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Royal Children's Hospital FoundationOn Friday, the 26th October 2001, PowerPlus held their inaugural charity golf day "Chip-In for Children" to raise money for The Royal Children's Hospital Foundation. Despite torrential rain, 72 players converged on St Lucia Golf Links in Brisbane to raise money and compete for some fabulous prizes. The day was a huge success with over $6,000.00 being raised to help fund vital research into Neuroblastoma. This is a cancer that arises in immature nerve cells and is one of the most common cancers affecting children today.

We would like to thank the many sponsors and donors for the event including major sponsors Audi, Hummingbird, IT@Manpower and Dicom for their support to make the day enjoyable for all. We would also like to express our gratitude and thank all the players for their generosity and especially for braving the elements.

We will be holding another event in October 2002 so please email PowerPlus if you would like to receive an invitation.

Below are a handful of photos taken on the day... We hope you enjoy them.



And the winner is...Virgin Blue

The players preparing for the day...


Nicol Robinson Hallets

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Expressions of Interest!


"Chip-in for Children" is planned to be an annual event!
We will be looking for additional sponsors so please let us know if you and your organisation would like to participate in an excellent cause in order to give back to the local community.


PowerPlus and The Royal Children's Hospital thank event sponsors...



Dicom Group


We would also like to thank all companies that provided prize donations & assistance...



Brosnan Golf

Panasonic Australia

Bee Dee Bags

Business QLD

Cutter & Buck

Tucker & Seabrook

Berringer Blass

Fuji Film

DMR Consulting

Callaway Golf

The Smiths Co.

Perceptions Design


Greater Union

Bretts Wharf

Channel 7

Lexmark Solutions

Shirts R Us



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