CanTeen, a national peer support network created so that no young person has to go through a cancer experience alone.
Matthew Ford's OUSA fight night
- $2,040.00 donated
- 37 generous donors
I'm going to be competing in the OUSA Charity Fight Night raising money for the Can-Teen Foundation.
As some of you may or may not know I will be doing the OUSA charity fight night on the 13th of July, with my selected charity being Can-Teen. A majority of us unfortunately know of people that have suffered from cancer whether it being family or friends. So lets all get together and raise some coins for a good cause and ill take a few cheeky knocks to the head in the process !! The goal is to raise at least $600 and my sponsor The Bloke is giving a spot prize voucher for a couple people that are generous in giving. So please if able, help me and Can-Teen out by chucking a couple of dollars towards a good cause
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Though I have had no relationship yet with this beneficiary, I have known a few individuals that have passed away or who have had cancer
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