Last night, the paparazzi saw Keith Urban at Sydney Airport. This has led many people to think he may be the exceptional performer at Toowoomba’s “It’s A Bloke Thing” luncheon, which is highly anticipated.
Later that day, he touched down at Wellcamp Airport to a group of 500 excited people, each of whom had paid $1 to attend this one-of-a-kind event dedicated to raising awareness and funding for prostate cancer research.
This is a cause close to Urban’s heart; his father, Robert, died of the disease in December 2015, and several family members have also been affected.
Keith Urban, a well-known country singer-songwriter, recently returned to his home country of Australia to support the It’s a Bloke Thing Foundation.
Since its start seven years ago, this charity event has raised millions to fund prostate cancer awareness and research.
This great initiative received over $1.53 million in donations from compassionate people in the local community in 2017.
It is now regarded as one of the nation’s most effective midday fundraising programs.
Keith generously offered his talents for free, contributing to the lunchtime fundraising and helping it set a new record of $2,024,000.00.
His unselfish gestures of generosity contributed significantly to the event’s success, raising substantial money for the philanthropic cause.