On Monday 11th Jan 2021 my older brother Glen Nichols passed away from a rare form of cancer. He had spent years in a drug trial, in the hope of assisting specialists to find a cure. Cancer has previously taken my father Ed Nichols (aged 64), my uncle Ian Nichols (aged early 40's ) and now my brother Glen Nichols (aged 51).
Each person's grief is their own personal journey. I am turning mine into something positive, something that will assist The Cancer Council to raise much needed funds.
Sadly cancer still takes too many of us.
1 in 2 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85.
Research sees more people than ever survive but we’ve still got a way to go.
And we need your help to end cancer.
It’s going to be a challenge to walk, run, swim or C2 Indoor row 85 km in The March Charge, but it’s nothing compared to those who experience cancer.
While discussing whether I should take part in The March Charge with my two sons, they said to me, "And we can help if you get tired Mum, and do a bit of rowing for you." Bless that positivity.
Please sponsor me today to support my challenge and join me in telling cancer where to go!
All donations are fully tax deductible and the funds will go directly to The Cancer Council.
Your donation will help our local Cancer Council support those affected right now and fund world-changing research to help more people survive.
Thank you for your support.
RIP Glen Nichols
Champion Fisherman with his 20 kg Jew caught Northern NSW.