September 2nd  W&CH Foundation took possession of 50 Supertees. The Mobilong team along with Ambassador Cameron Aloisi and his family attend the hospital and the first 2 tees were gifted to children in the Oncology ward

The support and passion you have shown towards helping families in hospital Brian is exactly why Supertee is making its way around. Your efforts will echo around that hospital. 50 families battling it tough will be given a gift thanks to your amazing team and it’s coming straight from the heart 💓

Ambassador  - Cameron Aloisi
My name is Rebecca and I’m a proud single mother of 3 beautiful children. One day in September 2015 Cameron woke up with partial facial swelling and feeling lethargic. I took him to the doctor and we tried antibiotics for the week with the doctor thinking it was just a infection. After that week it had not improved and seemed to be getting worse so I took him back and they suggested getting further test’s so we attend flinders hospital. They did testing and noticed his white cell count was unusually high and said it would require more specialist care so we were transferred to the Women’s & Children’s Hospital and on September 11th when Cameron was 9 years old we were told he had high risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia & Neurofibromatosis 1. We were told we could have 2 days of family time before we would start Chemotherapy. Cameron had already deteriorated quickly to the point he was unable to walk and required me to carry him everywhere including the toilet. I 
We returned to the hospital and the fighting began with Cameron having surgery and his port put in ready to administer the Chemo drugs. For a year our daily home was the hospital we were either in for Chemo, Long stays, Becauseof fevers or other complications. He at one stage suffered an allergic reaction to Pegaspargase and ended up with extremely painful Pancreatitis and also  a full body rash reaction to Tazocin.
As with many journeys there was hurdles but we were determined to overcomethem and still stay happy & positive as I believe it’s a key part of health. After the year of Chemo treatment we were given the all clear and enjoyed trying to return to a new normal. Unfortunately after 6 months he had begun to show the same symptoms as the first time and I knew in my heart before the doctors actually confirmed it that it had relapsed. No child should ever have to experience it once let alone twice. My world was completely shattered once again but life continues to go on around you and you must face things as best as you can. Especially when you have kids depending on you.
Life is still full of positive’s just sometimes you have to look a lot harder to noticethem. We continued on with another year of hospital life after Cameron had his surgery to insert his central line but still enjoying the fact that despite the hard days we were fortunate to still be together. We laughed, enjoyed & kept ourselves occupied with the help of the play therapist as much as possible. After the year of Chemo was up we hadn’t got the results we wanted and got to meet the most gorgeous people that you never want to but know you’ll need - the palliative care team. Our doctor then gave us the option of trying a couple treatments considered experimental at that stage to which I agreed without hesitation despite the risks as I wasn’t going to give up without trying everything we could. The first one after 3 months didn’t work but the second one after 3 months got us to the stage that they were happy to do a bone marrow transplant. We all got tested to see if we were a match and fortunately one of us was. His younger brother who was his best buddy was and he wanted to donate.  
So off we went to Sydney’s Westmead Children’s Hospital for 6 months for transplant. Whilst there at the hospital pharmacy I noticed they had  Supertees for sale and knowing how much Cameron loved Super Heroes I knew it was something that would bring a smile to his face and after reading up on it more and using it I knew it was so much more then just a Tee. It was a huge source of strength & happiness for Cameron. It was a source of independence for us as I wasn’t having to press the nurses bell for tubes & lines disconnection so often just to be able to change his top. I was able to take his temperature without bothering him too much either. Seeing him feeling stronger and happier despite what he was going thru gave me a sense of relief too as a parent’s biggest stress is watching their child go thru something so hard. All round it was just amazing and I couldn’t believe that we didn’t have something so crucial at the Women’s & Children’s Hospital in Adelaide. In my opinion all kids fighting a serious illness or injury should have access to these Super Tee’s . I was determined that one way or another I would help make it happen for the kids back home (I’m not a runner but was willing to do a marathon if that’s what it took).  So I contacted the maker Jason Sotiris and asked how I could go about it.
He suggested I chat with Brian Wybrow from the Mobilong Rotary Club and see if we could work something out. I got in touch with Brian and organised to meet up with him and a few other members to chat about it.  Me and my beautiful kids told them ourstory of childhood cancer hospital life & what the Super Tee meant to us.  They had empathy and agreed it was a very worthy cause tosupport and help make happen. I had already spoken to the hospital foundation, doctors, nurses & other patients who equally saw the value
in it also. So together with the Mobilong Rotary Club, The Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation & my family partnership we were able to turn all our experience into something positive for the kids fighting big battles. With expenses being very tight during hospital
life due to medications, car parking, petrol & food etc on top of normal bills & expenses it’s hard for parents to afford to purchase
one despite very much wanting to.  My dream / goal is for kids to continue to receive them in hospital via our fundraising efforts. 
You can help realise Bec and Cameron's dream by donating towards the cost of a Supertee.