Round 21 Hawks v Port Adelaide match ball – proceeds to Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation
Here’s your chance to own part of history, with all proceeds going towards Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation.
The 2011 Round 21 Hawks v Port Adelaide match played for the inaugural Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation trophy. Players wore the rainbow laces in their boots and for the first time, the match balls featured Zaidee’s rainbow laces.
Up for grabs is one of the official match balls, signed by coach and captain.
All proceeds will go to the foundation.
A little about Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation
Established in 2004 after the sudden and tragic death of 7 year old Zaidee Turner, Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation aims at encouraging families to discuss becoming organ and tissue donors.
Incredibly, Zaidee was the only child under the age of 16 years to donate her organs and tissues in Victoria the year she died.
The foundation uses the symbol of a rainbow to represent of hope. After every storm, the sun shines and there is a rainbow. For those people on the transplant waiting list, the rainbow symbol offers them hope. At the end of their rainbow is an organ or tissue to improve their life, or in most cases, save their life.