Well you’d better do so today, because a love of motorsport and being charitable go hand in hand!
The Australian Grand Prix Corporation, in conjunction with its ticket distribution partner, FoxTix, has announced that proceeds from all General Admission tickets sold to the 2011 Australian Grand Prix on Friday 4 March will go to the event’s official charity – Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.
The donation amount will be capped at $25,000. Australian Grand Prix Corporation Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Westacott, said he is proud to make this announcement.
“This is the first time we have been able to make this kind of offer and it is thanks to the support of FoxTix. It is great to know that ticket revenue is going to a worthwhile cause,” he said.
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute is the largest and most prestigious child health research organisation in Australia, which aims to prevent and treat medical conditions affecting babies, children and adolescents.
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