F&P Editor Lise Taylor chatted with Box Rallies’ Founder James Freeman, whose rallies have raised over $12 million for cancer research since the event’s inception. F&P Editor Lise Taylor chatted with Box Rallies’ Founder James Freeman, whose rallies have raised over $12 million for cancer research since the event’s inception. The first Shitbox Rally was held in 2010 and it has been run annually ever since. The catalyst? The loss of founder James Freeman’s parents to cancer within 12 months of each other. “I wanted to do something significant to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. I also wanted to explore and discover more of Australia. The rally shows…

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