65 Roses Day 2015 was a great success this year in Perth with orders topping 7,500 roses – 2,000 more than last year.

Over 3,000 people in Australia have cystic fibrosis. The average life expectancy of someone living with cystic fibrosis is now 37, but there are still many children who do not reach adulthood. The 65 Roses Challenge helps raise money for vital services, programs, advocacy and research which will contribute to the goal of lives unaffected by cystic fibrosis.

Last Thursday, 28th May our Perth team volunteered to help individually wrap the roses, before the roses were sent to stalls and businesses over Perth to be sold.

Check out Cystic Fibrosis WA for upcoming events and how you can help make a difference and build awareness of cystic fibrosis or donate here.

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