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A peachy sponsorship

The Foundation recently acquired sponsorship from Personnel Employed at Alcoa Charity Help (PEACH) for new laptops and monitors.

At the height of the pandemic, when having to work from home during lockdowns, our Foundation has struggled due to the lack of laptops available for the staff. With this sponsorship by PEACH, we are now able to purchase laptops for our team members to ensure we do not face this setback again.

Having new laptops will also give our team the ability to be mobile and work with our childhood cancer community in regional spaces. This will offer opportunities for our team to go out to schools and have access to our informational resources at the tip of their fingers.

We are particularly excited about what this funding means for events such as our beloved South West Bike Trek, which PEACH has been supporting for many years. With laptops on hand, our team can do more work from the event as the riders travel through the South West region.

We thank PEACH for their continued support of the Foundation. Founded in 1979, PEACH was inspired by a small group of enthusiastic Pinjarra refinery employees keen to help those in need in their local community. There are now nearly 1,000 people contributing each month, helping to fund so many worth causes.


The Plus Fitness Currambine Oar-Inspiring Indoor Row

Do you want to take on the ultimate rowing challenge, testing your limits and improving your fitness while raising funds for CLCRF? Kindly hosted by Plus Fitness Currambine, we are so excited to present to you an oar-some new event to support childhood cancer research!

Plus Fitness Currambine hopes to raise a total of $10,000 for childhood cancer research, they just need your help!

The Oar-Inspiring Indoor Row will take place on Saturday 3 October at Plus Fitness Currambine, where participants will race a marathon (42195m) in teams of 4 on Concept 2 Rowers. This feat will take approximately 3 to 4 hours to complete.

Teams are encouraged to start training for the marathon with a 12-week regime as directed by Paul from Plus Fitness Currambine. Not a member of Plus Fitness? Don’t fret – you can still get involved in this event.

Think you’re up for the challenge? Join the crew! To enter, or for more information, all you need to do is email.

Christmas competition: Jump in and support ongoing cancer research

For 40 years, the Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation has been raising funds for research into many childhood cancers. Australia has one of the highest incidents of childhood cancer in the world, and we lose three precious young lives to cancer every week. The numbers are startling and highlight why ongoing research into a cure is absolutely critical.

Fifty years ago, only 2% of children diagnosed with cancer would survive. Today, medical research has allowed survival rates to reach 80% on some childhood cancers, but there’s still much work to be done. Our Foundation relies on the generosity and support of the local community to continue supporting that vital research, so future generations can live cancer free.

As part of our current Christmas appeal, we are pleased to announce that our friends at Vuly Play have kindly donated an Ultra Medium Trampoline valued at $849. This trampoline is the safest on the market and built with a range of features – including a tightly woven no-gap net, springs that are totally external to the trampoline enclosure, and a self-closing entry. Vuly prides itself in making only the best play equipment. From kids climbing frames, to swings and trampolines, their products are built to withstand Australia’s harsh weather conditions and are also water and rust resistant.

Australia’s most popular trampoline would offer a fun and entertaining addition to any backyard! As a valued supporter of the Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation, you now have the chance to win this fabulous prize! Enter now!



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