The 2020 Home for a Cure charity auction was another huge success, with the home selling for $695,000 at Arcadia estate in Officer on Saturday 14th November. First home buyers Indra and Tejendra were the lucky bidders, securing the beautiful 4-bedroom Aspire 174 by Simonds Homes, with proceeds going to My Room Children’s Cancer Charity.
The auction was the centrepiece of a fundraising effort that also included a telethon hosted by Channel 9, raising a total of $2,347,653, following the auction result. The proceeds will go towards support for families with a child undergoing cancer treatment, medical equipment, clinical care, as well as research and clinical trials.
My Room is a volunteer led organisation, working together to support patients and families affected by cancer, without the bureaucracy. We rely on the generosity of our donors to fund support for families, medical equipment, clinical care, research and trials. We’re committed to raising funds ethically and in a cost effective manner.
Over the past 28 years, My Room has raised more than $22 million to improve the quality of life for patients with childhood cancer. My Room won’t stop until there’s a 100% cure rate for childhood cancers. Until then, it will continue supporting patients and families during their treatment journey and into their future.
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