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Canberra’s Haunted Chop Shop Halloween Display

The wonderful Amy and Noelle again went all out in the spookiest of ways this Halloween with their annual Canberra’s Haunted Chop Shop Halloween Display.

They had originally planned to have a highly technical interactive display for 2020, but due to the pandemic those plans had to be changed.  The display that they presented was nothing beyond astonishing and truly in the spirit of everything Halloween and Spooky.  Thunderstorms also added to the effect of the event.

They had less people attend the display than in previous years, however, were so touched and grateful to be able to raise nearly as much as in 2019.  The grand total raised was $513.00.

In 2020, there are so many Charity Organisations doing it ever so tough, with awareness and fundraising opportunities few and far between or non-existent, so the kind-hearted Amy and Noelle reached out to Dainere’s Rainbow and Canberra Pet Rescue.

We remain ever so humbled and grateful to Amy and Noelle for their extraordinary and continued support through Canberra’s Haunted Chop Shop Halloween Display each year.  They are true Champions of Children, bringing the gift of hope and helping to create change for every child diagnosed with a brain tumour.

You may like to visit their incredibly Spooktacular Display in 2021 https://www.facebook.com/thehauntedchopshopcanberra

Dainere's Rainbow is a not for profit organisation - 100% of all funds raised or donated go to paediatric brain tumour research at Sydney Children's Hospital
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