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The second-annual Big Purple Splash has raised $18,000 for the Starlight Children's Foundation, with donations still flowing in. 

Until Sunday The Pancake Parlour will generously donate $2 from every Munster Stack sold to the foundation, which helps brighten the lives of seriously ill children.

The dunk machine was rolled out before our round 14 win over the Knights and a number of big names braved the cold purple water, including Fox Sports presenter Matt Suleau, Storm legend Dallas Johnson, NBL champ and Boomer Mark Worthington, singer and actress Bonnie Anderson, online star Mark Orval (of Angry Dad fame) and CHIN CHIN head chef Benjamin Cooper.

The Pancake Parlour donated $100 to the charity for every dunk.

The Melbourne-based business also offered pancake mix for a gold coin donation to fans on the AAMI Park concourse following the game.

Funds raised for this year's Big Purple Splash have already eclipsed the $13,000 total raised at the inaugural event last year.

To support the Starlight Children's Foundation and the Big Purple Splash, visit The Pancake Parlour at one of its locations across Melbourne and order a Munster Stack!

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