My Activity Tracking
My target 200kms
It's official - my friends are awesome!
I was up in Cairns last week for work and managed to squeeze in my biggest day of activity so far - 20kms and a sunrise pilates class! Missed my little walking buddy Ella the Adventure Dog, but was assured by the family that she was getting her Km's in back in Brisbane...she's hard to ignore when she wants a walk.
Onto exciting news, we have just hit our $1000 fundraising target. It's official, our friends are all kinds of awesome. To say thanks, Ella and I have doubled our walking target to 200km, and here's a cheesy pic of me in Cairns wearing my Stride4Stroke shirt.
We are still raising funds for the entire month of November, it's not too late to donate. Let's see how far we can go to help prevent, treat and beat stroke.
With thanks to all of our awesome supporters out there, you rock.
Leah & Ella the Adventure Dog
It was a crazy weekend, but Ella The Adventure Dog and I managed to fit our Stride4Stroke walk in at 4am...when the sun is already up in QLD!
Thank you for all of the new donations, and for all of the support from the sidelines. Let us know if you would like to join us walking or sign yourself up - Ear licks are an added bonus, it's a dog thing.
Leah & Ella The Adventure Dog
Stride4Stroke Begins today!
Ella the adventure dog and I offcially began our Stride4Stroke journey this morning. Thank you to everyone who has donated or supported us so far, we cruised through our first 5km as the sun rose over Moreton bay.
One day to go! Ella joining the team!
Ella (the adventure dog) and I have one more sleep until Stride4Stroke officially kicks off. Wish us luck! If you would like to check out photos of our progress jump over to instagram and follow Ella's page:
Ready to walk with us? Sign up and let me know, we would love you have you join us in this adventure.
Leah (and Ella the adventure dog)
I am taking part in the Stroke Foundation’s Stride4Stroke to help Fight Stroke!
Stroke attacks the brain- the human control centre, changing lives in an instant. The impact of stroke can be devastating for the individual and the family. But stroke’s impact doesn’t need to be this great, research indicates that around 80 percent of strokes are preventable.
So, I need your help to Fight Stroke. It’s going to be a challenge, but it’s nothing compared to those who are impacted by stroke. Please sponsor me today to support me and together we can Fight Stroke!
Your donation will help the Stroke Foundation support those affected right now and fund research to help prevent stroke, save lives and enhance recovery. Thank you.
Thank you to my Sponsors
The Russell Family
Isla And Edison Gardiner