TARGET 1: $100,000 ACHIEVED!

TARGET 2: $250,000

Donate to the Lambros Run today and you'll be supporting life-saving cancer research across Australia. 

$212,628 raised

$250,000 Goal

$212,628 raised

$250,000 Goal

MEET THE LAMBROS

We are Lachlan and Stefan Lamble. Two young, hard-working and vibrant Australians. Our lives are fueled by a shared passion for health, fitness, and a LOVE for challenges. 

The impact of cancer has hit close to home for us. We experienced the painful loss of our beloved grandma and two close family friends to cancer, and more recently watched our other beautiful grandma undergo treatment for thyroid cancer.

These experiences have led us to a profound realisation that cancer, in one way or another, touches the lives of everyone. So, we've decided to take a stand and do something about it. 

THE CHALLENGE

On the 11th of February 2024, we begun our lifesaving adventure. We are attempting to be the first brothers ever to run 3400km across Australia, in under 100 days.

We are extremely proud to be teaming up with Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) as we run from Perth to Melbourne, with an ambitious mission to raise $100,000 for cancer research and create worldwide cancer awareness.

We are extremely proud to be partnering with ACRF. Join us in this meaningful adventure to support groundbreaking cancer research.

Lambros March Supporters

Anonymous

We are inspired by your cause!!

18d ago
$135

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18d ago
$10

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$10

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18d ago
$10

Ned Sheahan

20d ago
$5

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20d ago
$10

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$10

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20d ago
$10

Hagar Sivan

22d ago
$15

Angus White

Great job boys! I’m Angus and I’m 8. I have watched all of your videos and my dad’s brother had cancer but sadly died. Thank you.

27d ago
$20

Chris and Pan

Massive Efforts LamBros!! πŸ‘ŒπŸΎβœŠπŸΎ πŸ€˜πŸΎπŸ‘ 🀘🏾

36d ago
$100

Prosser

37d ago
$50

Dr Bob Cvetkovic

simply inspriational

37d ago
$100

Anonymous

38d ago
$100

Lambros Army

39d ago
$7.5k

Anonymous

Well done boys

39d ago
$5

Lachie Moore

41d ago
$50

Anonymous

43d ago
$5

Charlie whistler

You guys are legends! So inspirational!

43d ago
$100

Deborah Reko

Great job guys! I saw you on the Today show.

43d ago
$100

Why support ACRF?

They fund world-class research into all types of cancer

Since 1984, ACRF have provided over $184 million of funding to innovative cancer research projects that aim to discover new and improved ways to prevent, detect and treat all types of cancer.

ACRF provides large grants that make a real impact

Annually ACRF awards grants of between $1 million and $10 million to visionary cancer research projects. They back bold ideas that explore new ways of approaching the challenges attached to treating this complex disease.

They support research across Australia

ACRF provides the brightest researchers in Australia with the technology, equipment and infrastructure needed. They are proud to say that cancer research in Australia is consistently punching above its weight.

Here are just some past projects ACRF supporters have helped fund:

Cervical Cancer Vaccine

ACRF supporters contributed to the seed funding for Professor Ian Frazer’s development of a cervical cancer vaccine. Thanks to a national immunisation program, Australia is set to be the first country to effectively eliminate the disease.

Personalised Cancer Treatment

Donations from ACRF supporters enabled an ambitious project that aims to provide each cancer patient a personalized treatment plan within 36 hours from diagnosis.

Zero Childhood Cancer

Thanks to the generosity of their supporters, ACRF became one of the founding partners of an initiative to tackle the most difficult cases of infant, childhood and adolescent cancer in Australia. Clinical trials are currently underway nationally and results are looking positive.

Thank you for helping people like Louise.

Louise was just 41 years old when she discovered a lump in the shower. By the end of that same week, she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Louise faced 12 months of gruelling treatment, but never lost her love for movement. She tried to keep active, even during this difficult time, which some days meant managing only a 200m walk. 

In September 2023, at aged 42, Louise set her sights on the Sydney Marathon – she ran an incredible 42kms to help raise vital funds and awareness for cancer research. 

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