Last night, paparazzi spotted Keith Urban at Sydney Airport, leading many to speculate that he might be the featured performer at Toowoomba’s “It’s A Bloke Thing” luncheon, a highly anticipated event.
Later in the day, he arrived at Wellcamp Airport to the cheers of 500 excited attendees, each of whom had paid $1 to participate in this unique event dedicated to raising awareness and funds for prostate cancer research.
Prostate cancer is a cause close to Keith Urban’s heart, as his father, Robert, succumbed to the disease in December 2015, and several other family members have been affected.
Keith Urban, a renowned country singer-songwriter, recently returned to his native Australia to support the It’s a Bloke Thing Foundation. This charity event has been running for seven years and has raised millions to support prostate cancer awareness and research.
In 2017, this wonderful initiative received over $1.53 million in donations from compassionate individuals in the local community, making it one of the nation’s most effective midday fundraising programs.
Keith generously offered his talents without charge, making a significant contribution to the fundraising luncheon, which set a new record by raising $2,024,000.00. His selfless gestures of generosity played a crucial role in the event’s success, raising substantial funds for this philanthropic cause.