JARRYD ROUGHEAD VISITS SOUTH MELBOURNE TOYOTA
Hawks superstar here to support South Melbourne Toyota/VFL Grand Final series competition.
RELAY FOR LIFE
Relay For Life is a chance for communities to recognise and celebrate those who have overcome cancer or are undergoing treatment, as well as the people who care for them. Relay also provides an opportunity to celebrate the memory of loved ones lost to cancer.
Each Relay For Life event is organised by a local volunteer committee on behalf of Cancer Council. Teams of 10¬–15, which are headed up by a team captain, get together and fundraise year-round. Everyone then meets at the Relay to celebrate the amazing fundraising achievements of the past year. Teams participate in a relay-style walk or run, challenging themselves to stay on the track overnight. Each event is unique and you can stay for the whole event and camp overnight, enjoy the fun activities and attend the moving ceremonies that make Relay For Life so special.
WHY DO WE RELAY?
Thousands of Australians participate in over 200 Relays across Australia each year. Some people Relay in memory of a loved one lost to cancer. Some do it to show how proud they are at having survived cancer. Some do it to show they are strong enough to beat cancer. And some simply want to be involved and make a difference.
TEAM WHEEL NUTS
Melbourne City Toyota are proud to sponsor Team Wheel Nuts in their support of the Cancer Council.
Team Wheel Nuts are headed by Peter & Paul, who will participate in the Mystery Box Rally, a boutique rally event from the organisers of the Cancer Council’s biggest fundraiser, The Shitbox Rally. For five days from November 28th 2015, they will be one of 75 teams of fundraisers who will take part in the driving adventure of a lifetime starting in Sydney, all in the name of raising funds for The Cancer Council.
The Wheel Nuts aim to raise $5,000 for the Cancer Council, through fundraising efforts and participation in the Mystery Box Rally 2015.
To donate please click on the link below