Daniel Mundy CEO from ANZUK Education is riding to help cure childhood cancer
The Facts on Childhood Cancer: Did you know every week, nearly 3 children and adolescents in Australia – and 1800 children worldwide die from Cancer? That is 1800 too many. No child deserves to lose their life to this vicious disease.
Three years ago, Daniel Mundy's long time friend Aaron Hester lost his young daughter to cancer. Eighteen months later, Aaron's wife Sianne was also taken by this crippling disease. This left Aaron and his two sons Archie and Ollie without a sister, mother and wife. Undeterred, Aaron and Sianne made a promise to their terminally ill daughter. They would start a charity in her name and do everything they could to help every child beat cancer - The Live for Lily charity - where 100% of all funds raised are donated to research with the goal to find a cure for cancer.
On April the 1st 2017 Daniel (along with Aaron and 18 other riders) will be embarking on a 1300km bike ride from Sydney to Melbourne to raise funds for the Live for Lily foundation to cure childhood cancer.
How can you help? Daniel encourages everyone to get behind them with a share, like or donation to help raise awareness and much needed funds to beat this disease..........every effort and every dollar counts. DONATE AND READ MORE: http://liveforlily.org.au/what-we-do/ride-for-lily/
PeopleBank Supports The Red Cross
Have you noticed Peoplebank and Porterallen logos were missing the letters A, O and B in December and January? That’s because they are supporting the Red Cross’ #missingtype campaign to donate A, O and B type blood and save them from going missing from their blood banks. Many of their leaders and staff committed to donating blood to show their support, will you? Book an appointment with the Red Cross Australia, and Peoplebank’s campaign on Facebook and Instagram.
New Social Responsibility Award presented at the ITCRA Gala Dinner 2016
Tanya Harvey of Launch Recruitment and Richard Barnett of Hays Talent Solutions were jointly awarded the inaugural Social Responsibility Award which recognises individuals who engage in activities that support important social responsibility initiatives outside of their normal day to day work requirements.
Tanya Harvey is recognised for her voluntary work with Weave Youth & Community Services . Weave assists disadvantaged and vulnerable young people, women, children and families, the majority of whom are Aboriginal people in the City of Sydney and South Sydney.
Richard has, since 2008, been Member of the Australian Network on Disability to encourage increased workforce participation by people with disability in the public sector. He has been heavily involved in developing AND’s ‘Disability Confident Recruiter’ program.
ITCRA uses Noble Awards to design and make the awards presented at our Gala Dinner. Noble Awards are local designers & manufacturers from Australia, dedicated to create beautiful awards from quality materials. Every award purchased from Noble provides free education, clean water & a nutritious meal daily for a child in the Philippines. 1 AWARD = 1 CHILD = 1 WEEK.