Jodie Amor, founder of the Pink Finss Charity is not going to let a pandemic get in the way of a good cause. Although the charity’s annual fundraiser at Hawkesbury Racetrack is cancelled Jodie is committed to will be run 10kms in 10 days and started yesterday (September 10).
So far she has raised over $9,500 already. The idea for The Pink Finss charity grew after Jodie’s own cancer treatment. She established in 2010 with a group of friends to assist women and their families diagnosed with cancer. Since 2017 it assists all women’s cancers, not just breast cancer.
Since it was established the group has raised $1.5million to help over 150 women and their families.
Jodie, who ran her first 10kms on Hawkesbury Racetrack where their annual fundraising lunch is normally held said: “I didn’t want our 10 years to go unnoticed. We have 18 ladies reach out to us during this COVID crisis.”
Fundraising is through the Everyday Hero platform. To help visit the Facebook page