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I'm taking the Cupid’s Undie Run 2021 Challenge, in support of the Children’s Tumour Foundation (CTF) and people living with Neurofibromatosis (NF).
And most especially for our darling daughter Emme, who was diagnosed at 9 weeks of age and has an inoperable brainstem tumour.
Neuro-fibro-ma-to-sis is a hard word to say, but even harder to live with. It is the most common neurological genetic condition and causes tumours to form on nerves throughout the body, but few people have ever heard of it!
I’m stripping down to help change all of that!
I've set up this page for you to donate what you can to see me run in my undies (close your eyes if you have to),
I'll also be attempting other Cupid's Challenges, so I'll be sharing these too.
Don't be scared about how big or small your donation is, it all adds up! I'M SCARED BECAUSE I'M THE ONE TAKING MY PANTS OFF FOR CHARITY!!
It is nothing compared to how scared a parent feels when they discover their child will face a lifetime of tumours, scans and uncertainty; or as self-conscious and socially-isolated as someone who has developed tumours on their face, hands or arms. I can put my pants back on, but NF is for life. Currently, there is no cure and few treatment options, but there are support services and research.
Your donation will fund this critical support for the adults and children living with NF, as well as their families, and contribute to vital Australian research.
Every donation over $2 is tax-deductible. Just click donate.
Thank you for giving as much as you can to support me in taking my pants off for charity. You're doing good.
Or better still, why don't you take your pants off for charity too?
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