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'Little Lion' & the Amazing Race

May 18th, 2018

Revolution X Performance Centre: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Fundraiser Amazing Race

Watch the story behind Anthony ‘Little Lion’ Kastoun and why raising money for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Westmead Hospital, and the Westmead Medical Research Foundation (WMRF) is close to the hearts of Robert Kastoun and Victoria Harb Kastoun WMRF Heart

The World's Tiniest Fighters

Hear the story behind Anthony 'Little Lion' Kastoun and why raising money for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the Westmead Medical Research Foundation is close to the hearts of Robert Kastoun and Victoria Harb Kastoun.You can find the link to donate online here: http://fundraise.wmrf.org.au/champion/wmrf-champions/VICTORIAKASTOUNOr check out our event page NICU Fundraiser Amazing Race at Rev X

Posted by Revolution X Performance Centre on Thursday, 17 May 2018

 

Date:        Saturday 19, May 2018
Time:       7am – 12noon
Where:    Click for map & directions Revolution X Performance Centre, 4/29 Crescent St, Holroyd NSW 2142

 

If you would like to support Victoria & Robert in their fundraising event, please donate to their online fundraising page .

For more information about supporting WMRF and hosting a fundraising event, please contact Marlene Nasr, Community Relations & Events Manager on 1800 639 037 or via email.

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Related links:

Rev X: Amazing Race

Revolution X & The Little Lion Cafe Proudly Supporting The “Tiny But Mighty”


VIDEO: Thanks Sargents (featuring Victoria Kastoun and Anthony ‘Little Lion’

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Rev X: Amazing Race

April 26th, 2018

 

Revolution X will be hosting the ‘Rev X: Amazing Race Game Day‘ on the 19th May 2018 to raise funds for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Westmead Hospital.


Victoria Kastoun with baby Anthony, aka ‘Little Lion

From NICU Fundraiser Amazing Race at Rev X – Events page

Inspired by Head Coach Rob’s son, Anthony Kastoun AKA ‘’Little Lion’’’, who was born on 15 January 2016, 14 weeks earlier than his expected due date, and weighing just over 900g.

Victoria Kastoun with baby son Anthony.

The reality is that Anthony is just one in ten premature births. Many spending their first few months of life in a 4×4 incubator attached to more wires than one will ever see in their life.

So it is our pledge to ‘give’ to the tiniest fighters our world has by raising funds to help purchase life-saving equipment. Our first goal, is to raise enough money to donate a full humidity crib.

Last year we raised: $13738.55

Our goal this year is to reach: $25,000

You can contribute in any of the following ways:

– Participate in the Games Day, entry is by donation, teams of 3 (RXD and Scaled)

– Plus more fun and games to be revealed…

Or simply go to the fundraising page to make a donation:

http://fundraise.wmrf.org.au/champion/wmrf-champions/VICTORIAKASTOUN


For more information about supporting Westmead Medical Research Foundation (WMRF) and hosting a fundraising event, please contact Marlene Nasr, Community Relations & Events Manager on 1800 639 037

Follow us on social media     WMRF Heart


Related links:

Revolution X & The Little Lion Cafe Proudly Supporting The “Tiny But Mighty”

VIDEO: Victoria Kastoun and baby Anthony

Sargents donates $240K for vital hospital equipment

 

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