Loved Australian figures, Janine Allis and Pia Miranda, have joined Team ACRF as ambassadors for the Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10&5K.
Both Janine and Pia love fitness and the outdoors, and have been personally impacted by cancer, making this event and ACRF’s cause one very close to their hearts.
ACRF is so honoured to have Janine and Pia join us for this special event and look forward to raising essential funds for cancer research together.
  • Janine Allis

    Janine is a renowned international businesswoman, author and speaker best known for founding the award-winning enterprise, Boost Juice. Janine has appeared as a judge and competitor on reality TV shows including Shark Tank, Celebrity Apprentice and Australian Survivor. She has won a number of notable awards such as the Australian Business Woman of the Year and My Business Readers Choice award, both in 2004.

    "There's probably not one person on the planet that hasn't been affected by cancer in one form or another. Even though it's just one day out of your life [the Sydney Harbour 10&5k race], it can actually make the difference of whether we get a cure quicker or not." - Janine

  • Pia Miranda

    Pia is a world-renowned actor and media star, much loved for her breakout role in the 2000 feature film - Looking for Alibrandi. The role established Pia's place in Australian film and TV history, and her work was recognised by the Australian Film Institute (AFI) when she was awarded Best Actress at the AFI Awards in 2000. Pia was the winner of Australian Survivior in 2009 and continues to dominate screens in a number of film and TV lead roles.

    "It's important for me to support cancer research because cancer is everywhere, and I'm not immune - it could happen to me or anyone in my family. I've had friends and family diagnosed, so anything I can do to help is really important to me. If we can make even a bit of a difference, that would be incredible." - Pia

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