The Haddies

Share my fundraising effort with your network and let's beat dementia, together.

Help me raise money in honour of my Friend, and the 400,000 Australian’s living with dementia.

On Saturday, 10 February, I'm taking part in Mudgee's Memory Walk & Jog to raise funds to support Australian's impacted by dementia. This is a cause close to my heart and I would love your support.

Please make a donation to support my efforts and help us reach our goal to beat dementia.

Not many people know, but dementia is Australia's second-leading cause of death. By 2058 it's expected that over 800,000 Australian's will have dementia. But we can change this.

All money I raise will support the work of Dementia Australia and help provide vital support services like counselling, support groups, education, and research to help find a cure.

Together we can achieve a lot. Your donation would mean the world to me.

Thanks for your support!

My achievements

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Received first
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Referred a friend

Raised $150
Bronze Dementia

Raised $500
Silver Dementia

Raised $1,000
Gold Dementia

Raised $2,500
Platinum Dementia

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I'm on my way to becoming a Platinum Level Fundraiser. Can you support me with a small donation?

Thank you to my sponsors


The Haddies



"Easy done"


Jade, Maddy, Shaye & Hamish

"Thinking of Chicka"


Julie George


Deb Stevo

"What a beautiful thing to do well done to you both"


Sharon Sewell



"Go Haddies"


Lynda Ryan

"You guys are amazing . Wish you the best of luck with fund raising"


Carly Guihot





Sarah Mcintosh

"A terrible disease - thank you"


Trish Pratley

"Well done"


Sally Jones

"Congratulations and thank you, its a cause close to my heart"


Janet Storey

"Your both doing a wonderful thing"



"Well done guys xx"


Stina Clements

"A worthy cause. X"




Julie Harris

"Love mum"


Jacqui Hadfield

"Go Haddies! 🫶🏻"


Cody Flanagan

"For my Dad. Thank you for doing this and to bring awareness to this sad disease."

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