This Sunday, she will take part in the Run for a Reason 4km walk from the CBD to East Perth.
The Year 10 Woodvale Secondary College student was diagnosed with brain cancer on August 4, 2013. She has been in remission for 11 months.
Chloe will walk in the Telethon Adventurers team.
�They�re (Telethon Adventurers) helping to find a cure for children�s brain cancer so it�s something I thought I should be a part of and give back,� she said.
�I�ve had so many friends pass away from brain cancer, it�s so common in kids. It�s the number one killer in kids and not many people know that.�
Chloe�s dad Rob will join her this weekend.
�When I finish, I�ll feel like I�ve achieved so much and I�ll be really proud of myself,� Chloe said.
To donate, visit https://hbfrun 2015.everydayhero.com/au/lee-2.
Participants who raise more than $200 for Lifeline WA at Run for a Reason are in the running to win a Mazda 2 Neo.