Yesterday, the paparazzi spotted Keith Urban at Sydney Airport. People are guessing he might be the special performer at Toowoomba’s “It’s A Bloke Thing” luncheon, which everyone is looking forward to.
After that, he landed at Wellcamp Airport, where 500 enthusiastic people awaited him. Each person paid $1 to be part of this unique event, all aimed at spreading awareness and collecting funds for prostate cancer research.
This cause means a lot to Keith Urban because his dad, Robert, passed away from the disease in December 2015. Several members of his family have also been impacted by it.
Keith Urban, the famous country singer, came back to Australia to help the It’s a Bloke Thing Foundation. This charity event, going strong for seven years, has collected millions of dollars to support prostate cancer awareness and research.
In 2017, generous people from the local community donated over $1.53 million to this fantastic initiative. They are making a big difference in the fight against prostate cancer.
It is now regarded as one of the nation’s most effective midday fundraising programs.
Keith Urban generously shared his musical talents for free at the fundraising lunch. Because of his kind contribution, the event set a new record by collecting a whopping $2,024,000.00.
His selfless acts of generosity played a big role in making the event a success and raised a significant amount of money for the important cause.