Phil Hickmott

I’m doing the Melbourne Memory Walk & Jog to raise funds for people with dementia!

On Sunday 2 May, I’ll be taking part in the Melbourne Memory Walk & Jog to raise funds to support people with dementia.

But I need your help! Please make a donation to support my efforts and help me reach my goal to beat dementia. OR why not join me by registering and doing the walk with me?

All funds raised will support the work of Dementia Australia to provide vital support services for people living with dementia, their families and carers. These services include counselling, support groups, education and training.

Thank you for your support.

My Achievements

Received First Donation

Shared Page on Social

Reached Fundraising Target

Raised $100 - Bronze Dementia Warrior

Raised $500 - Silver Dementia Warrior

Raised $1000 - Gold Dementia Warrior

Raised $2500 - Platinum Dementia Warrior

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Thank you to my Sponsors

$1.17k

Saunders Property Group In Launceston

$1.07k

Vicki & Rohan Hadley

Lets us all help crush Dementia altogether!

$511.20

The Hickmott Grand Children

Let's all pitch in and help defeat Dementia

$342.93

Saunders Property

Phil, wish you all the best from all of us here. Love Tim and the Team

$250

Peter Omalley

$213

Bluestone Ocm

Donation from Bluestone OCM! All the best

$200

Hickmott Family

Lets all support this great cause and fight Dementia

$108.71

Phil Hickmott

$106.50

Avery, Taylor, Nicole & Luke

Go dad!

$106.50

Chris Jones

$100

H.w. & J.k./ Wood

Well done Phil - congratulations

$80

Phil Hickmott

A big THANK YOU to all who have donated Dementia Australia in its fight against this horrible illness - my goal of $2,500 has been achieved with the great help of many family & friends!..again THANK YOU ALL!

$58.58

Format Group

Great cause Phil, horrible disease indeed. Hope you have e a nice day for it.

$58.58

Rebecca Hickmott

$58.58

Vanotti Family

$58.58

Maryanne Hickmott

$21.30

Claire Thurwood

Enjoy the walk! A great cause.

$21.30

Helen Hickmott

Enjoy the walk