We all love a do-gooder and it’s even better if they happen to be a celebrity we already admire. Here are three Hollywood A-listers who are putting the money they made on the silver screen to good use.
After taking on the Ice Bath Challenge last year, Network 10 CEO Paul Anderson is daring to do the Flying Trapeze at this year’s CEO Dare to Cure to support Children’s Cancer Institute’s mission to end childhood cancer.
Modern slavery, child labour and poverty are just a few of the issues Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand CEO Molly Harriss Olson is working to eradicate.
Self-confessed ‘daredevil’ Monika Tu, Founder and Director of Black Diamondz Group, is challenging herself in CEO Dare to Cure 2019 to support Children’s Cancer Institute’s world-class research.
IfOnly is a new company offering money-can’t-buy experiences that see up to 80% of funds raised go to charity. We talk exclusively to IfOnly CEO John Boris and Big Red Group CEO and Co-Founder David Anderson.
Professor Michelle Haber, Executive Director of the Children’s Cancer Institute, has dedicated her life to finding better treatments – and ultimately a cure – for childhood cancer. Now the CCI is calling on the help of CEOs to make childhood cancer a thing of the past.