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Bayer shows its support for Australian Variety

YESTERDAY Bayer showed its support for the children’s charity Variety by attending the Dine for Kids Norwest lunch and auction. Speaking to PD at the event, Bayer’s Adrian Dolahenty said “Bayer believes that it is a truly fantastic cause, because it supports the families that have children with disabilities and we’ve seen what that has resulted in”. Speaking at the event, Variety’s Peter Hebbes told attendees that the charity gives away $1 million a month on a national basis. “That’s a lot of fundraising and a lot of fundraisers working hard,” he said. Pictured above is Karen Ledbury from The Morning Show who was the event MC and Bayer’s Adrian Dolahenty. YESTERDAY Bayer showed its support for the children’s charity Variety by attending the Dine for Kids Norwest lunch and auction. Speaking to PD at the event, Bayer’s Adrian Dolahenty said “Bayer believes that it is a truly fantastic cause, because it supports the families that have children with disabilities and we’ve seen what that has resulted in”. Speaking at the event, Variety’s Peter Hebbes told attendees that the charity gives away $1 million a month on a national basis. “That’s a lot of fundraising and a lot of fundraisers working hard,” he said. Pictured above is Karen Ledbury from The Morning Show who was the event MC and Bayer’s Adrian Dolahenty.