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New $24for24 Appeal is raising critical funds

Kids cancer is 24/7. Every 24 hours is critical. Every $24 counts.

Most of us don’t live our lives one day at a time… 24 hours at a time. Sadly, when your child has cancer you have no choice.

You are dealing with a diagnosis that makes it impossible to think about the future, because you simply don’t know what the next 24 hours will bring.

Redkite is a lifeline for families facing childhood cancer and provides critical services and support like counselling and financial assistance.

$24for24 is calling on corporate Australia and the community to help families get through the next 24 hours.

Can you help families like Scout’s?

When Scout was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, she was only three years old. Her day started like any other day, running along the beach with her big brothers. It ended in hospital, with her parents hearing the words, ‘your child has cancer’.

There is still time to make a difference for families like Scout. Your donation of just $24 will have an immediate for families facing their child’s cancer.

Give now to $24for24

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Special thanks to Redkite’s, long-term corporate partner, BOC who generously contributed to the Appeal with $85,000 in dollar matching contributions which incentivised teams from all of over Australia including  organisations such as Canaccord Genuity, Illawarra Credit Union, Brand Council, MPA, Lifecycles, Linde South Pacific, Concept Fertility, Mayne Pharma, ScotPac, MMTS as well as many companies that have donated.

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