Ultimate Pie Challenge

Ultimate Pie Challenge

The Childhood Cancer Association aims to raise over $1million through the Ultimate Pie Challenge. 

We’re asking everyone to accept the challenge of having a pie smooshed in their face, post a video of the smooshing, nominate three people to do the same and donate online.

Funds raised will support children living with cancer, and their families.

The Childhood Cancer Association relies solely on the generous support of the community to enable it to continue to provide vital services and support to children and families in need.

Goal: To raise over $1million.

For further information please visit www.UltimatePieChallenge.org.au

  • 3/1/2017 - Portland Hotel - $547.35
  • 31/12/2016 - Maitland Lutheran School - $1,340.00
  • 9/12/2016 - Tavern 540 - $295.00
  • 8/11/2016 - Regency Tavern - $1,045.75
  • 7/11/2016 - Bridgeport Hotel - $200.00
  • 4/11/2016 - Wheatsheaf Hotel - $400.00
  • 2/11/2016 - Tassie Tavern - $600.00
  • 2/11/2016 - Gray's Inn - $680.00
  • 26/10/2016 - Carlisle Tavern - $700.00
  • 26/10/2016 - Hotel Spencer - $1,016.10

They’re the pies of South Australia

26.06.2016 Sunday Mail: It was the ultimate revenge for Adelaide Crows chairman Rob Chapman to slop a plate of cream in the face of the Sunday Mail's Chief Football Writer, Michelangelo Rucci, all in the name of charity.

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Pie Challenge whips up support

21.04.2016 City North Messenger: Hotel Enfield Manager Adam Buckley has one simple goal - shove a pie in the face of as many people as possible.

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Mr Coulter cops a pie for a good cause

01.04.2016 Murray Valley Standard: Murray Bridge High School teacher Josh Coulter cops it for the Childhood Cancer Association

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Adelaide getting messy as sports stars forced to face up to the newest trend

26.03.2016 The Australian: It’s about to get very, very messy. But in an slapstick way, not a Brumbies management kind of way.

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Hugh’s pie in the eye

25.03.2016 The Advertiser: Hugh Sheridan received some Hollywood support as he completed the Childhood Cancer Association's Ultimate Pie Challenge.

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Ultimate Pie Challenge

We need to raise at least $1 million to support children with cancer, & their families. All you need to do is get a pie in the face and donate.

If everyone gives a little... It will be a lot!