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Who Do You Relay For?

By Ray White Whitsunday

There is no doubt that cancer has already affected the lives of everyone in some way. You may know someone with cancer, you may know someone who has lost their battle, or you may know someone who has lost a loved one. Either way, the word cancer will usually bring up more sad memories than good. It is pretty safe to say that if you have never encountered cancer, you are one of the lucky ones amongst us. The Relay For Life is one event that changes the way that we look at cancer. It brings people together and gives people hope. Here at Ray White Whitsunday we have registered for the Relay For Life again this year. We are now in our 4th year participating in this great event.

For those that don’t know what Relay For Life is about, it is an 18 hour walk to raise money for cancer research with constant activities throughout the night with lots of fun, games and laughs. It starts at 3.00pm on the Saturday and finishes at 8.00am on the Sunday. Someone from every team has to be walking around the oval at all times with the team baton. This years theme is Dr Seuss, so we have created a team called One Fish, Two Fish. The event will be held on the 21st of October at the Showgrounds in Proserpine.

Our fundraising target this year is $5,000 so let’s see if we can smash it! Every donation counts…
$25 can help transport cancer patients to and from hospital.
$50 can help fund a call to a cancer nurse on Cancer council 13 11 20, that provides free information and support on all aspects of cancer.
$100 can help provide accommodation for patients who need to stay away from home while accessing treatment.
$500 can help fund ground-breaking research into new and better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.
To make a donation to our team, visit the Relay For Life website by going to fundraising.cancer.org.au or drop in to our office at Reef Plaza, Cannonvale.
Keep an eye out on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/raywhitewhitsunday for updates on our upcoming fundraisers and to see if we achieve our fundraising goal.
Thank-you for showing your support of this amazing event.
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