A football club united some people for playing touch football as well as cycling and swimming. However, it would have never thought that its members would one day join outside the club and fight for a noble cause.
As per a report, Michelle Smidt, 51, a resident of Kellyville and Kuring Gai's Jann Rose, 51, have decided to walk for the McGrath Foundation. And not only the two, but eight other members of the Tempe touch football club, including an experienced tour guide, are also joining them.
The aim is to raise money for patients of breast cancer and their families to support them. The foundation is an education charity in the nation of Australia and also collects money in order to fund Breast Care Nurses in different communities.
It has been found that it is an eight day long trek, which covers some 96 km, which is being organized at the start of rainy season only. However, Ms. Smidt and others are accepting the challenge and she says, "It's the start of the wet season, so there are better times to go, but we're doing it now because it coincides with breast cancer month".
The Kokoda Trail would be seen on October 16 in Papua New Guinea.
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