MILLION $ MISSION

Julian Doyle (Director of NSW) joined Professor Charlie Teo (CEO of Cure Brain Cancer Foundation) and his outstanding team on their recent charity expedition to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. What a trek it was with a steep and total incline in altitude of 5,895m to the summit of the mountain.

Julian personally raised a total of $127,175 towards finding a cure for Brain Cancer. 

"We managed to make our way to the top of Mt Kilimanjaro and it was every bit as rewarding as it was challenging. To say it was emotional at the summit is an understatement. To say it was spectacular staring out over the world is also an understatement. In short, I feel privileged to have been part of what turned out to be an awesome group and what became a very tight team" recalls Julian.

"Incredibly, we have collectively raised close of $1.3M for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation which will go towards the research to increase brain cancer survival rates. Currently only 5% diagnosed survive longer than 12 months and it is the number one killer of children".

Julian Doyle (Director of NSW) joined Professor Charlie Teo (CEO of Cure Brain Cancer Foundation) and his outstanding team on their recent charity expedition to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. What a trek it was with a steep and total incline in altitude of 5,895m to the summit of the mountain.

Julian personally raised a total of $127,175 towards finding a cure for Brain Cancer. 

"We managed to make our way to the top of Mt Kilimanjaro and it was every bit as rewarding as it was challenging. To say it was emotional at the summit is an understatement. To say it was spectacular staring out over the world is also an understatement. In short, I feel privileged to have been part of what turned out to be an awesome group and what became a very tight team" recalls Julian.

"Incredibly, we have collectively raised close of $1.3M for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation which will go towards the research to increase brain cancer survival rates. Currently only 5% diagnosed survive longer than 12 months and it is the number one killer of children".

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