In 2012, Chloe Myors collapsed in her grade 6 classroom, and was air lifted to the RCH. Chloe suffered a brain aneurysm, and sadly passed away after 3 days in ICU only 4 weeks shy of her 12th birthday. Chloe became an organ doner, one of only eleven under the age of 15 in 2012. After several years of learning how to manage the greif, Chloes father Ian, and younger brother Ben wanted to share Chloes story, and help others in the process. In 2017 Ben developed a 24-hour fundraising game in honour of Chloe, raising funds for the ICU unit at the RCH. The game consists of Chloes love of netball and Bens love of basketball combined into 1 24-hour marathon (2 sports, 50 players, 1 game, rotating over 24-hours, basketball at one end and netball at the other, as the ball crosses the halfcourt line, the sport changes). The first Chloe Clash was played in 2018 with much success, and continued on in 2019, raising over $20,000 for both years combined. Unfortunately due to Covid in 2020, the Chloe Clash was postponed, but we hope to continue into 2021 if there are no covid restrictions. Chloe Clash is a small fundraiser, but receives ongoing support from the community and RCH. The growth over the past few years has amazed the small group of 5 volunteers who run the event, and are looking forward to seeing the Chloe Clash grow into an annual event on everyones calander!