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Mrs P's Day, 26 May 2018

May 25th, 2018


Photo of Mrs P, provided by Merrylands Rugby Union Club

Merrylands Rugby Union Club will be holding their Annual Cancer Fundraiser – Mrs P’s Day – on the 26th May 2018 at Holroyd Sports Ground from 1pm. There will be food, raffles, rugby and a gold coin donation ladies lunch, with all proceeds from the day going to Westmead Medical Research Foundation to further support Cancer patients and their families and also aid in fighting the awful disease.

Merrylands Rugby Union Club fundraise in honour of Helen “Mrs P” Parker, who tragically lost her life from Cancer. Helen spent a large part of her life as part of the Merrylands Rugby family and they continue to honour her through all they do.

For more information about the day please go to Merrylands Rugby Union Club page.

For more information about supporting WMRF and hosting a fundraising event, please contact us on 1800 639 037 or via email.


Related links

Wolves Win Game for Westmead’s Cancer Centre

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A visit to Westmead before teeing off

March 20th, 2018

Parramatta Chamber of Commerce has selected Westmead Medical Research Foundation (WMRF) as the charity of choice for their upcoming Charity Golf Day.

During a recent visit to Westmead Hospital, the event sponsors got a behind the scenes insight at how funds raised by WMRF are used in different areas of the hospital.


Darren Delaney, Mark Davis, Paul Noppen, Rosa Bellisimo, Joe Conneely

Paul Noppen, Darren Delaney and Mark Davis, from Noppen Group, together with Parramatta Chamber of Commerce Board member Rosa Bellisimo, visited The Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre (CPMCC) and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Westmead.

CPMCC nurse unit manager radiation oncology Noeline Ranzac – who is also a golf fan – thanked the sponsors for their commitment to this year’s event.

“Some of the equipment we use daily at the centre was purchased with funds received from sponsors and supporters of events like golf days,” Noeline said.

“The incredible generosity of donors funding state-of-the-art equipment allows us to improve the therapy of patients through their difficult cancer journey.”

At NICU, the sponsors met nurse unit manager John Whittaker who explained the importance of having equipment with advanced features available at the ward.

“A perfect example is the PANDA Resuscitaire, a machine that keeps a newborn at optimum temperature and has the ability to provide breathing assistance if the baby requires it,” John said.

“Thank you to Parramatta Chamber of Commerce, Noppen Group for visiting, and all the sponsors of this year Charity Golf Day.”

The 2018 Charity Golf Day in support of the Foundation will be held on May 8 at Oatlands Golf Club. Golfers and guests will play a round of golf and then enjoy lunch to raise funds to support medical research and patient care at Westmead.

To find out how you can support medical research and patient care, call us 1800 639 037 or email.

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Related links:

Parramatta Chamber of Commerce: Charity Golf Day, May 8

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