Little Heroes Foundation
Crows down Port in front of 11,000 people at Alberton Oval...
What a sensational day at Alberton Oval on Monday 7 October for West End Slowdown 2013!
11,000 people saw the Crows beat Port Adelaide in their first ever visit to Alberton Oval.
Crows 20 8 128 defeated Port 16 11 107.
Tony Modra wound back the clock with seven goals in a West End Slowdown medal winning performance while Premier Jay Weatheril made his debut for Port, kicking three goals (on both feet..!)
Most importantly, the day raised $120,000 for seriously ill kids supported by Little Heroes Foundation.
Thanks to everyone who came along, especially the players who always put on a fantastic show!
See more at: http://www.littleheroesfoundation.com.au/news/p618.aspx
5AA's David Wildy jumped at the chance to be a part of Little Heroes Foundation's 2013 New York Marathon adventure tour.
He's been training solidly for the event on 3 November which will once again see runners tackle 42 kilometres of New York's famous streets.
"Running a marathon has always been on my bucket list," David said.
"I've been running most days, so I should be right... I'm going to have a crack but it's a long way.
"We'll raise as much money as we can and if anyone wants to donate that'd be great."
See more at: http://www.littleheroesfoundation.com.au/events/p528.aspx
Sunday Mail City Bay Fun Run!
Little Heroes Foundation would like to thank all our Sunday Mail City-Bay fundraisers, particularly the Mollison family who raised $5,001, the Keep family ($4,790) and the Army’s 16th Air Land Regiment, which raised ($4,565).
It was a fantastic event for all involved with just over $30k raised for the seriously ill children we support!
Also well done to Little Heroes Foundation ambassador, Jess Trengove, who came 2nd in the 12km event!
Little Heroes Foundation Fundraisers
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.
Ride with a Vision
Amanda Shields and Mark Marston will ride bicycles from Adelaide to Melbourne and conduct goal setting and Vision Board workshops in schools throughout the journey.
The MurrayMan is a long distance Triathlon comprising of a 2km Swim, 80km Bike ride and finishing with a 20km run. This is the 6th year of this event and the 3rd year the event has been located in Barmera SA.