BROMIC GO CART DERBY
Bromic are proud to be in our fourth year of support for The Kids’ Cancer Project
On 15 October 2020, we will be running our first ever Go Kart Derby! There are 4 teams, with each team tasked to raise as much as they can to better their chance to win and to support our chosen charity. This event will see our teams build their very own Go Cart powered by natural propulsion and score points for creativity, showmanship and of course finishing position! The more funds they raise the better start they get on Race Day.
As a matching partner with The Kids’ Cancer Project we will be able to multiply our impact, with every dollar generated being doubled by community donations and then multiplied further by the Federal Government. Our fundraising goal across all teams is $10,000, and this will see an ultimate impact of $46,000!!!
You can donate to The Kids’ Cancer Project and support one of our teams via the links below.
The Kids’ Cancer Project needs funds, so scientists can continue their research. Kids and families affected will know they are not alone in desperately searching for solutions.
We’re building a Go Kart for a great cause! We’ll be racing to support The Kids’ Cancer Project, with every dollar raised being multiplied to fund 8 bold scientific studies into childhood cancer.
Building a Go-Kart has reconnected us with our childhood, and we realise we’re so fortunate to have had such fulfilling memories to look back on… Let’s make that a reality for all kids!
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”
– Winston Churchill
Multiply Your Impact for Kids with Cancer
This year we are raising money to support amazing research across 8 scientific studies. Funds raised will go toward innovation grants to top researchers! Every dollar donated will be matched by community fundraising and then multiplied by the Federal Government so you can multiply your impact and make your dollar go further for kids’ cancer.
About The Kids’ Cancer Project
The Kids’ Cancer Project is an independent national charity supporting childhood cancer research. Since 1993, the charity has contributed more than $50 million dollars to scientific research projects to help children with many different types of cancer.