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Adelaide Sevens supports Variety, the children's charity

  
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3/9/2010
By ARU Media Unit


Variety, the children’s charity is delighted and proud to be the official 2010 International Rugby Sevens Adelaide Tournament charity of choice.

Variety has an enviable reputation for putting the fun into fundraising and there is a real synergy with the IRB International Rugby Sevens.

Rounding up your mates, putting on your craziest outfit and getting right into the spirit of the most exciting rugby carnival on the Australian sporting calendar, is similar to the thousands of participants over the last 21 years in the iconic SA Variety Bash and Annual Variety Themed Ball.

South Australians are renowned for their generosity and over the last 25 years have assisted Variety in raising in excess of $33 million dollars to enrich the lives of children in South Australia.

Variety encourages you to help make a difference to the lives of children in need in SA by supporting the 2010 International Rugby Sevens.
 

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