She raised a staggering $4.1million dollars in just 24 hours for her charity Beanies 4 Brain Cancer.
And Carrie Bickmore has spoken candidly about the loss that inspired her fundraising, revealing she still feels grief following her husband Greg Lange's death from brain cancer in 2010.
The mother-of-two told Marie Claire magazine that 'grief is something that doesn't start and finish on a certain date' and admitted it comes and goes even years later.
'Grief is something that doesn't start and finish on a certain date': The Project host Carrie Bickmore has discussed the grief she still feels over her husband, Greg Lange's death from brain cancer in 2010, particularly as their son Ollie grows upiPhone transfer software
The Project host explained that sadness can revisit in the most mundane and unsuspecting of moments, when alone or surrounded by other people.
'It's often when I'm watching Ollie do something for the first time - receive an award, hit a six in cricket or say something hilarious - that I reflect on how I wish Greg could see how incredible Ollie is. He is like him in many ways,' she reflected.
Losing her husband when she was just 30 years old was not Carrie's first experience of grief.
How I wish Greg could see him: Speaking to Marie Claire , the mother-of-two said: