WANT TO WIN A $200 VOUCHER TO SPEND AT THE ATHLETE'S FOOT?
Have you ever wondered why we run in our undies? The answer is simple, we want to start a conversation about NF. Awareness of NF is incredibly low and its symptoms extremely challenging, so what better way to get people to notice our cause, than by asking thousands of brave souls to strip down to take a "brief" run for a good cause.
But, we don't want to wait until race day to get people talking about NF, so we have partnered with The Athlete's Foot to encourage more chatter.
FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN!
Terms and Conditions: To be eligible to win, you need to be registered for any Cupid's Undie Run event in 2020. This includes locations such as Kiama and Hobart whose events have already run.
Competition closes at midnight on Monday 24 February AEDT and the winner announced on our social media channels (@cupidsundierunoz) on Tuesday 25 February.
BE THE HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL FUNDRAISER IN 2020!
Fundraise Big…Win Big!
Fundraising isn’t just about doing good to help out the Children’s Tumour Foundation. Ok, it is, but we still want you to be rewarded for all of your hard work!
Thanks to our National Prize Partner Harvey Norman, the individual who raises the most amount of money will take home these amazing prizes valued at over $5000!:
Check out the video here!
If you are one of the many legends who fundraise over $500, you will receive an incentive pack of goodies including:
- A ticket into the raffle to win either a Google Home Max or a Sonos Move Battery Powered Smart Speaker
- A limited edition “I take my pants off for charity” t-shirt
- A limited edition Cupid’s tutu
- A Children’s Tumour Foundation Phone Cover
- PLUS for every additional $100 raised, you will receive an extra ticket into the raffle draw.
WHAT DOES $500 MEAN FOR A PERSON WITH NF?
$500 will enable a family of 4 to attend a family camp
Having a shared experience with someone who understands the challenges of living with NF can lead to improved self-esteem and health outcomes, increased knowledge of the condition and help sufferers to overcome feelings of isolation, anxiety and depression.
The Children’s Tumour Foundation run camps in locations around the country, with five scheduled for 2020 alone!