Bechtel raise $126k for cancer during World's Greatest Shave

A PASSIONATE fundraising effort by the Bechtel team across the Curtis Island LNG projects during the World's Greatest Shave raised more than $126,000 to support Leukaemia patients and their families.

Representatives from all three projects this week attended a presentation at the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland's accommodation village in Brisbane where they got to see first-hand how the money is used to support families living with the impacts of a blood cancer diagnosis.


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