Ain’t No Mountain High Enough for the Creecys
It definitely seems that there ain’t no mountain high enough for the Creecy family! After waving the OCAGI flag from Mt Kosciosko, the family have decided to take on one new mountain in a new state every year to raise awareness and funds for the charity.
“It was challenging, to say the least. As we got higher up into the mountains and further into the track, the kids were struggling a little bit more – little Charlotte’s only 10 years old,” said Glenn Creecy.
At the peak, the Creecys popped a bottle champagne as they launched the OCAGI care pack.
“This pack is what we hope to deliver to every one of the 1,500 plus people who are diagnosed with oesophageal cancer every year”, said Polly Grundy, founder of the Mark Grundy Oesophageal Cancer Awareness Group.
The care pack will contain comfort items, information, things that are going to be
incredibly valuable and useful tools and items for people as they go through their
journey with oesophageal cancer