cards for a cure

Today I am posting a note from my lovely friend Kerri, who’s mum is this week undergoing her fourth round of surgery for cancer:

Dear Friends and Family,

As many of you are aware, my mum has just undergone her fourth operation to remove cancer from her body (breast, oral and lymph glands).

I, like many of us, keep talking about fundraising for one of the many worthwhile organisations set up to assist cancer sufferers in the hope that we can eradicate this disease. Today, I needed to do something about it. Today I’m asking my friends and family to make a purchase from our range of Frank Moffatt cards (see pictures below) and we will donate 50% of the sale to the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

How many people do you know with cancer? Too many. It affects all of us. I’m doing this in the hope that one day we can live in a cancer free society, so that my children, your children, and our children’s children never have to endure it.

My goal is to raise $1,000 for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation. 

To order, simply email kerri@focusedmarketingsolutions.com.au or fax to (07) 3161 3171.

Number of cards Cost Donation to ACRF
Assorted pack of 5 cards $20* $10
Assorted pack of 10 cards $35* $17.50

*Plus $5 postage to anywhere in Australia.
Postage for international orders will be charged at cost.

PS: Mum is a fighter. Her strength continues to amaze.

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About charityspam

I love helping charities and not-for-profits. I am a fundraiser by day and a community do-gooder by night. I often get caught up in great charitable projects and fundraisers, of which I attempt to encourage (some call this spam) others to get involved - hence the name charityspam! My background is in corporate social responsibility and marketing, and I work as a fundraiser/consultant for Social Money Solutions www.socialmoney.com.au ENJOY! Please subscribe and help spread the word!
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