Euroa locals Dustin Perry and Steven Jeffery and their families are hosting their annual Cure Brain Cancer Fundraiser film at the Euroa Community Cinema on Friday 26th July at 6.30pm.
Recently released Toy Story 4 will be played on the big screen and attendees are encouraged to come early for prizes, lollies and other mischief.
Dustin and Steven are encouraging the community to come along dressed up as their favourite Toy Story character, with prizes for best costume up for grabs.
Dustin Perry said this is the third year they have ran the event, which has been hugely successful in the past.
“Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease, and the brain cancer survival rate of approximately 20% has hardly improved for over 30 years,” Mr Perry explained.
“Brain cancer kills the equivalent of a classroom full of kids every year, and in 2017 our daughter Chloe was one of them.
This is why I worked so hard to develop the Australian Brain Cancer Mission with the Federal Government, its why I’m on the Strategic Advisory Board for the Australian Brain Cancer Mission at Cancer Australia, its why I’m now working with Cure Brain Cancer full time, and its why events like this are so important to raise money to fund research and treatments to improve the outcomes for people with brain cancer.”