Calling all young superheroes, We Care Connect and the Benevolent Society are teaming up again this November to raise some much needed funds to support vulnerable local families when they host the Coast’s second Superhero Sunday.
Last year’s fundraiser proved extremely popular with families so this year the organising committee is going bigger and bolder with a huge number of prizes to give away and more free to enjoy live entertainment and activities than ever before.
“Some of our free activities include Jammus the Mad Magician, face painting, kids craft activities and we have a stack of giveaways.
“With some live entertainment, we also have a very special performance from an amazing group of kids from Kincumber High School.
“We will also be selling raffle tickets before the day and on the day for some top shelf prizes.
“Come down and enjoy a sausage sandwich, let the kids have some fun, win some amazing prizes and enjoy the community spirit this event brings out,” said We Care Connect team member, Jo Collins.
We Care Connect collect donations of pre-loved children’s clothing and good quality baby items to redistribute to families in need and the organisation is always happy to receive donations of either child/baby items or cash to directly benefit families on the Coast.
“The simple act of giving to those families who need a helping hand is at the very heart of everything we do,” Collins said.
Superhero Sunday gets underway from 11am at the Lakelands Community Centre at Kanwal on November 17.
Interview, Oct 31
Jo Collins, We Care Connect
Dilon Luke, Journalist