Case study | Vuly

Case study | Vuly

Working closely with organisations to support and help children and their families is one of Vuly’s core values and with the prevalence of childhood cancer within Australia, Vuly were honoured to have the opportunity to partner with the Kids’ Cancer Project.

Vuly is one of Australia’s leading outdoor play equipment companies. Specialising in backyard trampolines, monkey bars, swings & playsets, Vuly has been pushing limits for more than 14 years and counting.

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Why does Vuly Play choose to support The Kids’ Cancer Project?

Vuly is a family company, selling play equipment predominantly for children with the goal to help kids lead an active and healthy lifestyle. Working closely with organisations to support and help children and their families is one of Vuly’s core values and with the prevalence of childhood cancer within Australia, Vuly were honoured to have the opportunity to partner with The Kids’ Cancer Project.

As an outdoor play equipment company, active, safe, and healthy play afforded to kids of all abilities is our passion. Utilising the therapeutic benefits of outdoor play equipment is invaluable to children in rehabilitation, undergoing medical treatments, and looking for a safe way to engage in physical activity. As a result, Vuly was incredibly grateful to be given the opportunity to work with The Kids’ Cancer Project to help those impacted by childhood cancer and to raise awareness for this cause.

Carl Ellis, a spokesperson for Vuly Play, said, “At Vuly, we aim to contribute to society by making healthy play both safe and fun. Being a company that primarily makes outdoor play products for kids, we were delighted with the opportunity to be involved with The Kids' Cancer Project.”

Key Challenges and Solution

Vuly are passionate about being involved in projects and sponsorships to help Australian families, and spreading awareness for those who may be struggling with a medical condition. Being involved with The Kids’ Cancer Project was a way for us to start conversations within our workplace about the impact of childhood cancer, and how we as a company can support those who may be suffering. Through fostering these important conversations and discussions, we were able to develop a further understanding and appreciation for the work that The Kids’ Cancer Project are involved in and allowed for Vuly staff to learn more about how they can help make a difference in helping beat childhood cancer.

Outcome & results of partnership

Vuly were proud to have the opportunity to donate one of our large 360 Pro Max swing sets, in addition to several swing set attachments and a wagon rover cart to be auctioned off at The Kids’ Cancer Project Christmas for a Cure event. This event saw an attendance of 380 guests, with the Vuly equipment auctioned for $1000. We were honoured to be a part of this event, and look forward to continuing our connection with The Kids’ Cancer Project in the future.

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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