#MoveAgainstCancer 2022 Step Challenge
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#MoveAgainstCancer: back for 2022!

After raising over $100,000 last year, Central Coast’s Biggest Step Challenge, #MoveAgainstCancer, is back for 2022.

Moving more is extremely important for our mind and body, so we’re encouraging residents of the Central Coast to participate in our annual #MoveAgainstCancer Step Challenge this September.  We’re on a mission to get people exercising and moving more to improve their health and happiness! Reduce your cancer risk and enjoy the beautiful Central Coast by joining us on this mission.

The 2022 September #MoveAgainstCancer Step Challenge encourages people to record their steps over the whole month to win prizes whilst fundraising for Cancer Council NSW – Central Coast.  Participation costs $10, with all money going to Cancer Council to ensure nobody on the Central Coast faces a cancer diagnosis alone.

Dr Do More Ash Bowden

Bigger & Better

This is the third annual #MoveAgainstCancer step challenge. Last year we raised over $100,000 for Cancer Council and had over 800 people involved. We hope to raise even more this year!

It’s such a simple, achievable challenge for people to participate in. When asked ‘How do I get more active?’ the best answer is always to start with a walk. 

Moving more has unbelievable benefits on your health – reduced risk of cancers, reduced risk of cardiorespiratory disease, improved cognition and more. Importantly, it has a huge impact on our mental health, something we all need right now.  The pandemic and current financial climate has caused so much stress and anxiety. Getting outside and staying active massively helps your headspace, helping us to stay positive as we move forward.

“We are excited to see this initiative return to the community for its third year.  As well as the positive health benefits gained from those participating, the funds raised will support local cancer patients here on the coast, and fund critical research”

Jaynie Moloney, Community Relations Coordinator, Cancer Council NSW – Central Coast

Let’s Get Moving

The challenge starts on Thursday, September 1st and will run to Friday, September 30th. 

We suggest using any type of activity watch or smartphone to track your steps. And if you need more motivation, logging your steps each day puts you in the running to win prizes! There are many categories to win: the individual with the most steps, most steps as a team, biggest fundraiser, a caption competition, and more.

We want as many Coasties as possible to come together in teams to step it out and help raise much needed funds for cancer research.

To register, visit:


Our Sponsors

We want to thank Eastcoast Beverages & Smile On Clinics, this year’s proud major sponsors.

Eastcoast Beverages have been providing premium, Australian fresh fruit juices, fruit drinks, and spring water since 1965! All of their citrus is grown, squeezed and bottled at our family farm on the Central Coast ‘by Aussie hands on Aussie land’. Eastcoast Juices is also committed to having a light footprint on the Earth, which is why they’ve created ‘Return, Regrow, Re-juice method’ so that nothing from their product is wasted.

Smile On Clinics are the local leaders in cosmetic dentistry and dental implants. They comprise of a network of premium dental practices located across the Central Coast, Hunter Valley, Sydney and beyond. Dental practices include Avoca Beach Dental, Saratoga Dental, Mingara Dental & Implant Centre, Warnervale Dental, Empire Bay Dental, Bonnells Bay Dental, Tailored Teeth Burwood and Poynton Place Dental & Implant Centre in Thornton. Their goal is to provide exceptional dental care to their patients in a friendly and caring environment. Using the most advanced treatment and technology available, Smile on Clinics are creating beautiful smiles across the Central Coast and beyond.

Are you ready to #MoveAgainstCancer?

Come and join the Central Coast’s biggest step challenge in support of Cancer Council! Registrations are open now:


By Dr Ash Bowden – For more information on keeping active visit https://do-more.live  

Facebook: Dr Ash Bowden | Instagram: @doctordomore

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