Posted On: October 03, 2020
Stylecraft are pleased to be able to partner with The Kids’ Cancer Project again to end childhood cancer by funding vital scientific research.
Stylecraft is a leading provider of contemporary furniture for corporate, educational and hospitality spaces, is set to launch their new online store Stylecraftnow.com.au.
As part of the opening celebrations, the new online store has pledged to donate 10% of all sales through the website up to the value of $20 000, for the month of October to the independent national charity.
Owen Finegan, CEO of The Kids’ Cancer Project, welcomes the ongoing commitment to funding childhood cancer research as part of the retailer’s desire to give back to the community.
“The Kids’ Cancer Project set an ambitious fundraising target to raise $1.7 million by 31 October through a matched giving appeal. Stylecraft has stepped up to make a genuine difference in the lives of children diagnosed with cancer and their families by supporting medical research to find better treatments.” he said.
Owen said he has seen firsthand the distance philanthropic and corporate social responsibility dollars can go and congratulated Stylecraft for the role they play in bringing assurance to the 950 families all around Australia each year who face the dreadful news, “your child has cancer”.
“The Kids’ Cancer Project offers organisations of all sizes the opportunity to multiply their impact up to four times through our current campaign,” said Owen. “Our mission is to stop the disease that is the number one killer of Australian children in its tracks.”
Anthony Collins, Managing Director of Stylecraft said; “We are thrilled to be able to align the launch of our new online store with an opportunity to raise funds for The Kids’ Cancer Project.”
“Despite a difficult year for everyone, our support of charities such as The Kids’ Cancer Project is unwavering and we hope the money raised contributes to advances in medical research, improved treatment options and the support of survivorship programs,” said Anthony.
Philanthropic investment with The Kids’ Cancer Project goes toward innovation grants to top researchers around Australia through collaboration with liked minded organisations. We have committed to funding eight research projects through Cancer Australia's Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme (PdCCRS).