Theo went on to smash his fundraising goal of $5,000, instead raising an incredible $7,300. Mercedes-Benz Adelaide hosted a Ladies' Night, with fundraising from the night going towards the cause. The CMV Group Staff Foundation was pleased to have contributed to the total also.
Childhood Cancer Association CEO, Cath O’Loughlin, says that every week in South Australia another child is diagnosed with cancer, which is devastating news for any family. She says,
The Childhood Cancer Association is based in Adelaide and currently supports more than 400 families, with all 30 services provided free of charge. You can read more about their work in the community here.
Well done Theo on your commitment to raising money for such an important cause.
Pictured in banner, L - R: Childhood Cancer Association mascot Elliot, Childhood Cancer Association Chief Executive Cath O’Loughlin, Childhood Cancer Association ambassador Travis Boak, Mercedes-Benz Adelaide Sales Consultant Theo, Mercedes-Benz Adelaide Assistant Accountant and CMV Group Staff Foundation representative Tina, and Mercedes-Benz Adelaide and Unley Dealer Principal David Upton.
Pictured in carousel: assorted photos from the Childhood Cancer Association visit to Mercedes-Benz Adelaide, and from the Ladies' Night held promoting awareness and fundraising for the cause.