We are incredibly proud to officially launch the Scott Rindfleish Foundation, committed to Strike Out Bowel Cancer.
Bowel cancer is a hideous disease that affects hundreds of thousands of people every year. Over 15,000 Australians are diagnosed yearly and more than 5,000 Australians lose their life each year. This is preventable in 98% of cases if diagnosed and treated early.
We must act now to save lives! And you can help!
The Scott Rindfleish Foundation was launched in 2022 by Founder Scott Rindfleish, who was diagnosed with Bowel Cancer in 2020, aged 37.
Scott Rindfleish is currently fighting terminal Stage 4 bowel cancer, aggressive cancer that has spread to his liver, lungs and adrenal glands. Currently undergoing Chemotherapy, Scott has completed more than 40 rounds of chemotherapy with plans for this to continue indefinitely.
The Scott Rindfleish Foundation is focused on three key priorities:
“If I had to pinpoint the moment when I had the greatest desire within me to do something about cancer, it was when I received the news that my cancer was incurable. In that very moment, I understood that the time had come for me to be active, and I needed to do something… Now is the time to ‘Strike Out Bowel Cancer’”.
Scott and the Scott Rindfleish Foundation are committed to going the extra mile to support cancer patients and help prevent bowel cancer, particularly in younger Australians.
Bowel cancer is the second most deadly cancer in Australia. With early detection, it is preventable in many, many cases so we have much work to do and we must act now.
Thank you in advance for your support, donations, sponsorships and for volunteering for the Scott Rindfleish Foundation; your dedication to our cause is greatly appreciated and please know that you are helping to save lives. It’s not every day you can say that; but our work will literally help save the lives of Australians in need.
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Thank you for taking the time to learn about Bowel Cancer and for your courage to talk about it with your family and friends… you never know who needs to learn about it for early detection and prevention.
We must act now to ‘Strike Out Bowel Cancer’.
We will win, not immediately, but definitely!