Supporting the Mark Hughes Beanie for Brain Cancer Initiative 🎗️💙

We recently hosted a fantastic in-house celebration on June 29th, coinciding with the end of the financial year (EOFY), to support the Mark Hughes Beanie for Brain Cancer initiative. The event was a resounding success, bringing our team together to contribute towards funding vital research initiatives that aim to uncover breakthroughs in treatment and ultimately find a cure for this devastating disease.

During the celebration, our employees showcased their creativity and enthusiasm by donning a variety of innovative and interesting beanies…

We had a blast as we awarded our winners in different categories:

Most Creative: Madi/Plumbing Department (Poo Beanie) 💩
Funkiest/Creepiest: Omar/Margareta and Addy (Bob Marley Beanie)
Ugliest/Worst: Tony (Collingwood Beanie)

The Mark Hughes Beanie for Brain Cancer initiative is a dynamic movement dedicated to raising funds and awareness for brain cancer research. Founded by former rugby league player Mark Hughes, who battled brain cancer himself, the initiative aims to make a significant impact in finding better treatments and ultimately a cure for this devastating disease. By wearing the iconic Mark Hughes beanies, supporters show solidarity and contribute to funding groundbreaking research projects, bringing hope to those affected by brain cancer. The Mark Hughes Foundation is committed to driving change and improving outcomes for patients through increased awareness, advocacy, and support services.

Together, we can make a difference in the fight against brain cancer. 🎗️💙

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