Our very own Todd Sloan left on the ride of his life on the 1st of April. He will Cycle approximately 3,024km in just 14 days, from the top of Darwin to Adelaide!
Why you ask? his goal is to change the lives of children that are born with childhood heart diseaseby raising money for HeartKids.
Eight babies will be born today with Childhood Heart Disease (CHD). It is the most common birth abnormality and the leading cause of death in young children in Australia under the age of one, accounting for more than 30% of all childhood deaths. CHD takes more lives than all other childhood diseases combined. HeartKids SA provide support to children who are born with or acquire CHD, many of whom undergo life-giving heart surgery. We strive to bring hope and understanding to their families as they navigate their way through very difficult journeys.
Keep in touch with Todd and his progress through:
Enjoy your latest vlog featuring Valerie congratulating Julie-Ann on being the Number 1 Salesperson for February! Julie-Ann shares some tips and her focus points in the last few months.
Team Timms wish you a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year. Thank you for all of your support in 2015. We look forward to your continued support in 2016! See you next year! All the best. Team Timms
Fun and Fundraising - Over $3400 Raised For HeartKids
It was not just Michelle Payne on the Prince of Penzance who sailed into a victory at the recent Melbourne Cup, Julie-Ann Ball and HeartKids enjoyed a small victory of their own.
Now that the dust has settled and the money has been counted we are thrilled to announce that the generous donations of our suppliers and bidding from our guests and clients, resulted in over $3400 being raised for HeartKids.
Looks like the day was a win for the ladies with Michelle Payne being the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, and the Timms event Julie-Ann Ball was assisted by some of the Timms ladies, (with a little help from the boys!). Once again a team effort all round.
With over 60 people attending this event is tipped to be a winner again in 2016. Perhaps next year we will see you there!