Grampians Gutsy Challenge 2023

Let’s kick cancer to the curb!

Even with the countless medical innovations, there still is no proven cure for cancer. But with the help of research, the probability of surviving has increased, brought about by treatment and early detection. Clinical trials have brought promising treatments, thanks to cutting-edge research like the Innovation Grant

More than 30,000 Australians are diagnosed with GI Cancer on a yearly basis, and the competition to acquire grants for research funding has always been difficult, much more to GI Cancer, which is among the most common cancer types in the world. Gladly, there are communities like The GI Cancer Institute that largely support fundraising challenges, such as the Gutsy Challenge, to continue finding more ways to improve the quality of life, and if circumstances permit, the cure for patients living with Gastrointestinal cancer.

Join the GI Cancer Institute’s four-day Grampians Gutsy Challenge trek in May, to raise much-needed funds for Gastro-Intestinal (GI) cancer research!

Rising abruptly from the Western Plains, the Grampians (known as Gariwerd to the local Aboriginal people) is a series of rugged sandstone mountain ranges and forests bursting with wildlife.

This Gutsy adventure brings stunning trails, cascading waterfalls and amazing views over rocky escarpments. You will stay in comfortable group accommodation each night and enjoy freshly cooked meals.

Date: 10 May, 2023 – 13 May, 2023

Place: Grampians National Park (View Map)
277 Grampians Rd, Halls Gap, VIC

Help change outcomes for GI patients, Join this life-changing trek!

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