Buy sports items signed by your favourite stars - and help fight prostate cancer
With Balls4Life, everyone's a winner.
Sports fans get the benefit of access to coveted sports memorabilia signed by their favourite stars. Charities including the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia benefit from access to vital funds for research and support programs.
The Balls4Life initiative was developed to raise awareness and funding for men's health. Net proceeds of money raised from auction sales and donations are used to drive awareness for men's health, primarily prostate cancer awareness and support services.
Balls4Life is in partnership with the AFL, all 18 AFL football clubs, the AFL Players' Association, Cricket Australia, PGA of Australia, Tennis SA as well as media, advertising and supporting partners.
That means you get the opportunity to bid for a signed ball from every AFL match, plus cricket, golf and tennis balls used and signed by some of the world's top sports stars.
The Balls4Life Foundation is a registered charity. Since 2011 the not-for-profit organisation has donated funds to The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia as well as The Reach Foundation, as a tribute to former Melbourne Football Club captain and president Jim Stynes.
It is important for men – fathers, husbands, brothers, uncles, individuals – to recognise the importance of prostate health. If you won’t get your prostate checked for your own good, get it done for your wife, your children, your family.
To check out sporting items personally signed by your favourite team and players, visit www.balls4life.com.au. Simply click on your sporting code and enter a bid in their public auction. If you're the highest bidder at the end of the auction, you'll win a highly collectable item!
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