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Support Cameron Slater - The Blogger vs the Slogger

$5,840 of $4,000 goal
Given by 75 generous donors in 26 days

Blogger, Cameron Slater, will fight in the Super 8 Redemption match, in Christchurch Arena, Saturday 28th March, for KidsCan.

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  Canterbury Child Welfare Poverty Event

Cameron Slater and cricketer Jesse Ryder will go

toe-to-toe in the ring in Christchurch. These two

sometimes controversial and polarising figures say

getting into the ring for KidsCan is a huge motivator.

• People who donate $500 or more, will receive a ‘Super 8 Redemption’ t-shirt signed by Jesse and Cam.

• If Cam raises over $10,000 he will fight in the red corner of the boxing ring. Anyone who knows Cam understands that his political leanings are blue, so this will be a big deal for him!

• But wait there's more, everyone who donates will go into the draw to win a lunch with Cameron and three friends at the ‘White Rabbit’ in Auckland’s Britomart – transportation at their own cost.

The awesome thing is, all proceeds will go toward providing disadvantaged Kiwi kids with the basics, to help them reach their full potential in life.

KidsCan Charitable Trust's involvement (page creator)

All funds raised benefit the KidsCan Charitable Trust.

About us

As a reputable New Zealand charity, we strive to be the conduit for individuals, community, business and Government to co-operate in providing food, clothing and basic health care in schools, to enable all disadvantaged NZ children to reach their potential.

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Guest Donor on 28 Mar 2015
A worthy cause. Lets hope both combatants have fun and neither is other than mildly bruised at the conclusion.
Zutroy on 28 Mar 2015
GCMC on 28 Mar 2015
Go Cam...!
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