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Camp Quality will take centre stage tonight at ANZ Stadium when the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Round 20 of the NRL's Telstra Premiership.
The Bulldogs annual Camp Quality Round will help raise awareness and much needed funds for the children's family cancer charity, which provides fun therapy to children living with cancer. Currently Camp Quality reaches a third of 15,000 kids living with cancer and would love to reach more.
The celebrations will go all night, with the Bulldogs donating 500 tickets to Camp Quality for children living with cancer and their families to attend the big game. As per all Bulldogs home games, Camp Quality kids form the guard of honour and meet the players in the sheds after the match but at tonight's game there will be even more kids involved.
In addition, 10,000 Andrew Ryan and Josh Morris face masks have been produced and will be handed out to Bulldogs fans on entry to the Stadium, while Camp Quality volunteers will be seeking donations throughout the evening.
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