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A Hobart nurse has raised more than $ 5,000 to help children fight cancer by running up Mount Wellington once a day for a week. Meriem Daoui ran the Point to Pinnacle course for the seventh time on Sunday in her effort to raise money for the Tim Blair Run for Kids Foundation. “Running up Mount Wellington every day for seven days has taught me so much about myself and the impact our actions can have in improving the world,” she said on social media. Tim Blair came to Meriem for two days during the week and said he was impressed by her efforts to raise money and give a voice to people affected by childhood cancer. “She’s a beautiful person and what she’s done is great,” he said. Not only has she raised a lot of money, but she has also raised awareness and given a voice to children fighting for their lives and those who have died. Mr Blair said the money raised would go straight back to children with cancer and their families. “Meriem is no different from me or anyone else, but she has chosen to do this and make a positive contribution,” he said. “It’s a great example of what one person can do and what a difference they can make and we can all choose to do something positive. ”

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FUNDS COLLECTING: Meriem Daoui and Tim Blair. Image: included

A Hobart nurse has raised more than $ 5,000 to help children fight cancer by running up Mount Wellington once a day for a week.

Meriem Daoui ran the Point to Pinnacle course for the seventh time on Sunday in her effort to raise money for the Tim Blair Run for Kids Foundation.

“Running up Mount Wellington every day for seven days has taught me so much about myself and the impact our actions can have in improving the world,” she said on social media.

Tim Blair came to Meriem for two days during the week and said he was impressed by her efforts to raise money and give a voice to people affected by childhood cancer.

“She’s a beautiful person and what she’s done is great,” he said.

“Not only has she raised a lot of money, but she has also raised awareness and given a voice to children fighting for their lives and those who have passed away.

Mr Blair said the money raised would go straight back to children with cancer and their families.

“Meriem is no different from me or anyone else, but she has chosen to do this and make a positive contribution,” he said.

“It’s a great example of what one person can do and what a difference they can make, and we can all choose to do something positive.”

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