Curtin FM 100.1 Interview about Rhythms of Life Benefit Concert

trudy-curtinfm-timelineOn Wednesday 8 April, Jenny Seaton from Curtin FM 100.1 interviewed Trudy Dunn about the Rhythms of Life Benefit Concert for the Children’s Leukaemia and Cancer Research Foundation which is happening on Sunday 19 April at the Regal Theatre in Subiaco.

Trudy was able to share the journey of how the show came about and why all of the performers are excited to be doing this one time only performance for CLCRF.

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Marley is doing well

Cockburn Gazette, Tuesday 20 January 2015, Page 2


Charity is name of the game

Western Suburbs Weekly Newspaper, Tuesday 9 December 2014 – Page 7


Gamers Kick Start Charity Contest

AdventureofAi-SundayTimes30-11-14The Sunday Times –,
Sunday 30 November 2014 Page 33


Perth students helped kick start a global charity drive this week by playing video games. Presbyterian Ladies’ College was the first Australian school to allow students to download and play a free video game, the Adventures of Ai, on Thursday, to take part in the World Charity Cup global video game competition.

The competition will raise money for charities around the world including the Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation and Sony Foundation in Australia.

The Adventures of Ai is an e-book for pre-teens by New York Times best-selling author Craig Bouchard with an accompanying video game. Children’s high scores will be recorded on the story’s website to add to their country’s total.

Ten percent of the global sales of the book will then go to the country with the highest scores in the video game. Ten percent of the net revenues earned in each country during the competition will be donated to that country’s participating charities.

China, India, Japan, New Zealand and the US will also be in the competition.

Team Keep the Flame Alive at Swan River Run

Fantastic turn out today for the first team run! So great to see so many yellow Keep the Flame Alive t-shirts! Keep up the good work guys and cheers for the support for Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation Inc.

WAToday – July 13, 2014

Perth tears up the streets for WAtoday Swan River Run

Close to 4000 runners participated in the inaugaral WAtoday Swan River Run, raising more than $100 000 for charity. The course veered down Barrack Street, onto the Esplanade and Riverside Drive, before continuing along Mounts Bay Road with its sweeping views of the Swan River. Regardless of the results, the day’s biggest winners were local charities. So far, more than $100,000 has been raised with more donations expected in coming weeks… Read more


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