Fantastic help for kids’ cancer research

Fantastic help for kids’ cancer research

National retailer opens their hearts to kids with cancer with Campbelltown store refresh.

Iconic Australian brand, Fantastic Furniture, is getting set to open a fresh new-look store in Campbelltown, New South Wales. And when they do, it will be a family fun day catered for everyone!

On Saturday 26 May, the furniture giant will celebrate the brand refresh in carnival atmosphere including food trucks, balloon artistry, a free photo-booth, jumping castle, face painting and kids’ craft.

Throughout the festivities, huge savings storewide as well as give-aways will be on offer.

But wait, in the spirit of all legendary retail events, there's more.

The Fantastic team will also be raising money for The Kids' Cancer Project, an independent national charity that funds scientific research to help find kinder, more effective treatments for the 950 children diagnosed with the disease every year.

Owen Finegan, the charity's CEO is delighted with the retailer's initiative.

"Not only the new-look Campbelltown store, but all Fantastic Furniture stores in surrounding suburbs will be selling raffle tickets to help us raise funds," Owen said. "Plus for every $250 spent on kids beds on the day, Fantastic will donate $25 to childhood cancer research."

"We're thrilled that Fantastic Furniture have chosen to honour children with cancer all around Australia by giving something back," he said. "And what kids with cancer need is science to help find a cure.

The retailer's Group Chief Executive, Deborah Singh, is proud to lead her team in supporting children with cancer.

"Partnering with The Kids' Cancer Project is not only important to us but also to those affected in our Fantastic family and community," said Ms Singh. "We know how vital it is to help make our customers lives feel a little bit fantastic, even when times are hard."

"The Kids' Cancer Project ultimately aims to find a cure, and we're completely on board with this very worthy cause," she said.