Tagged: #Making A Difference

12
Sep
2016
The Riethmuller family organised "Jacko's Hawaiian Bowls Day" in memory of their husband & father Wayne "Jacko" Riethmuller.
 
"Jacko" was the president of the Peranga Bowls Club when he passed away last October and in honour of "Jacko" members, mates, friends and families wee invited to come along dressed in an Hawaiian styled outfit and join in the fun.
02
Aug
2016
Big thanks to the Northern Stingers QPSRLA for raising $3200 in support of Bowel Cancer Australia through a Sports Memorabilia Charity Auction to help others!

The Northern Stingers Queensland Police Service Rugby League Association (QPSRLA) Team has a proud tradition of annually supporting various charities for the past decade.
 
The Northern Stingers consist of QPS Employees (both Officers and Unsworn Members) spread between the District boundaries covering north of Ingham, South of the Burdekin and West well past Charters Towers. Over the past decade, the Northern Stingers have raised well over $30,000 for their adopted charities, while competing in annual charity football matches and the QPSRLA State Championships.
01
Aug
2016
As a team, the ‘Bum Buddies’ have fundraised and created awareness for Bowel Cancer Australia since 2012. “Our team was established and led by Emma Mellier after she was diagnosed with Stage 4 bowel cancer; she was 30 years old at the time. Over the two years Emma passionately led the group; we rose close to $20,000 and were able to get people talking about bowel cancer in young people. Emma Passed away in 2014 aged 32 years. The Bum Buddies Team will continue our efforts for Bowel Cancer Australia in her honour until a cure is found,” said Alanah.
01
Aug
2016
Rachel, Neisha, Jessica, Emma, Stephanie and Nicole organised a Lip Sync for Bowel Cancer fundraising event complete with live music, comedy and entertainment. There was plenty of fun and laughs while raising awareness and much needed funds for bowel cancer.
 
“So many people have been affected directly or indirectly by bowel cancer. My grandfather is a survivor of bowel cancer and my best friend, Stephanie, is currently battling stage 4 bowel cancer and was diagnosed at just 28 years of age. She is now 31 years of age and has been told that there is no cure for the tumours that have spread to her liver and will continue on treatment long term or until there is a cure. We hope that raising money for Bowel Cancer Australia will aid research and the development of new treatments for bowel cancer, to help find a cure for Stephanie and raise awareness to assist others in the early detection of bowel cancer,” said Nicole.
31
Jul
2016
“My stepmother was diagnosed with bowel cancer late last year and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. This is just a small thing I can do to honour her and feel less helpless, and also raise awareness of bowel cancer,” said Kirby.
 
Kirby shaved her head at home with just a few family and friends in attendance and raised over $800 from the fundraising event.
 
Thank you Kirby for your generosity and for helping making a difference!
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