The 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer Macarthur is an annual fundraising movement that exists to provide the Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centre, the Oncology Ward and the Paediatric Ambulatory Care Unit at Campbelltown Hospital and the Palliative Care Unit and associated Outreach service at Camden Hospital with the extra services and equipment they need to assist in the treatment, care and comfort of children and adults dealing with cancer.
COVID-19 has affected everyone this year but the unfortunate reality is that Cancer continues to impact families across Macarthur. The annual 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer is back on October 10 but this year it will look a little different.
There won’t be a walk at the stadium like previous years, but you can still get involved by organising your own walk, making a donation or buy raffle tickets. The annual 24hour Fight Against Cancer is organised by volunteers, and 100% of the money raised stays in Macarthur, helping Macarthur families affected by cancer.
To find out more about how you can help visit 24hrfight.org.au