A group of young netballers from the Wyndham Victory Netball Club cooked up a delicious fundraising project at the weekend, to aid a good cause.
Members of the club’s Under-11s teams hosted a sausage sizzle to raise funds for the Pink Ribbon Foundation.
Coach of the Under-11 Jewels, Jen Bolger said the youngsters raised $661.95 in cash on the day, plus an additional $120 in online donations through their official Pink Ribbon fundraising webpage.
“They were just so happy to have raised so much for a good cause,” Mrs Bolger said.
“Pink Ribbon is a wonderful cause and the NBCF (National Breast Cancer Foundation) do an awesome job.”
Mrs Bolger said the sausage sizzle was held outside Tasman Meats in Werribee, which donated the meat for the event.
She said the netballers also sold drinks and chocolates, gave drink bottles and pink ribbons out to their customers and tin-rattled to collect donations.
She thanked Tasman Meats, Woolworths Hogans Corner, Woolworths Tarneit Central, Dan Murphy’s Hogans Corner, House & Party and Uhelp for donating food and supplies to the fundraising event.