Great cause, great group of people. Well done!
Good on you Russ. Hope your mum is as comfortable as can be at the moment, and that you are able to have a nice visit with her next month. Thinking of you both. A and M xx
Good on you Russell.
Good on you Russell.
It takes a lot of courage to come into work with no hair, especially when you have a lot of it, unlike me.
All the best.
Well done. You are very brave but it's for such a worthwhile cause. Actually looks good. Dare you to grow a mullet now. Lyn
Great effort, here's my donation. Hope all turns out well for your mum.
Today is the day!!!! I see you've made your $2000 limit, but I thought I'd bump it up a bit to give you a extra courage today! ;-) I can't wait to see the photos. Wish I was there. xxx
Join us chrome domes Rusty.
Off with it I say!
Silvio wishes he had that much hair
well done Russell - can't wait to see you with no hair or beard!!
Good luck to your mum and good on you Russell - can't wait to see pics!
Anything to make you look like a shiny bald punk rocker, Rusty. :) Love and best wishes for your mum.
Go Russell - this is fantastic! I know how important it is and I too would like to give back to the community who helped support my Mum through her cancer treatment and in turn help your cause for your Mum ¢¾
I am sooooo' keen to see pix of the new, Russell :)
Wishing all the best :)
Best, Angie XX
Gd'Onya Russ ;)
Looking forward to seeing the new (improved?!) bald you, Russell!
Good on you Russ!
Nice job, Russ. I hope your mum kicks its arse.
There will be pictures won't there?
Onya Russ, you got a bunch more balls than I do!
Way to go, Russell!
See, I've always been jealous of your ginger locks, but if I just got you drunk and shaved them off, people would hate me. This way it looks like I'm doing something nice! Bwuhahahaha!
Good on ya Russell
They are a fabulous group, aren't they? Good luck with this Russ.
Assisting families who have a member undergoing treatment for cancer, and find themselves in a financially difficult situation.
There are many reasons why financial difficulty occurs, eg;
(1) The patient is the bread winner & has used all holiday, sickness & long service pay (where long service has accumulated).
(2) The bread winner becomes the major carer.
(3) In the case of a child, both parents are in Sydney with their child, and while having to pay for everyday living costs there, the bills don’t stop coming for essential services, rent etc; back home.
(4) Single parent who may have to give up work to care for their child.
(5) Single parent still caring for a family, becomes the patient.
Sickness benefits do not go a long way when you are paying rent or a mortgage as well as essential services and trying to cover medical, food, petrol and any other every day living expenses.
The members of the Cancer Support Group work hard to raise funds so we are able to help these patients, and we appreciate the assistance given to us by those non members who help on the day of certain fundraisers.
The ACT Eden Monaro Cancer Support Group appreciates all donations, which help us help these families who are suffering through no fault of their own. Without this most important help, we could not survive and this would be a major disaster to those families needing our support.