A bit about us....
The cricket team, Keen As Mustard was formed by my family to play cricket each year against a blind cricket team, The Venetian Blinds In WA. My son was recently blinded by an incident at work and he plays for the blind team. My sister has recovered from breast cancer and I too had recovered, but after 28 years it has recurred. My recent breast mastectomy brought me in contact with the wonderful McGrath organisation. I have been singing the praises of the organisation ever since and want to promote and contribute to demonstrate my gratitude. Two inspiring organisations playing together- Blind cricketers and a family in support of the McGrath Foundation.
Getting out in support of Pink Stumps Day!
This cricket season, I'm getting out in support of Pink Stumps Day to raise funds for 120 more McGrath Breast Care Nurses.
A breast cancer diagnosis changes your life, often in ways you wouldn’t expect. The impact can be felt right through your family and friends. As much as you try, the diagnosis, the treatment and the disease can take over your life.
McGrath Breast Care Nurses bring you and your family peace of mind through expert knowledge, personal care and genuine compassion. They can help you create time in your life not defined by breast cancer.
That's why I'd love your support in Pinking Up and fundraising to help place specialist McGrath Breast Care Nurses, wherever they're needed.
Together, we can make a difference!
Add a profile picture, update your fundraising target and make a donation to yourself.
Raise $50 for your Pink Stumps Day challenge.
Get 5 friends, team mates or school friends to donate to you.
Reply to a donation with a thank you message.
Reach your fundraising target.
Raise $100 for your chance to win 1 of 10 signed cricket balls by Glenn McGrath
Thank you to my Sponsors
The Rad Four
Rondele (ronnie) Mckennery