Lexy’s Lockdown Loops Donate Support Lexy this December Our incredible super supporter Lexy will be challenging herself to run 100km this December to raise desperately needed funding for research into a cure for the children's cancer neuroblastoma. Message from Lexy I’ve never been one to shy away from a challenge and I love having the opportunity to put my passion for running to a greater good. So this year I have decided to attempt to run 100km over night for a wonderful cause - Neuroblastoma Australia. As a parent to my crazy little boy Alfie I just can’t imagine the devastation of having to see your child fight cancer let alone possibly lose the battle. It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. Funding to support these families and research is desperately needed so better treatments can be implemented. So when races were cancelled this year I thought it was the perfect opportunity to challenge myself and raise awareness and funds for this very worth living cause. On the 5th of December I will be lining up at the Narrabeen All-Nighter and running from 6pm through the night until I reach my goal of 100km - probably around 14hrs. I will be running 5.6km loops around Narrabeen Lake with my wonderful running buddy Hope. It is going to be a huge night and an even bigger challenge reaching 100k but I’m excited to give it my all and would really appreciate your support! I love a challenge and this is a great opportunity to raise awareness of neuroblastoma - the number one cancer in children and babies with an average diagnosis of only two years. Currently only one in two children beat the disease.Lexy Wilson Support Lexy today All donations will go Neuroblastoma Australia's mission of funding targeted research, raising awareness and supporting families impacted by this devastating childhood cancer. Please select a donation amount (required) $5 $10 $20 Other Set up a regular donationDonate Thank you for your support!