The Cancer Council’s Victoria Bradshaw and Rachel Mogg from the Morning Bulletin introduce their “charit-a-bulls” to each other.
The Cancer Council’s Victoria Bradshaw and Rachel Mogg from the Morning Bulletin introduce their “charit-a-bulls” to each other. Kathleen Calderwood

‘Charit-a-bull' raises cash

AT Beef 2012 The Morning Bulletin raised money for the Cancer Council through donations for a squishy, stress relieving "charit-a-bull."

The paper raised $840 and the Cancer Council's regional public relations manager Victoria Bradshaw loved the unique campaign.

"What better way to use "charit-a-bull" creativity during Beef 2012 to raise funds," she said.

"Support such as this enables Cancer Council Queensland to provide support services to cancer patients and their families in the Central Queensland region."



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