The E.J. Whitten Foundation would like to acknowledge National Reconciliation Week 2020 which reminds us to reflect on our shared histories, cultures and how we can all contribute to reconciliation.
Our work in Aboriginal Communities
The Foundation continually strives to support men’s health in all communities. Every year Ted Whitten Junior presents the E.J. Whitten Medal to the “best on ground” in the Tiwi Islands Football League Grand Final. The medal celebrates the sporting achievements of the Tiwi Islands community, and raise awareness of men’s health. In 2019, the Foundation partnered with Spark Health to deepen their journey of health promotion in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Communities.
Campbell’s Kilimanjaro climb for cancer
Former Hawthorn premiership player Campbell Brown has embarked on a challenge to climb Mt Kilimanjaro and make a difference to men’s health by raising awareness and funds for cancer research and treatment.
“Browny” has decided to support the E.J. Whitten Foundation as his charity partner for this journey.
He has been joined by Swans premiership player Alex Johnson.
EJ Whitten Foundation 2019 Toyota AFL Grand Final Raffle
One lucky winner will receive two two reserved seats to the 2019 Toyota AFL Grand Final.
The prizes don’t finish there!
There are three more prizes to be won by three lucky people, with two tickets in a corporate suite at one day of the Boxing Day test, a signed Matthew Richardson EJ Whitten All-Stars guernsey and a signed Bob Murphy EJ Whitten Victorian guernsey
Only 1500 tickets are available for purchase.
AFL Authorised Grand Final Promotion: GFPROREQ-1303
E.J. Whitten Foundation Grand Final Lunch
E.J. Whitten Foundation Grand Final Lunch
Date and Time:
25th September 2019
12pm – 4pm
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Pl South Wharf VIC 3006
$330 per person
$3,300 inc. GST for table of 10
Ph: 1300 Whitten
Footy through the ages panel:
Mick Malthouse, Leigh Matthews, Alastair Clarkson
Jon Stevens, Vince Sorrenti
Red Energy E.J. Whitten Legends Game
The Red Energy E.J. Whitten Legends Game is heading back home to Melbourne in 2019.
Save the date on Friday 30 August 2019 to ensure you can get along to a great fun night of football and entertainment.
See your favourite ex-AFL stars and celebrities compete in a state of origin challenge all raising funds and awareness for men’s health.
Keep visiting the E.J. Whitten Foundation website for ongoing updates and information on the 2019 game.
Anthony Koutoufides, Ben Dixon, Brad Johnson, Brendan Fevola, Brent Harvey, Cameron Ling, Campbell Brown, Daniel Harford, Matthew Boyd, Jimmy Bartel, Josh Gibson, Nathan Lovett-Murray, Robert Murphy, Ryan Crowley, Travis Cloke, Dermott Brereton (Coach)
Adam Cooney, Aan Didak, Andrew Jarman, Andrew McLeod, Andrew Krakouer, Bernie V ince, Brad Green, Daniel Kerr, Gavin Wanganeen, Glen Jakovich, Jarrad Waite, Justin Koschitzke, Leon Davis, Mark Riccuito, Matthew Richardson, Scott Cummings, Wayne Carey (Coach)
Venue: AAMI Park Melbourne
Gates Open: 6.30pm
Game Start Time: 8.00pm
Tickets: $15 Adults, Kids under 15 years old Free
Monash University Prostate Cancer Win
The EJ Whitten Foundation is proud to support the Monash University and the fantastic work it does in endeavouring to make significant breakthrough to this insidious disease.
We provide an E.J. Whitten Foundation Grant each year and have contributed over $1,000,000 to Monash over the years. These contributions have helped the brilliant people at Monash to continue to develop best practice solutions to this disease, such as the breakthrough as details below.
Muriel’s Wedding – The Musical Her Majesty’s Theatre
Tuesday 2nd April 2019
Join us on Tuesday April 2nd for an exclusive night of musical theatre at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
The night begins with a fully catered cocktail function at the Elephant and Wheelbarrow Hotel before taking up premium reserve seats at Her majesty’s Theatre to enjoy the iconic Muriel’s Wedding – The Musical.
Vale Peter Burnett AM 1950 – 2019
On Thursday 18th April 2019, our Chairman and good mate Peter Burnett sadly passed away! His wife Jan, son Nick and daughter Emma were at his bedside.
Peter was a natural leader and worked tirelessly and enthusiastically in all of his roles. He led the Australian Hotels Association in Victoria and, nationally, was a director of Visit Victoria, Tourism Australia, a former Geelong Football Club director and was Chairman of the E.J. Whitten Foundation.
We are all deeply saddened by Peter’s passing all to early and offer our condolences to Jan, Nick, Emma and the family.
Peter had a profound and positive impact on all who knew him. His leadership of the Foundation led to over $13 million being raised for research and treatment of cancer, the establishment of the E.J. Whitten Foundation Prostate Cancer Research Centre at Epworth and resulted in thousands of Australian men’s lives being saved through research and treatment trials funded by the Foundation as well as the awareness and education programs run in the community that led to early detection of men’s health issues.
Peter will be an unbelievable loss to the E.J. Whitten Foundation and the community as a whole.
The Foundation will remember him through the work we do promoting men’s health, fundraising for cancer research and treatment and through making our community a better place…just as Peter did.
E.J. Whitten Foundation Victoria Golf Classic proudly supported by e&s
Join us in celebrating the 15th annual E. J Whitten Golf Classic at Victoria Golf Club on Wednesday 10th April 2019.