03 AUG 2019
The Corporate Clash in Macarthur is a corporate charity boxing match that includes over 16 local businessmen and women from the Macarthur area that have little or no boxing experience that push their physical and mental stamina. All fighters undergo 10 weeks of training at the Grange High Performance Gym lead by trainer Anthony Redward to hone their boxing skills, ironically, all for the Charlie Teo Foundation.
The Corporate Clash in the Cube is the brain child of Camden Hire’s, Mark Scarce and Marsdens Law Group’s, Grant Butterfield, both of whom have participated in past years.
Since the first Clash in 2014 over $600,000 has been raised for brain cancer research and other local charities. The Corporate Clash in Macarthur was sold out again with over 600 people attending in 2018. Monies raised in 2018 were donated to Charlie Teo Foundation, Professor Morris, Winston, Higher Thinking, Rare Cancer Foundation and Camden Rotary.
I founded the Charlie Teo Foundation because I want to shake-up the way we raise and use funds in brain cancer research.
Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease, yet the survival rate has increased just 1% over the past 30 years. Compare this with advancements made in other cancers, with survival rates increasing 20% or more.
For brain cancer patients and their families these numbers are the difference between hope for the future or complete despair.
We are going to change those numbers, through funding and research and give hope.
Let’s do this together. We are going to get there. A world without brain cancer.
Professor Charlie Teo AM – Founder
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