Cancer is one of the biggest challenges of this century that not only takes a toll on individuals but also has significant financial and emotional impacts on families. Despite research efforts all over the world to discover a definitive cure, there are still many aspects of cancer treatment that remain elusive. However, there have been some successful breakthroughs in the field. Late counselor Fred Brog took the initiative to help cancer patients by facilitating their treatment and providing financial support. He also aimed to enrich the field with the latest equipment, technology, and research on this formidable disease. Moreover, he was successful in generating a significant amount of funds for the Macarthur region. After his passing, Cr. Warren Morrison continued Fred’s journey and tirelessly worked to generate funds to assist Macarthur patients and hospitals. As a citizen and resident of the Macarthur region, it is our obligation to support this noble cause. As your representative, I urge my followers, friends, family, and all citizens of Macarthur to step forward and join this campaign. Cancer teaches us that we are all equal in the eyes of the Lord. When it strikes, it does not discriminate based on color, race, belief, gender, or size. Together, we can defeat cancer. Let us unite as the Macarthur community, standing shoulder to shoulder to combat this formidable foe. The 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer Macarthur is an annual fundraising movement that exists to provide the Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centre, the Oncology Ward, and the Paediatric Ambulatory Care Unit at Campbelltown Hospital and the Palliative Care Unit and associated Outreach services at Camden Hospital with the extra services and equipment they need to assist in the treatment, care, and comfort of children and adults dealing with cancer. All money raised stays in Macarthur. The Totally Volunteer Committee ensures that all expenses are covered by Local Businesses and Service Clubs.