Jarred Fissenden

March On

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My target 96 kms

Support my 96km challenge to save lives

This March, I am conquering 96km to support Soldier On's lifesaving mental health services and to honour our brave veterans and their families.

Why 96kms? Because that's the length of the Kokoda Track to symbolise the courage and sacrifice of our service members.

Please March On with me and support my challenge, and together we can save lives.

$37 can fund a peer support session to 3 veterans, giving a safe and supportive space and an important first step in gaining the help they need.

Thanks so much for your support and wish me luck!

My Achievements

I added a profile pic

Made a personal donation to my page

Shared my page on my social media

I received my first donation

$75 to fund a peer support session for six veterans to reconnect with their community

$160 to fund a psychology session to help a veteran on the path to recovery

$500 to fund a Pathways networking event for 25 veterans to help them secure employment

I reached my fundraising target!

I have completed the length of the Kokoda Track!

My Updates

A mild inconvenience

Wednesday 17th Feb
Thank you all once again for the amazing support! Because of you guys our team is second on the leaderboard, a rag tag bunch of dipshi*s battling it out against some pretty big corporations (who knew fundraising could be so competitive).

So I'd never really been too worried about getting the 96km. As a team we planned to do three pack marches of 20-25km and then fill in the rest with runs in our own time. Safe to say I won't be running in my trend setting new footwear...

But you all needn't worry, I haven't taken your money without fulfilling my end of the bargain. It just makes the challenge that little bit more enjoyable!

To well and truely sound like a broken record, thank you all so much again for your donations. If you know anyone that might be interested in what we're doing, you have my permission to go full Jehovah's Witness and share our link so they can contribute too ;)

Love to all xx

Thank you to my Sponsors




Marian Evans

well done Jarred your mum sounds very proud of you !


Chris & Hayley Fissenden


Denso Australia Pty Ltd

Well Done Jarred. All the best with the fundraiser.


Jim & The Team At West-trans

Good Luck Jarred


Jarred Fissenden


The Heaps

GO JARRED .... try not to break anything!


Callum O'shannessy

"Doesn’t even donate 100" Suck my ass Josh Daujat


The Brownlee's

Well done Jarred and a great cause to support!




Aer Design


John Gilbert

Congratulations Jarred on such a vital and wonderful initiative


Deborah Shea



Duty First


Tori Heap

From one soldier on alumna to another, keep kicking goals J-rad!!




Isobel Smith

quite a challenge Jarred. Norm's dad was in PNG during WW11. A very hard slog. Good luck


Barb And Keith

Good cause Jarred. Barb and I are going to walk the 96k's as part of our normal walking activities. Hope we make it.


Ray And Wendy Gaunt

Great work Jarred




Michael Simpson

great cause Jarred , good luck on the challenge !


Neil Harker

Excellent cause. Keep up the good work.


Malcolm White

Hi Jarred, I am a colleague of your Dad. Great to see you embarking on this initiative.


Luke Te Moni



Danielle Wardle


Michael Urban


Ingrid Louise Hendricks


Jo Gheller

Best of luck Jarred (I'm a friend of your mum)


Margaret S

Good luck Jarred


Luke Sexton