Fundraiser for family set up after death of Jonathan Cantwell

Jonathan Cantwell in 2014

A fundraiser has been established to benefit the children of Jonathan Cantwell , who died this week at the age of 36 . The effort aims to raise $50,00 to support Cantwell's two children . Cantwell, who raced with the Jittery Joe's, Fly V Australia, Saxo Bank and Drapac teams during his career, "lost his battle to mental illness", according to the Go FundMe page, on November 6. "We would like to ask you for your generosity to help us secure some financial stability to his kids during this period of adaptation and mourning. This money will go towards rent, utility bills, education and some much needed psychological support treatment for the kids," the page states. In 2017, Cantwell wrote about surviving testicular cancer on his Facebook page, revealing that he had undergone surgery to remove a 4.5cm tumour and went through rounds of chemotherapy before being declared cancer free. ...

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