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Shave for a cause

09 Jun 2016

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Principal of Ray White Southbank Andrew Salvo will go bald this month to help raise much-needed funds for cancer research.

Hosting an event at its Clarendon St office as part of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday, June 23, the Ray White team invites the community to share a cuppa and witness the making of Andrew’s new dome!

Andrew told Southbank Local News that his decision to lose his hair had been triggered by a number of staff members experiencing recent losses to cancer.

He admitted that while he was nervous, it was all for a wonderful cause.

“I think my wife is more nervous than I am!” he said. “We’ve had a few people in the office who’ve suffered losses as a result of cancer so for me it was the least I could do show that I care and to raise funds for research.”

The team is aiming to raise $1000 and said it would match every dollar raised by the Southbank community.

The morning tea will be held from 11am until 12pm at 111 Clarendon St, Southbank. For more information visit www.facebook.com/RayWhiteSouthbank

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