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24 hours continuous game of soccer! Kicking Goals for sick kids!

Posted by Manoj Kookkal on 9 July 2015
24 hours continuous game of soccer! Kicking Goals for sick kids!
The Kicking Goals for Sick Kids 24-hour Soccer Marathon is an annual event which aims to raise much needed funds for The Children's Hospital at Westmead.
Over the last 3 years, the event has contributed over $117,000 to purchase vital equipment for the Oncology Clinic and the Heart Centre at The Children's Hospital at Westmead.
The aim this is year is to raise over $50,000 (Just under $44,000 was raised last year), with all proceeds to be used to purchase life-saving and monitoring equipment within the Oncology clinic, Heart Centre and Neurology department.

Donations can be made at: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/kicking-goals-for-sick-kids

Click on Give Now at this link or at the top of the everyday hero page. You will receive an automated email with a donation receipt.

If you have any auction item, gifts for the kids or can donate any product or service, please feel free to contact George on 0404 473 533.

Thank you for your support.
Author: Manoj Kookkal
About: As Cardiac Services Manager for the Sydney Children's Hospital Network, Manoj is committed to managing the operations, finance, staffing, resources and fundraising for the Heart Centre for Children to deliver world class service for patients and their family.
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