The 2019 Home For A Cure team would like to thank all those involved, including our sponsors, supporting partners, special guests and members of the public. A special thanks of course goes to the gorgeous family who purchased the home. We hope you it brings you many years of happiness!
For more information or to find out how to get involved in other initiatives, please visit My Room Children’s Cancer Charity.
A SPACIOUS FAMILY FAVOURITE, PERFECT FOR BUSY LIFESTYLES
Light and spacious living is yours in the Thirlmere 28, a four bedroom, two bathroom home designed with seamless communal spaces that flow to the outdoor alfresco. Unwind in the family room overlooked by a sparkling kitchen and start to appreciate the clever features that make this house a warm home. Thirlmere 28 was specifically chosen for the Home For a Cure charity auction, due to its popular appeal to many of our buyers. This home comes with all the support of the Simonds Homes 70 years of experience, our commitment to quality with our Lifetime Structural Guarantee, decades of awards and our construction teams’ professional systems and processes. Landscaping may differ to that shown.
– $40k worth of upgrades
– A Davey façade
– Additional Beacon Lighting
– Driveway + letterbox
– Commissioning and lighting added to the DARWIN Base Pack
– An upgraded master bedroom and ensuite
– Beacon Thermalite fan / light / heater to bathrooms
– Caesarstone kitchen benches, overhead cupboards, 900mm pot drawers
– A 10 outlet Bonaire ducted heating system
– Lovelight window furnishings
Botanical is Mickleham’s newest masterplanned community, featuring 2,400 lots nestled amongst over 30 hectares of planned open spaces, a planned shopping village, planned sports oval and planned convenience store. The Thirlmere 28 charity home will be built on a 448m2 block directly across
from a planned neighbourhood park and walking distance of a
planned shopping village and sporting oval.
My Room is a volunteer led organisation dedicated to raising funds to achieve a 100% cure rate for childhood cancers. It helps fund family support, medical equipment, clinical care, research and clinical trials to patients and families affected by cancer without bureaucracy. Over the past 27 years, My Room has raised more than $20 million to improve the quality of life for patients with childhood cancer. My Room’s low administration costs and efficient fundraising methods enables it to direct a greater proportion of donations directly to the projects it funds. My Room has deductible gift recipient status and is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.
Young Emily Lever holds the unenviable record as the only person in the world to be living simultaneously with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and Dravet Syndrome. As the face of the 2019 Nine My Room Telethon, spirited Emily, 11, embodies the courage and determination of all the precious young lives who are being treated by one of My Room’s major beneficiaries, Monash Children’s Hospital.
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow, while Dravet Syndrome is an extremely rare and severe form of epilepsy affecting around one in every 40,000 births. One hundred per cent of the money raised from the Telethon will go to My Room, a volunteer-led organisation created to support the families of children like Emily while also providing desperately needed research funds in the quest for a 100 per cent cure rate for childhood cancers. Emily has spent much of her life in and out of hospital. But illness aside, she is just like most other young girls. She loves singing, music and dancing, as well as being a passionate supporter of the Geelong Football Club. The money raised from the auction of this property will make an enormous difference to Emily and hundreds of children like her who are treated each year.
When you decide to make a bid at the auction on August 24, you can do so knowing that your purchase will help to give children like Emily the best opportunity possible to grow up to lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.
Nine is out to beat childhood cancer in a huge Telethon which will broadcast on Nine and 9Now in Victoria on Thursday August 29. Over the past three years, Nine has raised more than $3,670,000 through the annual My Room Telethon to support the fight against childhood cancer. The new Nine branded format hosted by Eddie McGuire will see more than 100 of Australia’s biggest names and favourite Nine faces pulling out all the stops on the night to help My Room, the incredible children’s cancer charity.
More than 100 stars will come together to man the phones in the Celebrity Phone Room, taking people’s generous donations with 100 per cent of the proceeds being donated directly to My Room. Striving for better outcomes for children with cancer, including funding clinical research projects, patient and family care, My Room support the Monash Children’s Hospital Cancer Centre.
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