Prior to being paralysed from the tumour on her spine, Teresa Neate walked 6 kilometres every day. To honour her memory, and raise funds and awareness for high mortality rate cancers, the Aftershock community comes together each year to walk together. This coming year, we will be celebrating what would have been Teresa’s 66th birthday.
We’re back and bigger than ever
We’re pleased to share that Teresa’s Trotters will return to Princes Park at 8:30am on Sunday the 18th of February. Last year we set an ambitious goal to raise $20,000 and we exceeded that thanks to our wonderful community. We can’t wait to see what we can achieve together this year.
What you can expect
You can expect a morning of connection, coffee and walking (of course!) with the broader Aftershock community and partners. Together we walk two laps of Princes Park, so make sure you’ve got some comfy walking shoes and if you’d like to look the part, your Aftershock merch! Early bird tickets are now available at an exclusive rate.
Can’t join us in Melbourne?
We’re so lucky that the Aftershock community spans across Australia, and many corners of the world. If you can’t make it in person, there are still ways that you can support Teresa’s Trotters! Simply purchase a virtual ticket (early bird pricing also applies) and walk 6 kilometres around your block, wherever that may be.
Together we can make a change
We would love for you to join us, and walk one step closer to a cure for high mortality rate cancers. Book your spot today!