Tracey Heydari

The March Charge 2021

My Activity Tracking


My target 100kms

Day 4 - 3.6km

Day 3 - 4.2km

Day 2 - 3.9km

Day 1 - 5km

Training walk done. 2 weeks until start time.

My Story

I am taking part in The March Charge with Cancer Council and telling cancer where to go for my fourth year. Sadly cancer still takes too many of us. 1 in 2 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85.  My Dad was one of those and sadly passed away from kidney cancer at the age of 56. 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, but it’s nothing compared to those who experience cancer. I have set an ambitious target this year, aiming for walking 100km and raising $1000. Please sponsor me today to support my challenge and join me in telling cancer where to go! 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

Thank you to my Sponsors


Masoud Heydari

Keep up the great work


Jill And Bernie Oppermann


Angel, Nam & Anh

You're amazing Trace 💙 Your dad would be so proud! xoxo


Kellie Barnes

Good luck with your charge, you 4-time superhero! x


Lisa And Rosario

Thanks so much for supporting us both, all the best for your charge! xo


Ellen And Dave

Keep marching on ;)


Colleen Douglas

well done Tracey


Andy L

Keep it up Trace!


Katrina Shawcroft

Great work Tracey!


Tracey Heydari

Getting the ball rolling with my own donation.


Claire Barnes

Well done Tracey.


Stef S

Good luck Trace! Doing a great thing x


Alex Robeson

Great work Tracey


Peter Mckechnie

Keep going Tracey, nearly there!


Heather , Steve And Sammy

WHOO HOO! Great work! Now get that buff!


Georgie Hala

All the best Tracey.


Allison Wolfenden

Well done Tracey on your fundraising efforts!!! I will always remember your dad at netball cheering you and our team on. Awesome man gone way to young. xxoo


Kirsty Milne

Cancer has touched our family a number of times.