Since 1995, the EJ Whitten Foundation has raised over $7 million in support of prostate cancer research and awareness, and now they'll be adding to that with the EJ Whitten Charity Poker Tournament.
The tournament is headed by Tony Hachem and will take place at Etihad Stadium on Sept. 4, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. Joining Hachem as event ambassadors are The Real Housewives of Melbourne star Jackie Gillies and former Australian Football League player Campbell Brown.
Hachem, Gillies, and Brown will also be joined by the likes of Shane Warne, Chris Judd, and Gary Ablett, Jr. for a night that plans to provide a fun and inspirational atmosphere for all those involved, and all money raised will go to help find a cure for prostate cancer.
For more information, please visit the EJ Whitten Foundation website.