The Leukaemia Foundation's Light the Night walk on October 9.
The Leukaemia Foundation's Light the Night walk on October 9.

Light the Night leads way to great evening at markets

CREATE a brighter future for people with blood cancer by signing up for the Leukaemia Foundation's Light the Night walk on October 9.

Gather family and friends to light a beautiful lantern at twilight; gold to remember someone, white for your own journey or blue to show you care.

A short walk will follow to reflect the community united in hope for a future free of blood cancer.

Light the Night is the Leukaemia Foundation's annual fundraising walk to help more Australians beat blood cancer.

It's a good feeling to walk in solidarity but helping more people live longer and better doesn't come free.

You can help by simply raising $100 before you walk. It's easy to do if you join a walk early and use the ideas included in your fundraising kit.

The Leukaemia Foundation team will also be in touch to offer you help along the way.

Every $100 you raise can cover the costs of giving one family immediate emotional support, and also one hour of blood cancer research.

The Leukaemia Foundation needs to raise $2 million during Light the Night 2016 to ensure more people survive blood cancer and then go on to live a better quality of life.

Join a walk today to reserve your lantern and receive your kit so you can reach your fundraising target before you walk. Then shine your lantern with pride.

Hosts in regional and rural towns in all states and territories will stage their own events to make sure more Australians than ever will feel part of this beautiful evening.

Light the Night will be held with the Coffs Harbour Twilight Food Markets at Park Beach Reserve.

Join us for a great evening of food and entertainment followed by Light the Night walk.


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