Camp Quality esCarpade
Barry Swain and Specialised Mortgage Solutions have been proud supporters of the annual Camp Quality esCarpade for the past 3 years now.
The goal is to raise awareness and much-needed funds for Aussie kids and their families impacted by cancer.
Camp Quality esCarpade 2018
The 2018 Camp Quality esCarpade has come to an end. The ‘SMS Pirates’ travelled almost 3000 kms over a week and visited some great towns with an awesome bunch of people. The final amount raised from the rally this year is $1,177,528. Thanks to all the people that helped us raise funds. We will be participating in the rally once again next year to raise more much-needed funds for children’s cancer.
Fundraiser For Children’s Cancer
What is the Camp Quality esCarpade?
The esCarpade is a fundraiser to raise awareness and much needed funds to help Aussie kids impacted by cancer.
For the whole year, esCarpadians host their own fundraising activities to raise funds.
Then, they spend a week travelling to rural schools in Outback Australia to educate the kids about cancer.
Check out this short video that explains more.
Thanks to our sponsors!
We’d like to thank our awesome and generous sponsors who have donated to the SMS Pirates’ fundraiser and are helping Camp Quality support kids with cancer! These local businesses are doing great things!
West Orange Motors
G.J. Gardner Homes Orange
Incentive Real Estate
Clayton Jurd Electrical
Camp Quality esCarpade 2017
Specialised Mortgage Solutions is a proud supporter of the annual Camp Quality esCarpade. In 2017, Barry and Dylan Swain, A.K.A the ‘SMS Pirates’ raised $6,211.15 for Camp Quality. In October they travelled over 2,000 kilometres over a week from Port Macquarie to Toowoomba and visited schools along the way to raise awareness and much-needed funds for children’s cancer.
Camp Quality esCarpade 2016
In 2016, Barry Swain from Specialised Mortgage Solutions and teammate Jamie Lieben participated in the rally for the first time, raising over $5,000 for the Camp Quality charity. The rally involved dressing up as army men, driving 3000 kilometres over a week in ‘Car 84’ and visiting schools along the way to raise awareness and much-needed funds for Children’s Cancer. Barry Swain and Jamie Lieben surpassed their goal of $5,000, raising $5,150.25 for Camp Quality.