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Ros Worthington– chief executive, Carol Wainwright – executive officer, Ross Taylor – chairman, Malcolm Day, John Stott, Marie-Anne Keefe, Kobi Devenish, Melina Dichiera, Jill Nash, Carol Bishop, Tony Brennan, June Councillor. Last month, Perth-born adventurer Mark Murray set out to kayak solo and unsupported throughout the Kimberley and Buccaneer Archipelago to raise money for the Breast Cancer Foundation of WA. The journey is expected to take 101 days to complete and has taken 12 months of planning and $35,000 to organise. In a statement, Mr Murray said the expedition was all about exploring both human and geographical limits. "I hope it will be a message to others that with enough self belief and determination, anything is possible," he said. Mr Murray is encouraging all of his followers to pledge $1 to the Breast Cancer Foundation for every day that he is away. Founded in June 2000, by Ros Worthington, the Breast Cancer Foundation of WA aims to improve the quality of life for women living with breast cancer by providing practical, financial and emotional support. Visit www.kimberleybykayak.com to find out more about providing support.

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