We’re proud to announce our latest Ambassador Dr Michela Sorensen

We are proud to announce our newest ambassador Dr Michela Sorensen. Dr Michela Sorenson’s approach to healthcare focuses on sharing knowledge and, in doing so,

Fibre Friday – Quinoa Edition | October 2020

This months edition of Fibre Friday is all about quinoa thanks to our friends at Keen Wah – breakfast quinoa made delicious everyday of the

Shiavello + Jodi Lee Foundation’s Workplace Program

In August we hosted an exclusive workplace program breakfast at the Adelaide Oval to the Shiavello Group and 30 of their clients.  “Schiavello Construction SA have been partnering with the

Isabelle Silbery thought bowel cancer was an ‘old person’s disease’. Then she had a colonoscopy.

In 2018 I fulfilled my long-held dream to travel to New York with Ness and Sha, two of my closest girlfriends at the time. That trip

Fibre Friday – with Leah Istines | September 2020

For fibre Friday this month we collaborated with Leah Istines. Leah has shared 4 delicious and healthy recipes with us; beetroot juice, cheesy broccoli soup,

Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer at just 43. Here’s what under 50s need to know about bowel cancer.

If you’re under 50, the recent death of Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman of colon cancer at just 43 may have prompted a worrying thought.

Join The JLF 300K Step Challenge

This October we’re challenging you to take 300,000 steps to help us raise awareness about the steps you can take to prevent bowel cancer. The

Do we have to poop every day? Here’s what five experts have to say.

The experts weigh in on the dos and don’ts of number twos. Some days you might find yourself in and out of the toilet, and some

Q&A With Our Supporter, Fox Gordon

Almost a month ago we finished The JLF Trek at the stunning Fox Gordon winery in the Adelaide Hills, a long-time supporter of the Jodi

Are you due for breast, bowel or cervical screening?

Cancer won’t wait for COVID-19 to be over and getting screened can save your life. Screening programs continue to operate and measures have been put