LYNDSEY RICE

My Activity Tracking

0
kms

My target 42kms

I'm raising money for some of Queensland's sickest kids!

I’ve created this page because I’ve committed to going the distance this August and raising money for the Children’s Hospital Foundation!

Please support my 42k Your Way challenge by donating any amount large or small by using the ‘donate’ button. Not only will you be supporting me, but you’ll also be supporting thousands of sick kids and their families!

The more people that know about the Children’s Hospital Foundation, the greater their impact, so please spread the word by sharing my fundraising page with your friends and family.

Thank you so much for your generosity, it means a lot!

My Achievements

Update Profile Picture

Raised $300

Raised $500

Received 1st Donation

Completed 1km

Raised $100

Said Thank You

Completed 1km

Shared My Page

Self Donated

Completed Half of 42km

Thank you to my Sponsors

$500

Jeff Mitchell

Get on with it Condi

$500

Hope Energy

$112.89

Anita Dessaix

Go girl, go!!!

$112.89

Cosie Sekhas

You are amazing Lynds and you’re going to smash it! Xx

$112.89

Jen Birks

Go Lyndsey!

$112.89

Hope Energy

$112.89

Greg Bisset

Great work Lynds! Next year the GC Half Marathon?

$112.89

Vibeke Burke

$112.89

Marcus Engeman

Amazing work Lyndsey!

$112.89

Hope Energy

$107

Lyndsey Rice

$79.13

Annie M

How hard can it be? Don’t forget to take your pen

$79.13

Naomi Watson

$59.08

Meaghan Bush

Brilliant work Lynds - Chardy to celebrate?

$59.08

Jessica Kellaway

Go Lynds! ❤️

$59.08

Sarah Joanne Calderwood

Good luck!! Such a worthy cause x

$59.08

Hope Energy

$52.75

Tom Kellaway

Great stuff lynds!

$52.75

Hope Energy

$50

Adelaide Thompson

COME ON (Andy Murray face)!!

$42

Helen Van Nooten

A shame we can’t get some coastal walks in to contribute to the kms!

$42

Hope Energy

$28.49

Betty Cottrell

Go you beautiful lady!!

Meet Evie

Six-year-old Evie was only four weeks old when she was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis - a life-threatening disorder that damages the lungs and digestive system.  

It is expected that Evie will require a double lung transplant eventually. To receive treatment Evie spends four to six weeks away from her home in Chinchilla each time, saying goodbye to her dad,friends and animals.