Walk for Leukaemia Foundation

All Flags Managing Director, Peter Wagener, will walk to Mandurah to help raise funds to find a cure for Leukaemia.

Our Managing Director, Peter Wagener, will walk from Perth to Mandurah on Saturday 5th June 2021, to help raise funds for Leukaemia Foundation.

Starting from Elizabeth Quay at around 3am, Peter is expected to finish his walk, arriving at the Mandurah foreshore around 3pm – 4pm. The journey will take approx. 12+ hours.

Peter is aiming to raise $100,000 to support the Leukaemia Foundation’s research into finding a cure for the condition.

This walk is Peter’s way of raising awareness of the disease, as well as a reminder to everyone to attend an annual general health check.

“It’s a long walk, but it’s important to get the message out there” Peter said. “Most people wouldn’t even know they had leukaemia until it’s too late. Early intervention is the key”.

Peter was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia in February 2020 after his annual general health check found an elevated white blood cell count.

Peter explained how the diagnosis was a huge shock, especially as he had no symptoms.

“I’m grateful to know about it now before symptoms start and because we found it early, we can monitor it.”

“It just highlights how important it is to get general health checks every year.” – Managing Director, Peter Wagener. 

“I’m grateful to know about it now, before symptoms start and because we found it early, we can monitor it.”

“It just highlights how important it is to get general health checks every year.”

Leukaemia is a form of blood cancer that develops in the bone marrow. There are numerous kinds of Leukaemia, some slow growing, and others very aggressive.

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia is slow growing, and if detected early, treatment may not be needed for some time. The key to all cancers is early diagnosis.

For further information on Leukaemia or to donate and support Peter on his walk can donate at

https://fundraise.leukaemia.org.au/fundraisers/peterwagener

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All Flags Signs with Hockey WA

All Flags Signs and Banners are proud to announce a major partnership with Hockey WA.

All Flags have signed an agreement to become the naming rights partner of Hockey WA’s elite level club competition. Hockey WA’s top club competition is regarded as one of the best in the world and will now be known as the All Flags Premier League.

The Announcement comes after All Flags also sponsored the Highlanders men and women’s teams in the Ric Charlesworth Classic.

“We’re delighted to have a Western Australian company like All Flags Signs and Banners support our elite men’s and women’s club competition as well as the Ric Charlesworth Classic – and especially for such an extended period of time,” Hockey WA CEO Fabian Ross said.

“We’re incredibly thankful for the support and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.”

All Flags Signs and Banners Managing Director Peter Wagener said he was delighted to support hockey in Western Australia.

“We’re really proud of what we do at All Flags Signs and Banners – and we’re very keen to support activities like hockey that support the community’s health and wellbeing. There are so many positives generated from sports like hockey.

“All Flags is very committed to this partnership and we look forward to a strong, long-term relationship with Hockey WA while simultaneously helping amplify those health benefits from hockey across the state.”

“We’re really proud of what we do at All Flags Signs and Banners and we’re very keen to support activities like hockey that support the community’s health and wellbeing. There are so many positives generated from sports like hockey.” – Peter Wagener

Hockey WA General Manager – Commercial Operations and Marketing, Nicholas Janzen, said the partnership will help elevate the sport in WA, across the country and around the world.

“All Flags’ support of hockey will allow us to take the sport to more people than ever before – and improve the product we deliver for our stakeholders, from the grassroots to the elite,” he said.

“This partnership is incredibly significant to hockey.

“Thank you especially to Peter Wagener and his team for their ongoing support, and the faith they’ve shown in the hockey community and specifically Hockey WA.

“We ask the entire hockey community to consider All Flags for all their signage needs… and support a business that supports our sport.”

The All Flags Premier League men’s competition commences on Thursday, 25 March. The All Flags Premier League women’s competition commences on Friday, 16 April. Matches are held across Perth, with a regional round in Northam.

More than 40 All Flags Premier League fixtures will be live streamed via Hockey WA Facebook and YouTube channels in 2021, for sports fans’ enjoyment across Australia and around the world.

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