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Maddie’s Month a success

$100,000 raised in Maddie’s Month #5

Since 2016 Flavorite have continued to partner with Maddie’s Vision for Maddie’s Month

The partnership between Flavorite, Coles and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision – now in its fifth year – has raised a total of $500,000 to help fight Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes.

Maddie’s Month is a collaboration established by Flavorite in 2016 by Mark Millis, co-founder of Flavorite, who battled blood cancer and personally understood the urgent need for supporting medical research in this field.

The team at Flavorite Tomatoes and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision would like to thank the amazing effort by all of you who picked up the specially marked packs and contributed to raising these essential funds. Thank you to Coles Supermarkets for your ongoing support and Flavorite tomatoes for your incredible support of Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision.

This year’s funds go towards “the first Australian Marrow Failure Biobank.”

A big THANK YOU to all the Maddie’s Month partners.

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