A GROUP of families donning the colour orange gathered at Nielson Park Beach yesterday to take part in the Walk For Prems 2015 event.

Organiser Julia Peterson said the 2km walk to Bargara was aimed at raising funds for Life's Little Treasure Foundation, who helped Ms Peterson when her son Taylor was born 10 weeks premature last July.

"Without their help, we wouldn't know what to do," she said.

"We were struggling to have a family for seven years. We had multiple miscarriages. We fought so hard and we got back up."

"Taylor is our little miracle."

Ms Peterson said the fundraiser was her way of saying thank you to Life's Little Treasure Foundation for all the support her family received.

"I went through abit of a bad stage and they helped me through it."

The walk was concluded with a sausage sizzle.



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