Sarah White is the mother of Bella. Bella was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in 2011. She is now nine, thankfully doing well and remains the inspiration behind Sarah’s huge involvement with Run2Cure and Neuroblastoma Australia.

Sarah first attended Run2Cure in 2014 and has attended every year since. In 2018, Team ‘Our Superhero Bella’ had their largest team ever, with over 70 children and adults. Each year the team grows larger. Sarah’s family and friends make up the majority of our team, plus some work colleagues. To date, they’ve raised an amazing $115,000.

Knowing what Bella went through, and all the babies and children have been through or are currently going through, motivates Sarah to create a greater community awareness of this horrendous disease. Each year through Run2Cure, Team ‘Our Superhero Bella’ strives to fundraise as much as they can to help make a difference and support vital Neuroblastoma research.

“My favourite part of Run2Cure is spending the day with her beautiful family and friends who are there to support Bella. We’re always there from start to finish as there are so many fun things to do (the kids never want to leave!)” - Sarah White


Sarah believes that Run2Cure is a fantastic community event that everyone can participate in to support Neuroblastoma Australia and their important work.

This event is a major fundraising event for Neuroblastoma Australia, which not only helps to create awareness of this childhood cancer however also raises funds for crucial Neuroblastoma research.

We need this research to help our babies & children diagnosed now and in the future. Hopefully one day even find a cure thanks to super supporters like Sarah.

You can support Our Superhero Bella in 2019 through their Run2Cure team page and read more about Bella's story here.