Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 December 2022

Christmas Workshops in Hyden

11 December 2022

Christmas Craft Collective

20 August 2022

Dare to Care Swim 2022

Please register for the Dare to Care Swim 2022

Bayside Kitchen, Matilda Bay

8am-11am on Saturday, August 20 2022

This year we are swimming to honour the memory of our very own angel, Jayde Kinane. A young woman who so very sadly lost her battle with CF last year.

So please come and join us to “take your breath away.”

This is our fifth annual 1 kilometre Dare to Care Swim in the chilly Swan River. This year we also have a new “Splash and Dash” division which may appeal to the children.

We are a 100% volunteer-run charity helping raise much needed funds for research into a cure for the life threatening disease, Cystic Fibrosis. Every cent raised goes directly into research!

For more info and registration info please click here

4 June 2022

UBX Scarborough Open Day

We are thrilled the team at UBX Scarborough have chosen Conquer Cystic Fibrosis to be the beneficiary of their annual open day this year.

The team at UBX want everyone to experience the benefits of training like a boxer.  So next Saturday (4th of June) there opening their doors to the local community with everyone invited to experience a free UBX workout!

What better way to give the UBX workout a try, why not bring along a friend too!

On the day there will be raffles, prizes, competitions and much, much more to help spread awareness of Cystic Fibrosis including:

+ Live DJ

+ Food and Drink


+ Raffle

+ In club competitions

So come on down to UBX Scarborough, 25 Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough on Saturday June 4 from 7am, and enjoy a great workout for our cause.

12 June 2022

Tea Tastic Tea Party for CCF

An afternoon not to be missed…  High Tea, free flowing bubbles, door prize, silent auction, raffles, passionate speakers and lots more.

As a 100% volunteer-run charity, every cent we raise from this event will support research to help find the cure for Cystic Fibrosis (CF). CF is a cruel disease and there are now more than 3400 Australians currently living with it.

Conquer Cystic Fibrosis supports research through the Telethon Kids Institute, Institute of Respiratory Health and Australian Cystic Fibrosis Research Trust.

When: Sunday 12 June 2022

Cost: $70 per person

Dress: “Tastic”

Where: Midland Town Hall 312 Great Eastern Highway Midland

Tables seat 10

Click here to book your tickets.

If anyone with CF is planning on attending the tea party please note that the current national guidelines on cross infection will apply.

The safety of our guests, volunteers and the wider community is our absolute priority and therefore this event has been organised as a COVID-19 safe event.  As a result, all attendees aged 16 years and over must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and be able to provide proof of vaccination.

This requirement is in line with the Public Health Order issued by the Government of Western Australia.

We appreciate your understanding.

10 April 2022

Walk the Talk 2022 – Postponed

We hope you can join us on Sunday, 10 April 2022, to take part in our second walk to raise awareness of organ donation and raise money to fund Cystic Fibrosis (CF) related research.

Where: Burswood Park Perth 9.00am (Registration from 8.30am)

Cost: Adults $50.00 per person

Children (aged 5 – 17) $20.00 per person

Family Pass 2 x Adults and 2 x Children $130.00

Children under the age of 5 are free.

If you are not able to join us on the day you can also sign up to be a virtual walker.

Virtual Adults $50.00 per person

Virtual Child $20.00 per person

The safety of all walkers, volunteers and the wider community is our absolute priority at Conquer Cystic Fibrosis and therefore the walk has been organised as a COVID-19 safe event.  As a result, in order to participate in the walk, all walkers aged 16 years and over must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and be able to provide proof of vaccination at registration.

This requirement is in line with the Public Health Order issued by the Government of Western Australia.

Mandatory contact registration and increased hygiene measures will be in place and will also apply to this event.

To book your tickets please click here

This year’s event has been inspired by CCF ambassador Kaila Maartensz.

Kaila was diagnosed with CF at 3 months of age. At 25 Kaila’s health deteriorated and she was placed on the organ recipient list. It was heart breaking to watch Kaila struggle to breathe, talk and walk over the next 2 long years until finally she received her new lungs.  Kaila’s husband Matt was by her side throughout her transplant and the days, weeks, and months to follow.

Matt also suffered from CF being diagnosed at birth.  Unfortunately he endured many health issues while he was growing up and in 2014 Matt was also placed on the transplant list.  Matt received his new lungs 3 days later.

Following his transplant Matt was busy managing his personal training business. He had also just started his own gardening business when rather quickly, he started to feel unwell.  Matt was subsequently admitted to hospital and sadly his condition deteriorated further.  Tragically Matt passed away on 30th March 2018.  He was just 29 years of age.

Despite the tragic loss of Matt, Kaila continues to advocate for Conquer Cystic Fibrosis and organ donation.   Thank you Kaila so much from the bottom of all our hearts.

To help us raise as much money as possible, we encourage all walkers to register on our Give Now page. Here you will be able to create your own individual fundraising page with personal photos and include your own story about why you are doing the walk.  This will allow your family and friends to support you and make a donation on your behalf to Conquer Cystic Fibrosis.

When you register your Crowdraiser please use the “Walk the Talk” title on your page title with your name. (e.g. Rita’s Walk the Talk for CCF).

All money raised from the walk will fund vital CF related research.

As a 100% volunteer run charity, every dollar you raise will help us to achieve our goal to Conquer Cystic Fibrosis!