Next week we will be running a Charity Futsal Tournament to raise money for the wonderful Hero Hunter Foundation.
MORE ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT
Friday Week 9, 31st March 2023 @ Sevenoaks Senior College Gym
Come straight after Zone 5 (ends 2.05pm) for a 2.15pm start. Depending on how many teams sign up, we will be finished between 4-4.30pm.
Sign up sheet available in the gym. You must give your team a superhero name. 5-7 players per team (5 will play at a time, up to 2 subs)
$10 per team to enter. Sign ups open until Wednesday 29th March. Extra points will be awarded to teams that dress as their superhero team name.
All students and staff are encouraged to come along to play or support as a spectator. Gold coin donation entry to spectate.
Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase at the Gym with help from the Student Guild.
All monies raised go directly to the Hero Hunter Foundation.
HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT
- Buy raffle tickets (information attached and on posters around the College)
- Sign up for our Charity Futsal Tournament as a player
- Come along and support the Tournament as a spectator
- Donate directly to the charity via their website or sign up as a volunteer
MORE ABOUT THE RAFFLE (RAFFLE IS RAN BY THE CHARITY AND WILL BE DRAWN ON APRIL 1ST)
You could win:
1ST PRIZE – MONGOOSE LEGION L10 BMX, HELMET, GLOVES, NUMBER A# RIDING GLASSES, SIGNED EAGLES PREMIERSHIP POSTER AND $250 VISA DEBIT CARD VALUED AT $1900
2ND PRIZE – NATIONAL LUNA 60L LEGACY DUAL ZONE FRIDGE FREEZER GREY 60 L VALUED AT $1850.
3RD PRIZE – 2HR HYPNOTHERAPY SESSION VALUED $300
MORE ABOUT THE CHARITY
The foundation was created in memory of Hunter Leigh Madden who was just 3 years old when he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia.Hunter battled Leukaemia for five years, had three relapses, gruelling treatment and sadly died in September 2021 at just eight years old.The tragic outcome for Hunter can’t be changed, but his parents realise they had an incredible support network throughout, which not all do.
Hero Hunter Foundation’s Mission:
- HHF acts as an ‘extended family’ providing practical and accessible support for families with a
- child undergoing oncology treatment.
- This is done through multiple avenues with a focus on:
- Providing healthy and nutritious meals to inpatient carers
- Much needed home support for families returning from the hospital
- Education and understanding through the book ‘Hero Hunter and the Wonky White Cells’
- Transport support: fuel vouchers, assistance with parking
- Raising awareness in the community around childhood cancers
- Advocating for new and effective treatments to be delivered in Western Australia