Zach Hamel

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My target 42kms

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

I am a Zach and I am 13 years old and at the start of 2022 I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease and I’ve created this page because I’ve committed to going the distance this August and raising money for the Children’s Hospital Foundation, so I can give back to the people at the Children’s Hospital. 

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

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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



Well done Zach. Love Grandma & Grandad


Tim Murphy

Good onya mate!


The Cherry’s

Go Zach & Ethan!! So amazing boys and such a worthy cause!! ♥️


Paul Moss

Such a great cause buddy, and so many wonderful staff at the Qld childrens hospital.


Carol Peterson


Gail Pimm

Awesome work Zach.


Mrs D

Go Zach you have always been a great kid from Mrs D


Cheryl Boal

Good luck Hamel Boys


Julie Hamel

I’m so proud of you.❤️❤️


Winnington Family

You’re a champion Zac x


Shelbie Jeffery

So proud of u Zach


Dianne Dingle

Wishing you all the very best Zach and Ethan with this challenge and for being so thoughtful.


Deb King

So proud of you boys what a great idea 😀


Vicki Sellars

Great cause. Good on you.


Sue Knight


Di Dwyer

Great idea. Such a worthwhile cause boys.


Stefanie Weston

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.