Cherish – The Battle 2017

Three good reasons we take a stand in the sand for The Battle

We usually prefer to soar in blue skies but on 17 March 2017, we’re taking a stand in the sand for The Battle 2017. We’ve supported The Battle since it started for three good reasons and we invite you to do the same, either by registering a beach volleyball team (no experience required) or by helping us to reach our fundraising goal. Go on, we’d love to ...

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Becker Helicopters supports the battle against gynecological cancer.

Becker Helicopters is proud to support Cherish, an Australian charity leading the flight against gynecological cancer.

We are a major sponsor of The Battle beach volleyball tournament.

Join us on Friday 17 March at the Sandstorm Beach Club, Mt Gravatt.

The Battle is the signature event for the Cherish Women’s Cancer Foundation. Help fund research into more effective, less invasive and gentler treatment options for gynaecological cancer ...

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Top Fundraising Team

Becker Helicopters is proud to have participated in the 2016 “Battle” against gynaecological cancer.

Our team, “Chasing Wonderland”, had a great time participating in an evening of beach volleyball.

This annual event is hosted by Cherish Foundation and raises money for research into better ways to treat gynaecological cancers, research that is led by …

To find out more about this worthy cause, check out: Cherish Foundation – The Battle

The photos from the day are available here.

Check out our video which captures the fun ...

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Chasing Wonderland – The Battle Against Ovarian Cancer

Becker Helicopters are proud to support The Battle Against Ovarian Cancer beach volleyball tournament on Sunday 3 February 2013 at Sandstorm HQ. Team members Mike, Jan, Micheala and Chase Becker will be on the CHASING WONDERLAND team to battle it out on the beach.

To support this team in raising vital funds for ovarian cancer research please go here.

“While we cannot change an existing cancer diagnosis, with a patient’s help we can continue our research and clinical trials here ...

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