Go `crazy` & help find a cure for Kids’ Cancer

Netball NSW and the NSW Swifts are again supporting The Kids’ Cancer Project’s Official Netball Charity Day, Saturday 1 June,  and we are encouraging all our netball family and friends to join us in raising money from your crazy fundraising ideas.

Last year, 28 Associations from around the State took part in a fun-filled day of ‘crazy’ hat, hair and socks at local netball courts and raised an amazing $24,000 for vital childhood cancer research – great work guys!

Associations and Clubs can host either a ‘crazy hair’ or ‘crazy sock’ day – or come up with your own idea! In return, players make a gold coin donation to help bring hope to kids with cancer.

NSW Swifts’ co-captain Kimberlee Green is urging the NSW netball community to get involved in this year’s Crazy Hair and Sock Day.

“The Kids’ Cancer Project plays such a key role in raising important funds to find cures for childhood cancer,” said Green.

“Netball NSW’s Crazy Hair and Sock Day is a simply way to support their wonderful work whilst having fun.”

“Whether you’re a player, coach, administrator or just a supporter on the sidelines; we’re asking everyone to get involved in Crazy Hair and Sock Day.”

To register your interest,visit The Kids’ Cancer Project website to download a registration form: www.thekidscancerproject.org.au.  You can also call Kim Babbage from The Kids’ Cancer Project on 02 8394 7777.