And so does the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
*fun *food *fundraising *mateship *celebrities *auctions *prizes *drinks *golf *speakers * $250 girls gift bags
*Special Guest – Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith VC MG.
The raised funds from our ‘Think Pink Charity Golf Day & Luncheon’ will make a huge difference to the NBCF goal of zero deaths by 2030. Now is not a time to slow down. It is vital that our community keeps pushing for a cure, and with events like this the NBCF is getting closer than ever.
This year, with the added ‘Girls Pink Day Out High Tea & Luncheon, sponsored by Cosima Skincare’, we are aiming to raise even more funds for the one in eight Australian women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
100% of auction & raffle proceeds raised on the day will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Simply click on a button below and choose to care about and support, along with us, the Women around us. This could affect your Mother, Sister, Wife, Daughter or like us, our GrandMother.
Being a Charity Event, we have a ‘no free list,’ so please choose to buy a Golf and/or Lunch Package or a Girls High Tea & Lunch Package. Tables of 10 are also available.
We are also seeking naming rights sponsorship, hole sponsors plus unique prize experiences and prizes.
Thanks for your interest & support. Please share this with a friend or colleague who may be able to help us out.
See you on October 10th 2013, at Indooroopilly Golf Club in Brisbane!
Anthony & Saia Fainga’a
Welcome to the Twin Talk blog—A place to share our stories, photos, videos and journey. Currently, we’re both Professional Rugby Union Players for the Queensland Reds, Australian Wallabies and Jeeps Rugby. We are lucky enough to share the highs and lows of playing sport at the highest level with each other.
A big thankyou to Inklab, who created our new brand, art directed our photoshoot and put together this fantastic website. We have a strong Aboriginal and Tongan background, and in our new identity, they have subtlely combined the FT type into this concept of heritage. The identity subtlely references the idea of the Aboriginal Flag, whilst being loosely made up of an abstract Tongan pattern.
Take a look around the site, and stay tuned to Twin Talk to stay up to date with our Video posts which we’ll keep irregularly updated! Thanks again.
Saia + Anthony