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United we will beat cancer

Challenge yourself and your mates to walk 60km or ride 200km over 10 days in October and raise vital funds to fight cancer.

United we will
beat cancer

Challenge yourself and your mates to walk 60km or ride 200km over 10 days in October and raise vital funds to fight cancer.

United we will beat cancer

“As a frontline researcher and clinician at Peter Mac, I’m passionate about making a difference for cancer patients. You too can play a part in the search for cancer cures by Uniting to Fight Cancer with us this year. It’s a great opportunity to get out and get active – and to channel your energy and passion into helping people affected by cancer.”

Prof Sherene Loi, Head of Peter Mac’s Translational Breast Cancer Genomics and Therapeutics Laboratory


When?

UNITE 2021 will take place between 14 – 23 October.

What?

You can choose to either walk 60km or ride 200km over the 10 days.

Why?

To raise much-needed funds for cancer research at Peter Mac.

Sherene

1,560

Uniting to Fight Cancer with us so far this year

over $396k

already raised to support Peter Mac’s vital research

Unite your way

over 10 days

You can tackle your challenge however you want – spread out over the 10 days, in one or two epic sessions, or anything in between.
Do it your way! > Find out more

Unite your way

over 10 days

You can tackle your challenge however you want – spread out over the 10 days, in one or two epic sessions, or anything in between.
Do it your way! > Find out more

3 Simple Steps

Join us for free

Sign up on your own, or team up with your mates – registration is FREE for 2021.
> Sign up here

Sign up on your own, or team up with your mates – registration is FREE for 2021.

Set up

Customise your personal fundraising page and connect it up to Strava to track your activity.

Get training

Connect with our passionate online community, share your daily highs and lows – and cheer each other on to the start!

What you’ll get

Jersey and Tee
Premium walker shirt or rider jersey

When you raise $500 or more, we’ll send you a premium walker shirt or rider jersey to wear proudly during your challenge.

Coach
One-to-one support for your fundraising

We’ll provide you with all the support you need – advice, coaching and handy downloads – to help you smash your fundraising and your challenge.

Rewards
Real and virtual rewards

You can earn badges and rewards as you go, including an exclusive medal. Plus we’ll be giving our UNITE stars plenty of social kudos too!

Unite Leaderboards

Three cheers for our fantastic fundraisers!

Individuals

Teams

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Your questions answered

Is there a registration fee for UNITE 2021?

No. It’s completely FREE to take part in Unite to Fight Cancer this year, plus we’ll support you every step of the way and recognise your fundraising.

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How will I track my km / activity?

Your online UNITE fundraising page connects with Strava to track your kms automatically. You can also track your distance manually if you prefer.

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Do teams have to sign up all together?

No. The first person to join up can create a team and share their chosen team name with the rest of the members. They can then join when they’re ready.

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Any other questions?

You might find the answer on our FAQs page – but if not, or if you’d prefer to chat to someone, please get in touch with us. We’ll be happy to help!

The difference you’ll make

By being part of UNITE 2021 and fundraising for Peter Mac, you’ll be giving some of the brightest minds in cancer research the specialised technologies and resources needed to make exciting breakthroughs.

Ultimately, that could mean a life-changing difference for people affected by cancer.

The difference you’ll make

By being part of UNITE 2021 and fundraising for Peter Mac, you’ll be giving some of the brightest minds in cancer research the specialised technologies and resources needed to make exciting breakthroughs.

Ultimately, that could mean a life-changing difference for people affected by cancer.