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Please allow us to introduce ourselves. We are Sue and Kat; two West Australian women aged 60 and 27 who share a unique and special bond after competing in Australian Survivor.
We were two of 24 contestants who arrived on the tropical island of Samoa ready to outwit, outplay and outlast each other in order to win half a million dollars and the title of Sole Survivor.
Between us we spent 64 gruelling days living in the jungle where our days were filled with challenges, strategy, and outright endurance. We lost over 18kgs combined and put our bodies and minds through absolute hell. And although we did not win the coveted title – we came away with more than we could have ever imagined.
Now, alongside Sue's husband Ron - we are on to our NEXT challenge!
In September this year, we will be trekking the Great Wall of China in the name of charity. Over eleven days we will be trekking along a remote section of the Great Wall outside Beijing. The places we will visit are quite remote and seldom visited, and although it will be tough, it will also be breathtakingly beautiful and extremely rewarding.
Our trek will be making a positive difference to the lives of abused and neglected kids throughout Australia as we trek for the ACT FOR KIDS charity.
ACT FOR KIDS is an Australian charity providing free services to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect. Established in 1988, they have helped thousands of children affected by abuse and neglect. They deliver of a range of services to help children, families and carers.
Their services include intensive therapy, sexual abuse counselling, help for families at risk, teen mentoring, a specialist preschool, safe houses in remote indigenous communities and protective behaviour’s programs. Whilst they receive some government funding, they rely heavily on donations, fundraising and community support to provide free treatment for children and families.
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