With horrible and unfortunate statistics like these, not-for-profit organisations like Solaris Cancer Care are needed.
Solaris Cancer Care is WA’s leader in integrative cancer care, providing a helping hand to guide people towards better health. It helps by assisting people through the emotional and physical effects of cancer diagnosis, treatment, recovery and palliative care.
How can you support Solaris Cancer Care? Enter Dumbleyung local and 2017 MAYyouDARE participant Louisa Dare!
Louisa is ready and willing to water ski on Lake Dumbleyung in fancy dress to raise funds for a community bouncy castle and her charity of choice, Solariscare, if she receives the greatest amount of donations.
If you’d like to see Louisa take to the water this winter whilst raising funds for the above causes you can donate a number of ways:
- CASH OPTION - Pop into the CRC and donate into the particular person/s donation tin
- EFT - Call the CRC on 9863 4829 and donate over the phone via credit card. We’ll keep a record of donations and allocation to each person/s
- DIRECT DEBIT DETAILS - Donate online with the following details,
REFERENCE Please use the name of the person you would like to donate to
More information about MAYyoUDARE, what is it and how does it work?
The CRC has randomly selected and asked three community members to take part in the challenge and help raise funds for a cause. The community can then donate to a particular person or all three people involved. The person who receives the greatest amount of donations will have to go through with the challenge set for them.
Total proceeds from the 2017 MAYyouDARE challenge will go 50% towards a charity of the winner’s choice and 50% to the Dumbleyung CRC to assist with purchasing a community bouncy castle. The community bouncy castle will be available to hire for local events, football games, Christmas/street parties, birthday parties or any party! Plus, it will also assist the CRC in becoming a sustainable not for profit business by hiring to other communities.
*Facts have been sourced from http://www.cancer.org.au/about-cancer/faq.html