The Move your Butt Hall of Fame: celebrating our top supporters

Our Hall of Fame recognises and celebrates those who’ve gone above and beyond in their support of this year’s Move your Butt challenge. Thank you so much – your incredible efforts will live on in the life-changing work we do to beat bowel cancer, every day.

Evie Moller

Kim Calvert

Cody Trillo-Feely

Kristina Lawson

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Sign up to Move your Butt in June 2020

Earlybird registrations are open for next year’s Move your Butt challenge. We’d love get even more Kiwis Moving their Butts in June 2020, so do join us – and please spread the word about this fun challenge. Together, we can kick bowel cancer in the butt!

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Beating bowel cancer

No one likes to talk about bowel cancer, but the bottom line is the more you know, the better the chances of beating it.
So check out our helpful blogs, tips and stories on preventing this silent killer.

Bowel Cancer NZ provides patient voice at MedTech Showcase
Our chairperson Trisha Cooney recently attended the Medical Technology Association of NZ, MedTech Showcase in Parliament, hosted by the Minister
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Waves against the rock by Turid Heiler
Like waves hitting rocks, bouncing off and then returning once again is how wide the cancer impact feels. The person
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My Dad won’t get to meet any grandchildren or walk my sister down the aisle
My Dad, Chris Feely, was diagnosed with Bowel Cancer in January 2016 at the age of 55, after a colonoscopy
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Kristina’s Move your Butt challenge: Still going strong!
Nat would be shouting at us from the heavens. She was the MOST competitive, feisty, hearty, mouthy (netball) player you’d
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Sarah’s Move your Butt challenge: 60 sit-ups a day so people sit up and take notice
“If I can help prevent just one person going through what my Dad went through, it will be totally worth
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Father of three moves to Christchurch to access treatment
For father-of-three Mike Heiler staying alive meant packing up his family’s life in Wanaka and moving five hours away to
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