LIFE Cycle for CanTeen has raised almost $1.7 million in the past two decades and is planning a commemorative book to mark the 20-year anniversary of the charity group. However, the book, which is due out in January, needs fundraising of its own. Life Cycle for CanTeen founder Jenny Aramini, of Carlisle, is hoping online crowdfunding can raise $2000 to cover printing costs. The group’s volunteers organise a three-day ride from Bassendean to Busselton and a three or four-day mountain bike event each year. The book will document heart-warming and inspiring stories from the charity that supports 12 to 25-year-olds living with cancer. Ms Aramini was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for her services to youth and her charity work earlier this year and took part in the Queen’s Baton Relay ahead of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. South Metropolitan MLC Kate Doust last week made the first donation of $200. To donate, search Life Cycle for CanTeen at www. gofundme.com.
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