Journey for Camp Quality funds

Den Baldwin with Harcourts managing director Richard Morgan, Raymond Watts, Rob Tuckey, and Chris Mills.
Den Baldwin with Harcourts managing director Richard Morgan, Raymond Watts, Rob Tuckey, and Chris Mills.

Strange and wacky vehicles from around the South West will take off on a week long adventure to raise funds for cancer as part of the Camp Quality wesCarpade.

The journey takes the strange cars from Dongra to Geraldton, across 4000 kilometers of West Australian terrain to support kids and families living with cancer.

Harcourts business partner, Den Baldwin is making the trip with his car Surfs Up, along with Chris Mills, Rob Tickey and Raymond Watts in their cars the wesCarpade Clowns, Santa’s Workshop and Where’s Wally.

Mr Baldwin said they keep coming back to the fundraiser because they love the company and because the charity was worth it.

“We’re lucky to have healthy family and kids but we all really do it for different reasons, some have a family situation with cancer and others are just big hearted,” he said.

“But Camp Quality doesn’t get government funding, it would be good if it could but we’re doing out part to keep the funds flowing."

The wesCarpade takes off on their gargantuan drive on September 3.

For more information on Camp Quality visit campquality.org.au