$1,647.12
$5,000
Anthony Scotts University of New South Wales (UNSW)
Anthony Scotts
$1,647.12
$5,000
University of New South Wales (UNSW)
Anthony Scotts
Anthony Scotts

My Story

I am pleased to be participating in the November property industry Wipeout Dementia for the second time in team Cliff's Carvers alongside Ambassadors for the event, legendary 1978 World Surfing Champion Wayne 'Rabbit' Bartholomew and Richard Grellman, former Chairman of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) International Limited (now WSL).

Wipeout Dementia is a gruelling strength for surfing program which culminates in a Surf Off on the 23rd of November in support of dementia research at the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA).

Currently 250 Australians are diagnosed with dementia each day, without a medical breakthrough this figure is expected to rise by 2056 to 650 Australians per day. There is currently no cure for dementia and the answer lies in research.

By sponsoring me in Wipeout Dementia, you will be directly supporting the leading researchers at CHeBA who are determined to make a worldwide difference to preventing dementia. CHeBA's mission is to enhance the evidence base in relation to prevention, early detection and treatment of age-related disorders, in particular Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, and improve the health care of individuals affected by these diseases.

Morgans and Kennards Hire are the proud major sponsors for this event, with Aoyuan International, Ray White Commercial NSW and Colliers International Residential secondary sponsors, with apparel sponsorship from Hurley.

Please give generously to this worthy cause and help the researchers at CHeBA change the future of dementia.

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2018 Property Industry Wipeout Dementia

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The eighth Wipeout Dementia campaign sponsored by Morgans, Kennards Hire, Aoyuan International, Ray White Commercial, Colliers International Residential with inkind apparel support from Hurley is set for 23 November 2018. This is the third property industry event with team captains Peter Clemesha, Craig Rodgers, Philip Vivian and Steve Watson. This fundraising campaign supports The Dementia Momentum, a Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) initiative which aims to advance large-scale, big data research into prevention of dementia and increase community awareness about dementia.
Since its launch in 2015, Wipeout Dementia has attracted extraordinary corporate support, including a number of regular senior executive surfers and generous donors. To date, Wipeout Dementia has raised close to $1 million in funds and generated widespread media coverage.
Ambassadors for Wipeout Dementia are Richard Grellman AM, Chairman of IPH Limited and former Chairman of The Association of Surfing Professionals (International) Limited, and 1978 World Surfing Champion Wayne "Rabbit" Bartholomew AM.
Wipeout Dementia is held in honour of Richard Grellman’s wife, Suellen, who was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer’s disease aged 61, and is now in advanced stages of the disease, requiring full-time, high level care aged just 68.
Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia and the leading cause of death in the United Kingdom. Without a medical breakthrough, the number of people with dementia is expected to reach 1,100,890 by 2056 (nearly 3 times as many as today).The number of new Australian cases of dementia are projected to increase from current rates of 244 people per day to over 650 people per day by 2056.
The key message of Wipeout Dementia is for all Australians to get active to reduce their risk of dementia. Participants in the event are fantastic exemplars of the role of physical activity in mid-life to improve brain health in late-life.
To find out more about this fundraising campaign watch coverage from the inaugural property industry event:

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2018 Property Industry Wipeout Dementia

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The eighth Wipeout Dementia campaign sponsored by Morgans, Kennards Hire, Aoyuan International, Ray White Commercial, Colliers International Residential with inkind apparel support from Hurley is set for 23 November 2018. This is the third property industry event with team captains Peter Clemesha, Craig Rodgers, Philip Vivian and Steve Watson. This fundraising campaign supports The Dementia Momentum, a Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) initiative which aims to advance large-scale, big data research into prevention of dementia and increase community awareness about dementia.
Since its launch in 2015, Wipeout Dementia has attracted extraordinary corporate support, including a number of regular senior executive surfers and generous donors. To date, Wipeout Dementia has raised close to $1 million in funds and generated widespread media coverage.
Ambassadors for Wipeout Dementia are Richard Grellman AM, Chairman of IPH Limited and former Chairman of The Association of Surfing Professionals (International) Limited, and 1978 World Surfing Champion Wayne "Rabbit" Bartholomew AM.
Wipeout Dementia is held in honour of Richard Grellman’s wife, Suellen, who was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer’s disease aged 61, and is now in advanced stages of the disease, requiring full-time, high level care aged just 68.
Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia and the leading cause of death in the United Kingdom. Without a medical breakthrough, the number of people with dementia is expected to reach 1,100,890 by 2056 (nearly 3 times as many as today).The number of new Australian cases of dementia are projected to increase from current rates of 244 people per day to over 650 people per day by 2056.
The key message of Wipeout Dementia is for all Australians to get active to reduce their risk of dementia. Participants in the event are fantastic exemplars of the role of physical activity in mid-life to improve brain health in late-life.
To find out more about this fundraising campaign watch coverage from the inaugural property industry event:

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