1 PURCHASE YOUR LIMITED EDITION COLLECTOR CARDS $10.00 (FREE DELIVERY)
As part of the Kennedy+Martin collaboration, these exclusive limited edition collector cards are available for purchase online or at select Kennedy boutiques.
Featuring AFL icon Dustin Martin, each card showcases a bold watch that complements the different dimensions of Dustin: part Enigma, part Iconoclast, a Performer under pressure and an Individualist who carves his own path in life.
Every purchase made online will automatically go into the draw to win a special night watching Richmond play from the comfort of the luxurious Kennedy Corporate Suite. This experience includes beverages and catering, and is valued at $9,500.
Best of all, proceeds are donated to Australian Childhood Foundation, who support children and young people to recover from the trauma of abuse and family violence through specialist therapeutic services.
COLLECTOR Cards available at select boutiques
2 WIN AN EXCLUSIVE KENNEDY AFL CORPORATE SUITE EXPERIENCE SATURDAY 21st AUGUST
Want to enjoy a premium match day experience? Purchase one or more Kennedy+Martin collector card sets online, and you’ll go in the draw to win the Kennedy AFL Corporate Suite experience. Take your place as Richmond takes on Hawthorn on Saturday 21st August. You and up to 15 guests will experience the game from the comfort of your private luxury suite. Enjoy the best view in the house, premium food and beverage service, and a uniquely vibrant atmosphere. And remember, all proceeds are donated to Australian Childhood Foundation, who support children and young people to recover from the trauma of abuse and family violence through specialist therapeutic services.
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ALL PROCEEDS ARE DONATED TO AUSTRALIAN CHILDHOOD FOUNDATION
Australian Childhood Foundation supports children and young people throughout Australia including remote and regional areas, recover from the trauma of abuse and family violence through specialist therapeutic services.
The Foundation started over 30 years ago in 1986, by a small passionate group of professionals and community advocates who wanted to fix major problems in child protection. Today it is a national organisation with 32 community partnerships, and the counsellors, educators and professional advocates at the Foundation work passionately to ensure children hurt by abuse, neglect and family violence are helped to heal.