Beaming with pride
Students collect vital items for young people in need
WITH summer just around the corner the McGrath Foundation is calling on residents to “step up to the crease” by registering to host a Pink Stumps Day cricket match.
Pink Stumps Day, endorsed by Cricket Australia, lets cricket clubs, community groups, businesses, schools and mates bring the magic of the Pink Test to their community by turning a cricket match pink and fundraising for the McGrath Foundation.
About 17,000 women and 150 men are diagnosed with breast cancer every year.
Money raised through the campaign will fund McGrath breast care nurses who make life for families with breast cancer that little bit easier.
Registrations for Pink Stumps Day are now open at www.pinkstumpsday.com.au.
While the official Pink Stumps Day is on Saturday, February 17 participants are welcome to host their event any time up to April next year.
Together, we can make a difference.
HELPING HAND: Caloundra Christian College students have collected more than 650 shoeboxes full of vital goods for children living in poverty. Students Amanda Baker, April Topfer, Philip Cox, Josiah Young and Abigail Stolz prepare the boxes for delivery.