Sydney car dealership, Suttons City Rosebery, has powered up its partnership with The Kids’ Cancer Project to help raise funds for scientific research into childhood cancer.
The vehicle vendor has already proven a generous supporter by providing the charity with a Holden Astra which the team drive to meetings and events, saving hundreds of dollars on transportation costs.
Now, the dealership has committed further help as outlined by Nick Fradd, General Manager at Suttons City.
“Under the partnership, Suttons City is assisting with eight vehicles as major prizes in raffles held four times a year,” Mr Fradd said.
“Suttons City is proud to confirm that our partnership will allow The Kids’ Cancer Project to continue to fundraise for scientific research towards better treatments and the ultimate goal of a cure for childhood cancer.”
But the community spirit doesn’t end there. The dealership, which is the largest in Sydney’s Easter Suburbs, plans to run events to raise awareness and funds throughout the year.
“Suttons City will also host fundraising activities such as BBQs in sale periods as part of our support for children’s cancer research,” Mr Fradd said. “Cancer is something that impacts many families and with 950 Australian children diagnosed every year Suttons City’s partnership is our way of showing support for people affected.”
The Kids’ Cancer Project CEO, Owen Finegan, said the organisation was delighted by the generous support from Suttons City.
“Our quarterly raffles have long been an excellent fundraising tool that allows us to invest over one million dollars annually," said Finegan. "Suttons City is making it easier for us to ensure more money goes directly towards funding the research that is making a difference in children’s lives.”
Suttons City is the one stop shop when buying a car, new or used. It houses 12 leading car brands including Jeep, Hyundai and Holden across 11 acres. For more information about Suttons City visit www.suttonscity.com.au
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