 80s and 90s! The best part is they are doing it to raise funds for the seriously ill kids we support.
So donate to the boys now as they prepare to sweat it out along 10 kilometres of Adelaide's City streets on 14 April. Donate here.
I am raising funds to assist sick children through the Little Heroes Foundation. I am very fortunate to work with children regularly through Out of School Hours Care and sometimes through class room teaching. Working with children is one of my greatest passions. For families with seriously sick children, obviously it is a heart wrenching time. I would love you to contribute to this cause and help provide families with support, life saving equipment, an environment for children that is uplifting as it can be considering their condition, and providing some experiences for children that bring a smile or a sense of "Wow". Donate here.