If you missed out on a ticket to the “Tea Tastic Tea Party” don’t despair, we have some great news for you!!
We have an online silent auction for the event that is proving to be very popular with a number of early bids being placed! You too can jump on line and check it out! Who knows you might grab yourself a bargain!
Yes, that’s right… you too can register and bid on any items, even if you missed out on a ticket to the tea party.
To view all the items you will need to register or simply scan the QR Code below.
Happy bidding everyone!
4 June 2022
UBX Scarborough Open Day
We are thrilled the team at UBX Scarborough have chosen Conquer Cystic Fibrosis to be the beneficiary of their annual open day this year.
The team at UBX want everyone to experience the benefits of training like a boxer. So next Saturday (4th of June) there opening their doors to the local community with everyone invited to experience a free UBX workout!
What better way to give the UBX workout a try, why not bring along a friend too!
On the day there will be raffles, prizes, competitions and much, much more to help spread awareness of Cystic Fibrosis including:
+ Live DJ
+ Food and Drink
+ FLASH SALE
+ In club competitions
So come on down to UBX Scarborough, 25 Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough on Saturday June 4 from 7am, and enjoy a great workout for our cause.
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Click here to purchase one of our few remaining tickets to the tea party.
12 March 2022
Walk the Talk 2022 – Postponed
Unfortunately due to the recent high cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia, and considering the health and safety of you, our loyal Conquer Cystic Fibrosis supporters, we have decided to postpone the 2022 Walk the Talk walk for Conquer Cystic Fibrosis.
We feel that it is important that we keep our supporters safe, and importantly give you the confidence to join in and mingle amongst other people on the day. While the event is a COVID 19 safe event with every precaution being put in place, we feel that changing the date of the event is important given these unprecedented times.
As a result the Walk the Talk walk for Conquer Cystic Fibrosis will rescheduled to take place later in 2022.
12 February 2022
Stan and Foxy supporting CCF
One of our amazing volunteers, Leanne, is now officially an author!
Leanne recently published her first children’s book but what is so much more special is that Leanne is donating all proceeds of the sales of the book to Conquer Cystic Fibrosis.
This beautifully illustrated book is available to purchase for $10.00
Stocks are limited so get in quick to purchase your own signed copy of this gorgeous tale while at the same time donating to our cause!
Thank you so much Leanne for your ongoing love and support of Conquer Cystic Fibrosis.
Sunday 23 January 2022
Lawn Bowls Sundowner for CCF
On Sunday 23rd January Lara Vlahov and her family held a Sundowner Lawn bowls event at the Cambridge bowls club. The event was a huge success and they were able to raise an amazing $18,000.00 on the day.
The money raised at the event has been divided between Conquer Cystic Fibrosis (CCF) and The Cancer Council. These are two causes very close to Lara and her family’s heart.
The wonderful Jayde Kinane was Lara’s cousin and although she is no longer with us her family continue to raise money and do all that they can to support CCF and those impacted by Cystic Fibrosis.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to everyone involved in organising this event.
5 January 2022
Buy a burger and support CCF!
Happy New Year everyone!
Wow we have kick started 2022 in such a fantastic way by being selected by Grill’d Subiaco to participate in the Local Matters program throughout January!
However we need your support…
All you need to do is pop into Grill’d Subiaco order a burger and you’ll be given a token to vote in-restaurant or online. Simply place your token in the CCF jar to vote for our cause.
What better excuse to pop out and enjoy a delicious Grill’d burger right?
1 January 2022
Our Year in Review
It’s been another rollercoaster year but, with your support, we have continued on our mission to Conquer Cystic Fibrosis. While we were not able to host the Capel Vale Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Grand Ball this year, we were fortunate to be supported by Bingo for Conquer Cystic Fibrosis and a range of other fundraising activities including:
The annual Dare to Care Swim
The inaugural ‘Walk the Talk’ Walk
Gabriella’s 60km walk in honour of Jayde Kinane
The 70km Cape to Cape walk by Holly and her friends
The CCF Angels giving program
Ascot Race Day event
Little Cotta Co. pop up shop in honour of Jayde Kinane
Busselton-Geographe Bay Rotary Club Golf Day and cocktail party on the jetty
Plant selling by Bella Fairbrass
Kalea Co fundraising support by Kiah
Crazy Hair Day at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School
The wedding of Kate and Peter
Leanne’s Christmas Wreath making
Through this support, and the support of very generous individual donors, CCF has been able to establish and contribute to very significant research projects, including the following:
$100,000 to the Australian Cystic Fibrosis Research Trust to fund two CF research grants (respiratory and gastroenterology)
$200,000 to the Telethon Kids Institute for a research project targeting the window of vulnerability in young children with CF.
$7500 to CFPhysio.com Inc for the development of online resources to support people with CF, their caregivers and CF physiotherapy.
$83,000 to establish the Anna Tai fellowship. The Anna Tai fellowship will ensure the CF and Bronchiectasis Research Group can continue to investigate how patients may benefit from novel drug therapies, diagnostic imaging techniques, molecular epidemiology of infection and psychosocial interventions right here in WA. The group are recognised as world leaders and have an extensive collaborative network.
The projects we have been able to support all have the potential to drastically improve CF care and outcomes worldwide and extend lives.
In reflection, the loss of our beautiful advocate and friend Jayde Kinane in October left us all devastated but more determined than ever to continue on our mission. CF is a cruel disease and, ultimately, we need a cure.
So as we begin 2022 we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you and wish you all a very Happy New Year.
17 November 2021
The Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Christmas Appeal
Christmas is a time of celebration happiness and goodwill. More importantly it is a time of bringing hope to the 3400 Australians and their families living with Cystic Fibrosis.
No Cystic Fibrosis story is the same… however, this condition is life-limiting and relentless. Our amazing group of volunteers strive for a world where all children can live a life unaffected by Cystic Fibrosis.
This Christmas, we need your support more than ever. Cystic Fibrosis never takes a break, and neither do we.
You can help us to continue our fight against Cystic Fibrosis by making a donation to the Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Christmas Appeal. With your generous support we can continue to fund the lifesaving research needed to find the cure.
Pictured below is baby Charlie (who has Cystic Fibrosis) with his big sister Matilda. Charlie has had a rough start to life with surgeries on bowel blockages and IV’s for respiratory infections. He still manages to smile though and is adored by his big sister.
We cannot thank you enough for your ongoing support during what has been very challenging times for everyone.
From all of us at Conquer Cystic Fibrosis we wish you all a very Merry Christmas.
Friday 29 October 2021
Festival of Frights! Cancelled
We are so sorry to report that we have made the difficult decision to postpone next Friday’s Festival of Frights Halloween event.
We are looking at holding another event at the Perth City Farm in the months ahead but to date no firm plans have been made. All tickets sold for the festival of frights have been refunded.
The CCF team are grieving right now and we need time to pay tribute to our beautiful Jayde who tragically passed away on Monday 18 October 2021.
Please be assured though, as Jayde would have wanted, we will be back soon hosting events to continue raising the funds to support life-extending research into the devastating disease cystic fibrosis is.
We thank you for your understanding.
Jayde you truly were a CF warrior. We will all miss you so very much x