THIS YEARS EVENT:

FRIDAY 4th DECEMBER 2020

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.

Nicki

In February 2019 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and began 14 rounds of chemotherapy with minimal response. I underwent multiple diagnostic procedures – MRIs, CT and biopsies which indicated I had abnormalities elsewhere – lung, bone, ovaries. Following chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, another bombshell arrived in late November 2019 – they had found tumours in my liver...

Shelley

In February 2016 I was feeling a bit tired but thought nothing of it, until I discovered I had aggressive, Stage 3 cancer that had already metastasized to my lymph nodes. I knew that my time was going to be limited, and that it was now about buying more time to spend with my family, as at the end of the day, that is all that really matters. I immediately started on 18 rounds of intense chemotherapy...
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