THIS YEARS EVENT:

FRIDAY 3rd DECEMBER 2021

LUNCH, AUCTION & PRIZEGIVING

Thanks to our 2019 Sponsors and our amazing team of staff and volunteers

$ 60007

Raised for Janette in 2019

271

Businesses & Individuals supported us in 2019

THE CHARITY GOLF DAY IS HOSTED BY:

2019 Platinum Sponsor

Livingstone Building

2019 Gold Sponsors

2019 Silver Sponsors

2019 Bronze Sponsors

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The Charity Golf Day is hosted by:

WHO WE'RE SUPPORTING IN 2020

In 2018 one of our ‘family’ needed support to fund a new Cancer treatment so we decided to hold a golf day to raise a ‘few thousand dollars’ to help with her costs. $35,000 later, The Charity Golf Day was born. Livingstone Building supported the 2018 event because of Tristyn and the day was such an amazing success we’ve made it an annual event. Livingstone are back again as the naming sponsor for 2020 although the event is in December rather than May due to Covid-19 restrictions. Supported by a large number of our friends, colleague’s and business partners this event is going to make a huge difference to 3 people this year. We are already supporting Nicki and Shelley and are about to start supporting Sam as well – see the “Who We Support’ tab. We have had amazing success in extending the life expectation of some amazing people and we look forward to doing this again in 2020/2021. To be involved in supporting something really special please contact Errol Newlands.

Lauren

20-year-old Lauren Russo was diagnosed with Stage 3B Melanoma cancer in late 2020. About 2 years ago, Lauren noticed a mole on her calf that was irritating her. She visited both GPs and skin clinics over the 2 years to get it checked however due to her age and fitness they conducted manual checks only (no biopsy). Late last year after continued irritation from the mole which had now grown in size and was at times bleeding, Lauren visited a family friend, who was a skin doctor, for another opinion. The family friend recommended removal of the mole and after testing the mole post procedure, it was discovered that Lauren had Melanoma...

Shianne

Shianne Allan – Diagnosed with brain cancer (Glioblastoma). In 2015/16 Shianne was travelling through Croatia where she suffered the first of many seizures and was rushed to the hospital. The doctors ran tests and scans and quickly found the cause behind the seizure, a brain tumour. Shianne flew back to London and spent 6 weeks in hospital, where they removed most of the tumour but unfortunately told it would likely grow back and would need radiation therapy sometime in the future. Shianne is now back in NZ with her partner Michael and their 10 month old son. In September 2020 a routine MRI unfortunately showed some sinister changes. Shianne had emergency surgery the following week, where they found tumour growth and again removed as much tumour as they could. In Nov 2020 she was given a devastating diagnosis, a Garde III Glioblastoma and doctors needed to start treating it aggressively with radiation and chemotherapy starting on the 25th of November 2020...
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