Storm players go extra mile for a special cause

Storm players go extra mile for a special cause

Sometimes you come across a story that is truly heart-warming.

Last Thursday night Storm players Christian Welch, Cameron Munster, Joe Stimson and Sandor Earl hosted 25 Storm fans at their own home to raise money for as part of Camp Quality's newest fundraising campaign, Dine at Mine. Each fan made a donation in order to take part in the experience that saw the four players cook a BBQ dinner.

It is all in the name of raising money for Camp Quality - an organisation that believes every Australian child impacted by cancer should have every opportunity to thrive.

The boys are hoping to raise $10,000 for this incredible cause and need the help of the Storm Family!

They have currently done an outstanding job to raise just over $9,000 and are so close their goal. Please click here to donate - anything you could spare would be greatly appreciated!

This initiative has come from Welch, who is an ambassador for the charity and has been working closely with the families and children growing up with cancer and supported by Camp Quality since last year. Welch attended Middle camp earlier this month and even organised an experience for a group of families at Storm HQ last year where they had the opportunity to meet their heroes.

Welch has formed a special bond with nine-year-old Force (pictured below) who was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma in 2017. Christian met Force atat camp and the two formed a close friendship enjoying a day of making happy memories not centred on sickness.

The Storm Family has a real opportunity to make a difference! Click here to donate, or register to host your own Dine at Mine today!