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Rotary Club of Strathfield Golf Day & Dinner in aid of the Trish Foundation

Rotary Club of Strathfield's outstanding support of MS research continued on 18 February 2010.

The Club's ninth successive Golf Day and Dinner was held at Strathfield Golf Club, over $50,000 being raised for MS research. This brings the total raised by the Club for the Trish Foundation's research to over $250,000.

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Niall King and Executive Director MS Research Australia, Jeremy Wright

Sporting a Dream for MS Ball

Guest of Honour, tennis legend Ken Rosewall led the way at the Trish Foundation’s Sporting a Dream for MS Ball at Hilton Sydney on 18th September.

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Guest of Honour Ken Rosewall and special guest John Alexander, Federal Member for Bennelong

Barefoot Bowling and Trivia Night

Competition amongst teams was fierce at the Foundation's fourth Barefoot Bowling and Trivia Night held at Waverton North Sydney Club on Saturday 13th November 2010.

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 Hard-working Organising Committee Anine Leakey, Tania Soulos, Stephanie Taylor, Amanda Rensford

 

Team Trish MS in the Gong Ride

Sensational supporters Mark and Tania Soulos led Team Trish MS in the Sydney to Wollongong Bike Ride.

Our heartfelt gratitude to fantastic supporters of the Foundation David Purdue, Christopher Barrett, Sue New, Kirby Parsonage, Rod Matthews, Dale Matthews, Cameron Honey, Stephen Dunlevy and Board member Sue Woodward, who joined Mark and Tania in raising over $19,000 for the Foundation's research and also to the many very generous supporters who sponsored the inspirational team of riders.

 

 

 

Some of the members of Team Trish MS, left to right, Rod Matthews, Sue New, David Purdue, Team Leader Mark Soulos, Chris Barrett, Dale Matthews

Michelle Bowden Enterprises

"It doesn't matter how good your message is if no one is listening," says Michelle Bowden, Author, Certified Speaking Professional, Corporate Trainer, a nomination for the 2009 Educator Award for Excellence and an expert in Advanced Presentation and Influencing Skills.

In 2009 Michelle kindly donated a place in her Influential Presentation Skills Course to the Foundation's Chairman, Carol Langsford.

Michelle has continued her very generous support of the Trish Foundation. She was chosen to participate in the national Australian Institute of Management Great Debate in Canberra and very kindly selected the Trish Foundation as her chosen charity, raising significant funds for our research. Over 1,000 people were in the audience and awareness of our cause was priceless.

 

 

 

Michelle Bowden speaking at the Great Debate

More support from the other side of the world – Joseph Kennedy

UK resident Joseph Kennedy sent an email to the Trish Foundation saying his best friend had recently found out that he has MS. He said when the news had sunk in he decided, along with some friends, to run the Snowdonia Marathon for an MS charity of his friend’s choice.

Of all the charities on the world-wide web, Joseph’s friend chose ‘Trish’. An online sponsorship page was set up and donations to the Foundation came in at a rapid rate, Joe raising $5,683 for our research.

   

An Exceptional Young Australian

A very big thank you to Tanya Ponggun for your very unselfish gesture in asking for donations to the Trish Foundation instead of presents for your 13th birthday, raising almost $1,000 for our research. Thank you also to Tanya’s friends for their generous support. Tanya attends MLC School and her parents, Tep and Titima who own Buddha Raksa Thai Restaurant at Enfield are also generous supporters of the Foundation. Outstanding support from an exceptional young Australian.

 

 

 Tanya Ponggun presenting the funds she raised to Carol and Roy Langsford

 

Generous Support

Richard Batterley is best known for his strong Australian rural and urban landscapes, as well as his continued involvement in casual and photojournalistic portrait work – his combination of black and white shots, incorporating spot colour have also gained him wide recognition.

The Trish Foundation is very grateful to this very talented photographer for dedicating the opening of his ‘Captured Lights Collection of Photographs’ Exhibition to the Trish Foundation, raising funds and great awareness of our cause.

 

 

Photographer Richard Batterley and Sue Nicholson at the Exhibition opening

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