That's our Inspiration
At That's My Ball™ we value the important things in life. Like friends, family and good health.
That's why we're proud to support the following charities.
They're driven, compassionate and an important part of the That's My Ball™ family.
If you are able, we encourage you to support them too.
The Fiona Pike Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign
Fiona Pike was the sister of a dear friend of TMB's MD Caroline Streeter. She soared to the heights of Women's Golf coming third in the British Open, runner up in the Italian Open and enjoyed a successful career mixing it with the best on the US Golfing Tour.
A much loved South Aussie, Fiona passed away in March 2009 after battling an aggressive skull based tumour, eventually diagnosed as melanoma. True to form, Fiona took on the fight and worked tirelessly to spread education about skin cancer awareness, a task her family and other members of the community carry on to this day.
We are proud to support the Fiona Pike Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign through That's My Ball™ and encourage you to do so as well. To find out more about Fiona Pike or if you would like to make a donation to this valuable cause, please go to http://www.cancersa.org.au/aspx/Fiona_Pike.aspx
The Warwick Foundation
Caroline Streeter, Managing Director of That's My Ball™, found out just how wonderful this Foundation was when she had her own personal experience with cancer, having been diagnosed in September 2009 at 39 years of age.
The Warwick Foundation is the first and only Non-Profit Charitable Organisation in Australia focusing on supporting young adults (18-40 years) on their cancer journey.
Caroline experienced the Warwick Foundation "Leave your shoes at our Door" Initiative and had the following to say:
"Leave your shoes at our Door" is an absolutely wonderful initiative. Having just completed 6 months of chemotherapy and getting physically and emotionally ready for my next bout of treatment in the form of radiotherapy, I got away for a couple of days to the Villas and just chilled out. To have a few days where I could escape routine hospital and doctor visits was wonderful. Although I was only away for a couple of days, it was so relaxing I felt I was away for a week and it provided me with the energy boost I needed to get ready for the next round of treatment. Thanks to the wonderful people at The Warwick Foundation and also Kudos Villas."
To read more about The Warwick Foundation or if you would like to make a personal donation, please visit their website.