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New charitable partnership

02 Jul 2019

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By Sarah Bartlett

Walker Corporation and Cancer Council Victoria have formed a new charitable partnership to raise awareness and funds for cancer research.

The new partnership will deliver an opulent experience and opportunity for the corporate community of Walker Corporation’s Collins Square here in Docklands, while it aids assistance and support for a notable cause.

Walker Corporation’s general manager of commercial assets Emily Carroll said that the response from the Collins Square community towards all of the charitable enterprises produced at the precinct had been generous.

“It’s really great to see the generosity of the Collins Square community throwing its support behind worthy Cancer Council campaigns,” Ms Carroll said.

The Walker Corporation and Cancer Council Victoria previously teamed up to provide an extensive campaign for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea to raise awareness with a cook off event and a social media competition for local residents. Collins Square retailers also provided catering package options.

 

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