Raine & Horne agencies in the Inner West Sydney supported kids with cancer raising $50,000 in 2015 and are now set to do it again.
“The Raine and Horne’s Inner West group have really highlighted what a community can do," said Owen Finegan, Chief Executive of The Kids’ Cancer Project.
"We’re thrilled to see Sydney’s Inner West step up and help kids with cancer by supporting research,” he said.
Fifteen Raine & Horne offices from Sydney’s Inner West joined forces in the name of childhood cancer research and hosted a range of community events. Auction days brought BBQs, head shaves and the sale of The Kids’ Cancer Project teddy bears, which are donated to children’s hospitals around Australia.
The group also generously donated a percentage of sales from every house sold during the months of August, September and October in 2015.
“When The Kids’ Cancer project staff came to our office and shared some of the children’s stories with us, it really motivated us to do something," said Michael Montano, Director of Annandale, Drummoyne and Leichhardt Raine & Horne.
"We added a few more activities to fundraise and highlight what children with cancer and their family’s go through,” he said.
The Kids’ Cancer Project is extremely grateful for the support of Raine & Horne Inner West and look forward to working with them again.
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