Kids with Cancer Foundation represented by Australian Trans AM racer, Jimmy Vernon

Australian charity, Kids with Cancer Foundation and up-and-coming aussie racing car driver, Jimmy Vernon have today announced a partnership. Vernon will become the charity’s first-ever ambassador. 

“The team at the Kids with Cancer Foundation do such amazing and important work,” Said Vernon “They raise money for families in need, those funds can make the absolute world of difference for kids and their families who have been dealt unimaginable circumstances. The Funds may be used for simple items to make kids more comfortable during treatment, right through to even paying mortgages, insurance and bills for those effected by this terrible disease They even provide grocery vouchers to remove the strain.”

Without a dollar limit per family, the Kids with Cancer Foundation is an integral part of the recovery of cancer sufferers. Since 1998, the foundation has funded research in better ways to treat suffering children and build and renovate cancer wards – it’s a truly diverse charity with a pure focus on helping children and families battling cancer.

“It’s an amazing opportunity to partner with the Kids with Cancer Foundation and I am really looking forward to the year ahead.”

Vernon’s first Trans AM event in the Flo-Gineering Mustang will be the Adelaide Superloop 500.

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