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“The annual Michael Williams Memorial Golf Day was held earlier this month and the team at Callaghans put on yet another day of great fun for a great cause.
Together with the Count Charitable Foundation's donation of $10,000, Callaghans managed to raise over $15,000 for Bowel Cancer Australia from the day.
Published in Company Supporters
The William Tennent Sunset Cruise was an event created to raise money for Bowel Cancer Australia in honour of Bill Tennent of Rockhampton, Queensland. Bill has been battling bowel cancer with secondaries for almost two years and was, unfortunately, too ill to attend the cruise on November 19th.

Event Description: Mother’s Day provides a lovely opportunity to celebrate all the wonderful Mums out there and also to remember the special Mums who are no longer with us. A gift to Bowel Cancer Australia this Mother's Day, or to the lady in your life, is a wonderful gift in celebration or in memory. It's a gift of hope for the future, a future where more families can stay together for longer and celebrate special days like Mother's Day together.

Website: https://www.bowelcanceraustralia.org/in-celebration-mothers-day 

Event Location: Nationwide

Event’s fundraising URL: https://nfp.everydayhero.com/au/bowel-cancer-australia 

Please Note: Bowel Cancer Australia is not involved in the organising, running or managing of this listed event/activity and is not responsibile for the listings made by community fundraisers.

This year the Pymble golf club ladies’ Melbourne cup committee chose to support Bowel Cancer Australia for their fundraising which began with a fashion parade and afternoon tea in June.
The parade showcased golf apparel from three different companies and was attended by nearly a hundred ladies from the club. It was a great way to begin our fundraising for the year and they raised nearly $2500 from the day.
The next big event was a luncheon on Melbourne Cup Day which began with nearly 80 members and guests having a fun game of golf and 30 ladies playing bridge. Lunch followed with 200 guests attending.
A big congratulations to Amy for supporting Bowel Cancer Australia through the 2016 Melbourne Marathon.
"It was my first marathon and it was a very windy day in Melbourne so it was tough! I decided to raise funds for Bowel Cancer Australia as a family friend was recently diagnosed. I also put a story in my work’s newsletter about my fundraising and asking people to Join the Bowel Movement so there was a lot of discussion last week at work as well as donations. My fundraising page is open until the end of the month but so far I’m up to $2650 which is well above my original goal of $1500". said Amy.
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