Not long after Rachael was diagnosed, all she wanted to do was create more awareness around bowel cancer.
Jenny-May lost her brother to bowel cancer at age 54, so she knows first hand how important it is to seek help early.
Kevin Biggar’s life was touched by bowel cancer when his Mum died. As a motivational speaker and adventurer, he’s determined to spread the word and get Kiwis talking about it.
After suffering from IBD for 22 years, Tamsyn was diagnosed with bowel cancer at just 31. Despite going through chemo, she’s doing the challenge to raise awareness and inspire others.
Emma Purchase's gorgeous husband Chris, the father to her two children, tragically passed away at the end of February from stage 4 bowel cancer.
Former Black Caps fast bowler and cricket commentator Simon Doull and his wife Liana have become Bowel Cancer NZ ambassadors.
Jane Lowe's experience of nearly losing her mother to bowel cancer has left her determined to help more Kiwis prevent and beat bowel cancer.
Edwin Lim has several very moving reasons to get involved in this year’s Move your Butt challenge.
Nat would be shouting at us from the heavens. She was the MOST competitive, feisty, hearty, mouthy (netball) player you'd find.
I’m not someone who usually does this sort of thing, but this cause is just too important to ignore.