Marc initially became involved in the MAD Foundation as a member of the celebrity team of the Twenty20 cricket match that has been a favourite auction item at the MAD Ball over the years. Marc was touched by the stories of the beneficiaries and has been active in promoting and fundraising for the MAD Foundation for many years.

Marc and Jessie are regular attendees at the Royal Children’s Hospital morning tea each year where they help put a smile on the faces of the beneficiaries and show their support for the wonderful staff at the RCH. Jessie and Marc turn out in their finest to support MAD at the annual MAD Foundation Ball held each year on Melbourne Cup eve.

Marc describes the MAD Foundation as supportive, caring and fun and both brings and receives a lot from his personal involvement in the work of the foundation.

Marc Murphy News

#MADBall18

The 18th Annual MAD Foundation Ball was held on Melbourne Cup Eve, Monday 5th November 2018 at the Plaza Ballroom, Regent Theatre Melbourne. Everyone enjoyed the opportunity to bring out their [...]

#MADBall17

The 17th Annual MAD Foundation Ball was held on Monday 6th November 2017 at the Plaza Ballroom, Regent Theatre Melbourne. The volunteer MAD Ball committee worked created an exceptional night out [...]

Blues Make A Difference

By Warwick Green, 21 June 2016 Carlton has presented a cheque for $5000 to the Make a Difference Foundation as part of the AFL Players Care initiative. MAD Foundation ambassadors Chris and Sean [...]

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