Maytronics campaign aims to raise $100K for Camp Quality

Maytronics Australia Pty Ltd

By Alice Richard
Wednesday, 26 October, 2016


Maytronics Australia has pledged to donate $5 from every Dolphin pool cleaner sold in October to Camp Quality. The company is aiming to raise $15,000 through pool cleaner sales as part of a larger campaign goal of raising $100,000 for the charity.

Launched at the Maytronics Elite Dealer Conference in June, the campaign saw 130 Australian retailers invited to take part, with support offered in the form of in-store merchandise and activities to support Camp Quality’s community work.

“Camp Quality is all about building optimism and resilience in children living with cancer through laughter and play. We’re fortunate to work in an industry that brings joy and fun to so many families, so it makes sense for us to spread that joy to those children and their families who are not as fortunate,” said Maytronics Australia Business Director Chris Papa.

“Our aim is to raise $100,000 in total for Camp Quality over the next 12 months and this is a great way to kick it off.”

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