No minimum fundraising amount
Physical event invitation, Survivor tee & Relay Pack (Goodie Bag)
Depending on which Category the survivor chooses, he/she will also receive the additional entitlement after they fundraise:
My Fight Back Challenge – min $30: To receive an Event tee
100KM Challenge – min $50: To receive an Event tee & 100KM Finisher tee
The fight against cancer is a long and arduous battle. The 100KM Challenge symbolises the fight against cancer that does not sleep until the cure for cancer is found. It offers all participants an opportunity to declare their fight against cancer, test their mental fortitude, and show the cancer community that they are not alone in the fight against cancer.
The 100KM Challenge is a non-competitive walk/run around the relay track. This year, the 100KM Challenge will take place at the National Stadium, and challengers must fundraise $50 and more per person to earn an entry invitation to the Stadium. Challengers who completed the 100KM individually or with their teammates will be entitled to a 100KM Finisher T-shirt.
*100KM Challenge will start after the Survivor Lap, there will be a mandatory hiatus for the Remember Ceremony (in the late evening), and the 100KM Challenge will end before the closing ceremony. The total Challenge period is about 12.5 hours.
My Fight Back Challenge
My Fight Back Challenge is an Open Category Challenge that allows participants to set up their own challenge to show support and fundraise for the cancer community. Participants can pledge to complete an activity within their capability to symbolise their fight against cancer.
Do you love Sports, Arts, or even cooking? The activity can be something that participants are passionate about or interested in that promotes good health, body, and /or mind. It can also be a fundraising campaign to raise funds for the needy cancer community.
There is no minimum distance to fulfil under this category!
Participants are encouraged to use their creativity to come out with a challenge to prove to the cancer community that they are not alone in the fight against cancer