This inspiring Northern Beaches Fundraising group is holding its annual Golf Day in a few weeks and donations for prizes are still needed.

Lachie Muldoon

The Love for Lachie fundraising group was established in memory of Lachie Muldoon, who passed away at age 10, from an aggressive form of brain cancer, 6 short months after diagnosis.

Brain cancer is the undisputed number 1 killer of children in Australia and the leading cause of cancer death in Australians under 40 years old. 

The Love for Lachie fundraising group raises much needed funding for children’s brain cancer research supporting the work of Australia’s leading paediatric brain cancer researchers.

Since 2016, with the generous support of the community, Love for Lachie has raised over $1,250,000, with all funds raised going to brain cancer research. 

On Friday 6th of March 2020 they will be hosting their 5th annual ‘Love for Lachie Charity Golf Day’. This is a fantastic day and is widely supported by the local community, local businesses, and major national companies. In 2019, this event raised an incredible $220,000, and these funds have supported critical research work through Dr Nick Gottardo and his team of paediatric brain cancer researchers and oncologists at The Telethon Kids Institute. Fundraising is also currently supporting three separate newly funded trials for kids diagnosed with high grade glioma, the most deadly form of brain cancer.   

Love for Lachie Charity Golf Day 2019

Love for Lachie is seeking your support by way of prize donations for raffles / auctions, golf winners’ prizes or items for inclusion in 150 golfers kits. This presents a great opportunity to highlight your business to over 200 local guests and to support this very worthy cause. 

All major prize donations will be promoted at the event through digital marketing, and your company’s logo and details will be included in the event program on the day. The Love for Lachie Ambassador and event MC, Gus Worland, will also ensure all prize offerings are gratefully acknowledged during the luncheon. 

Please get in touch if you can assist:

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