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Camp Quality Geelong Convoy brings hope

Hundreds of trucks and motorcycle entrants step up


The annual Camp Quality Geelong Convoy is set for February 16, uniting the transport industry to give kids facing cancer the chance to be kids again.

The convoy is expected to raise $80,000 with 200 truck and motorbike entrants, led by the highest fundraising team along a 50km loop beginning and ending at Richie Brother’s auction house.

Geelong mother Jess Pobjoy knows how fundraising events such as Convoy help children facing a cancer diagnosis. Her daughter Olive was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma when she was just four years old.

“The Camp Quality Puppets helped Olive to talk and laugh and smile in hospital even when she hadn’t for days,” Pobjoy tells us.

“Camp Quality brought joy into her life at the darkest time.”

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Recently-appointed Camp Quality CEO, Deborah Thomas, will be attending the convoy in the lead truck alongside Vera Entwistle who founded Camp Quality in 1984.

“Camp Quality is funded almost entirely off the generosity of everyday Australians and so many kids just like Olive have received the support they needed because of our Convoy entrants and sponsors,” Thomas says. 

“It’s kids like Olive that inspire Convoy participants to unite and hit their fundraising goals year after year. We sincerely thank everyone involved for their time and generosity.”

Camp Quality Convoy is supported by principle partner Viva Energy as well as sponsors Ritchie Bros Auction House, MC Labour and Bay FM/Kick FM.

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