Asha Baker

My Activity Tracking


My target 50 kms

I'm making the impossible, possible, by taking part in the Impossible Walk & Jog for my Dad, Murray, to raise much needed funds for dementia research.

As many would know Dad was diagnosed with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) at the age of 39. 
This illness robbed my Dad, of fatherhood much more. 
Many of those around us did not understand, or chose to not understand this horrible, isolating and monster of a disease that was impacting our young family. 
This disease didn't define who Dad was or what he meant to me. Missing you forever and always.

I’m challenging myself by committing to 50km over 2 weeks to raise much needed awareness and funds to support people impacted by dementia.

But I need your help! Please make a donation to support my efforts and help me to make the impossible, possible.

My fundraising will help support the work of Dementia Australia Research Foundation, funding innovative Australian research into dementia causes, diagnosis, treatment and one day a cure.

Thank you for your support.

“A father holds his daughter’s hand for a short while, but he holds her heart forever.” – Unknown

My Achievements

Received first donation

Uploaded profile pic

Shared page on social

Reached fundraising target

Reached km target

Made my impossible, possible

Thank you to my Supporters



Good on you Asha


Dan And Asha

Our contribution to help fund much needed research on an illness that so many are impacted by. Thanks to everyone's support thus far!


Jeanette Bates

Good on you for walking for Dementia and for your family and Dad, who was a great Dad to both you and Luke xx


Robin Close

Great fund to support Ash, proud to contribute. Well done.


Karen Davis

Asha - good on you for this effort, especially when you are so busy in your working life. Your beautiful Dad would be very proud of you. Kxx


Jim And Maxine De Visser





love you ❤️❤️ so proud of you


Corrie De Visser



Come on Asha, keep going. Doing a fantastic job. Exceeding expectations, with your walking (and fundraising) xoxo


Maryann Brown

Well done Asha!


Lisa Clare

Big love to you Asha


Lyn And Jock Whittaker

Your Dad was a fun loving, compassionate guy. He was a dear friend to us. He was well liked and respected in the community, someone who could be trusted and a wonderful example of a loving husband and father. His family were very precious to him. A lovely tribute to Murray. Xx



👏👏 on raising awareness and much needed funds . Look forward to seeing your updates


Wendy Baker

I am so proud of you your Dad would be. I will feel forever saddened that you never knew Dad the way I did. His love for you and Luke was endless and he so would have been the most amazing Dad and mentor for you both. Dementia robbed our family of so much and it is still so misunderstood and isolating for those experiencing it now. Well done on supporting reseach into this debilitating illness.


Kaylene Baker

So proud of you my sweet girl as would your dear Dad would be, lots of love KK, Paul and Kirsty xx


Kaye Thomson

Great effort Asha, well done xx



Great initiative Asha and a terrific tribute to your wonderful dad.


Flowers For Jane


Vivien Couche

Go Asha👏


Jordan & Ash Wolff

Well done Asha!! What a great goal to have reached and donation to make to a cause so close to your heart! I can’t imagine the pain in your loss and the times you’ve missed with your Dad but I do know he loves you and wherever he is now he is incredibly proud of you! You ooze positivity and your glass is always half full, an incredible outlook on life… which you’ve shown yet again by setting this goal and surpassing it on both levels while spreading information and your own “story” with such a terrible illness! Xxx


Colleen And Geoff Addison

Go Asha. Great cause


Kim And Alex

Way to go Asha! We’ll be cheering on from home X


Phil And Wendy Cook



In memory of your wonderful Dad. Good on you Asha!


Toni Cox

Love you Asha x You're such a strong person and such a ball of sunshine.



Good on you, Smasha! Hope you smash your target!



Well done Asha!


Flynn Bird


Jen Campbell

For all our loved touched by various forms of dementia.


Linda T.

Hope this helps Asha



Good job Asha.



Go Asha. Great work



Go Girl!


Robyn Maclean

Well done, Asha


Bridget Evans

Great work Smasha. So proud of you!




Jo Penrose



Fantastic effort


Maria Allison

I never knew your dad, but he helped to raise an amazing person in you, Asha!


Karel Thomas

You go girl 🤩





Love your work, thank you for sharing your very personal journey.