Big bids help kids with cancer

Big bids help kids with cancer

Businesses and individuals alike got behind The Kids’ Cancer Project’s end of financial year online auction making it a roaring success!

Businesses and individuals alike got behind The Kids’ Cancer Project’s end of financial year online auction to keep up the momentum of fundraising for bold scientific research.

The auction, known as “Big Bids for Kids”, ran throughout the month of June and was supported by 25 generous retailers, clubs and consumer businesses who freely donated goods ensuring more dollars go towards scientific research.

In total, $26,000 was raised which will go directly to supporting the Australian and New Zealand Children’s Haematology/Oncology Group (ANZCHOG).


Read more: ANZCHOG International Clinical Trials Support


Patrick Phibbs, Head of Partnerships at The Kids’ Cancer Project says this is a result everyone involved can celebrate.

“The Kids’ Cancer Project thanks supporters and bidders involved in the 2021 Big Bids for Kids along with all partners for their continued generosity,” says Pat.

"Our goal this year was to raise $25,000, so to have surpassed that is something we can all be proud of."

 

Companies that donated items were: Wotso; Motorsport Australia; Manly Warringah Sea Eagles; Melbourne City Football Club; Let’s Go Surfing; Lorraine lea; Yamaha; Bromic; Bondi Wash; Play Pouch Australia; Urban Surf; Bitton Gourmet; Three Blue Ducks; Modern Star; Archie Rose; Rugby Australia; Freedom; Four Pillars Gin; Cowboys; National Gallery of Australia; Village Inn; Western Australian Cricket Association; Lindt; Sharp IT; Myer.

 

More ways to get involved to help kids with cancer! 

Register your interest in The Kids’ Cancer Project Women in Business event, Thursday 9 September at Sydney’s Woollahra Hotel and the charity’s Spring Golf Day, Friday 17 September at St Michael’s Golf Club, Little Bay NSW by contacting patrick@tkcp.org.au

 

Get in touch

With thanks to the support of our partners we can continue to fund vital childhood cancer research. Contact our team today to see how we can work together.

 

Owen Finegan

Owen Finegan

Chief Executive Officer
Patrick Phibbs

Patrick Phibbs

Head of Partnerships

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