MAX Plant MACA Cancer research golf day 1 Jordan Pedley

MAX Plant has recently shown their support for cancer research by participating in the MACA 200 Ride for Cancer Research Golf Day. Jordan Pedley, Neil McKenna, Brett Matusevicius, and Damian Lloyd represented team MAX Plant at the golf event, which took place at Joondalup Golf Club. 

It is heartening to see the industry coming together and taking an active interest in supporting cancer research. The MACA 200 Ride for Cancer Research is a 200km charity ride that raises money for cancer research. By participating in this event, MAX Plant is not only helping to raise money for a worthy cause but also promoting awareness about cancer and its devastating effects on individuals and their families.

In addition to participating in the golf event, the team from MAX Plant is also set to participate in the 200km charity ride for cancer research in October this year. Jordan Pedley stated ”As a family business impacted by cancer our commitment to this cause means a lot to me and the team, MACA have set an excellent example for other companies to follow.”

During the Golf Awards Dinner, Professor Peter Leedman AO, Director of the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, spoke about the importance of cancer research and how many in the room it has impacted. Professor Leedman’s message resonated with the attendees, reminding them of the critical role that cancer research plays in finding a cure for this deadly disease.

MAX Plant’s involvement in the MACA 200 Ride for Cancer Research is a testament to the teams commitment to making a positive difference in the community. As a family business MAX Plant values actively supporting important causes and making a meaningful impact in people’s lives, promoting social good and contributing towards a brighter future.