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18 AMAZING YEARS – OVER $3.5 MILLION DOLLARS RAISED

It is amazing the difference a day can make!

For 18 years Bailey’s Day has been committed to raising funds for the training of Paediatric Oncologists and research at the Monash Children’s Hospital.

What Bailey’s Day has achieved has made a real difference in improving treatment for children with cancer. Our commitment remains steadfast.

“The contribution that Bailey’s Day has made to the medical industry in Australia is undeniable, but it is the affect that Bailey’s legacy has had on thousands of children in this country fighting cancer that will forever be immeasurable” Dr Peter Downie.

We return to our traditional golf day & charity luncheon on Tuesday 29 March 2022.

We hope to see you in March and help us to continue to make a difference as we strive towards a cure for children’s cancer.

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Bailey Daniel Tessier

THE CAUSE

Bailey’s Day is named after Bailey Tessier, who died of a brain tumour in 2004 at just two and a half years old.

Bailey’s Day raise funds for the Children’s Cancer Centre, at the Monash Children’s Hospital in Clayton Victoria.

With your help Bailey’s Day raises vital funds that are used by the Monash Children’s Hospital to fund the provision of a clinical fellow each year at the Monash Children’s Cancer Centre. Since 2004 Bailey’s day has raised over $3.5 million that has funded the training of 17 Oncologists and groundbreaking research into brain tumour biology that has dramatically improved the quality of care protocol.

Bailey’s Day Founder Patrick Tessier OAM is proud of Bailey’s legacy and is dedicated to raising the funds necessary to continue this important initiative.

THIS YEAR'S EVENT

Join us on Tuesday 29 March 2022 at the prestigious Woodlands Golf Club for Bailey’s Day.

Bailey’s Day begins with a field of determined golfers playing the Ambrose format in pairs, all vying to have their names engraved on the famous Bailey’s Day Glass Bear.

The famous Bailey’s Day Charity Luncheon follows golf. Hosted by Walkley Award winning journalist Ian Leslie OAM, Bailey’s Day is always a special day full of wonderful surprises and amazing people.

To book your seat or table at Bailey’s Day follow the link provided.