Port Macquarie’s first Giggle Ball has raised $36,000 to help local children living with cancer

Great cause: back: Adenbrook Homes Matthew Morris, Panthers Club general manager Jamie Williams, Southern Cross Austero presenter Nicole Banks. Front: Hawkes Conveyancing Lauren Hawkes,Volunteer Camp Quality Michelle Hancock  and McGrath Estate Agents Port Macquarie principal Todd Bates.

Great cause: back: Adenbrook Homes Matthew Morris, Panthers Club general manager Jamie Williams, Southern Cross Austero presenter Nicole Banks. Front: Hawkes Conveyancing Lauren Hawkes,Volunteer Camp Quality Michelle Hancock and McGrath Estate Agents Port Macquarie principal Todd Bates.

PORT Macquarie’s first Giggle Ball has raised $36,000 to help local children aged between aged between 0-13-years-old living with cancer in the Hastings region. 

Organised by Camp Quality, the ball was on October 8 at Panthers Port Macquarie. 

Camp Quality is the children’s family cancer charity. Its purpose is to create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia.

The organisation has thanked sponsors including McGrath Estate Agents, Adenbrook Homes, Hawkes Conveyancing, Southern Cross Austero and Panthers Club for supporting the ball.

To support Camp Quality please contact the Northern NSW fundraising coordinator Melissa Bell on 02 6651 4486 or Melissa.bell@campquality.org.au

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