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Battle 2017 – it’s a wrap. Oh and what a fabulous night!
Well everyone, what a team effort. We raised over $100,000 for the research team at QLD Centre for Gynaecological Cancer Research. We are so grateful for everyone’s amazing generosity, team spirit and continued support. We thank everyone for coming along to The Battle and fighting it out on the sand at Sandstorm Beach Club in support of women with gynaecological cancer. We thank our event partners and sponsors – Becker Helicopters Pty Ltd The Standard Market Company, One One One Eagle Street, Malouf Pharmacies, St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital, Brisbane Brisbane Private Hospital and Off Planet Simulation. The Battle 2017 was an exciting and successful event, all thanks to your support. #CherishBattle #CherishWomen#CherishWomensCancerFoundation
****The Battle Update 2.30pm, 17 March 2017 | At this point in time, The Battle will still be kicking off at 5pm as scheduled. Let’s hope the rain and storms stay away from Mt Gravatt/Nathan tonight! Further updates will from now on, will ONLY be made on Facebook as our team are all at the event, so please follow our Facebook feed for updates.
If you don’t see any further updates, then that measns The Battle is ON! Bring a poncho or umbrella if you’re worried about a little rain
The Battle 2017 is HERE – Friday 17 March 2017 from 5.00pm. The Battle is a beach volleyball tournament full of fun, excitement and a little bit of competitiveness that unites people of all ages to raise money for much needed research into gynaecological cancer. Organise your team, come up with a team name and REGISTER. Rather than leaving your fundraising to the last minute, why not start thinking of some fun ways to reach your 2017 fundraising target of $750 per team. Spread the word and have a few teams registered among friends and see who’s the best! A bit of friendly competition never hurt anyone.
The Battle 2017 is a great way to bring your team together to raise awareness and funds for research into gynaecological cancer. All funds raised go directly to Cherish Women’s Cancer Foundation research programs.