Supporting Beanies For Brain Cancer in the HunterYOUR PHOTOS

Supporting Beanies For Brain Cancer | YOUR PHOTOS Sienna wearing her MHF beanie. Sienna was diagnosed with brain cancer three years ago this month. Sienna is jumping for joy as she she just received results at Westmead Children’s Hospital indicating her scans are clear.
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“Beanie for brain cancer round with these legends (we really do have the best friends).. Jay & Fergs, we couldn’t be more proud of you both. You’ve handled the last 4 months with endless love, determination & strength. We love you both so much & will fight this awful disease with you. XO from Bree Lucock & Sean Fenner”

Photo by: Sherann Mcdonald

Photo by: Sherann Mcdonald

Photo by: Sherann Mcdonald

Anahbelle supporting the Mark Hugh’s Foundation at the knight’s game on Sunday.

A young fan at the Knights vs. Sharks match on Sunday. Round 12 of the NRL was Beanies for Brain Cancer round. Pictures: Darren Pateman/AAP

West Rosellas Ladies League Tag supporting Beanies for Brain Cancer. Picture: Trish Evenden

Sienna wearing her MHF beanie. Sienna was diagnosed with brain cancer three years ago this month. Sienna is jumping for joy as she she just received results at Westmead Children’s Hospital indicating her scans are clear.

TweetFacebook Beanies for Brain Cancer – Mark Hughes FoundationSend your photos to [email protected]苏州夜总会招聘.auOn SundayMcDonald Jones Stadium becamethe Beanies For Brain Cancer Stadium for the Newcastle Knights’ clash with Cronulla.

Launchedin 2016, the Beanies For BrainCancer round has rapidly grown in popularity as a major fundraiser for theMark Hughes Foundation.

Mark Hughes, a former two-time grand final winner and NSW Origin representative, has been humbled by the resounding community support he hasreceived since establishing the Mark Hughes Foundation, shortly after he underwent surgery to remove a brain tumour in 2013.

In little more than four years, the foundation has raised almost $5 million towards brain cancer research and patient care.

Didyou support this year’sBeanies For Brain Cancer campaign?

Send your photos to [email protected]苏州夜总会招聘.au to be added to the gallery.

To buy a beanie, or donate, visit the Mark Hughes Foundation website.

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