Latest Community events Community Events Community events are an important part of the work we do at Neuroblastoma Australia. Our special thanks go to those throughout our community, who spend many hours raising vital funds that go towards research into better treatments for children affected by neuroblastoma. For those of you looking to host events in your community, we have some resources to help you. If you are looking for some inspiration download our A-Z of Fundraising Ideas to help get you started. Fundraising_A-Z BBQ Fundraiser Checklist Community fundraising support If you would like to organise a community event please contact our friendly Volunteer and Community Fundraising Coordinator Jody on [email protected] There are many components to fundraising and Jody is on hand to ensure you have the tools you need to create a successful event. Recent community fundraising events Congratulations to the following supporters who have worked so hard to support research into a cure for the children’s cancer neuroblastoma. If you know of another community fundraiser that we could feature, please contact Jody. THANK YOU! The wedding guests of Cate McCullough and Kevin Bailey, who made donations to Neuroblastoma Australia in lieu of gifts. Thank you Cate and Kevin! The Hills Shire Social Club The Hills Shire Council for their donation of $300. The staff at Star City who donated $563. Medibank customers and staff who donated as part of the I Give Better Community Wellbeing program. Dovetail Legal Solutions for their support of $510. Renegades Rugby for honouring Superhero Indianna and her family. Wylie, Maggie, Oliver and Leo for their sweets stall which helped raise $60. Lior and his dad who organised to shave their heads to raise funds for neuroblastoma and smashed their original goal to raise a final total of $2015. The team at Sleek Boutique Retail who collected $250 to support vital research funds. Thank you so very much to Newcastle Permanent who chose us as their charity last year at the request of one of our neuroblastoma families. They raised a colossal $15,944 inspired by the story of little Indianna who sadly passed away in April last year. St Mary’s College Tasmania who held a number of fundraising events last year and raised a total of $5359.17! Thank you to St Mary’s College and their Prefect’s for choosing Neuroblastoma Australia as their Charity for 2018!