WP 180 Family Day for PCHF

During August, the WP180 team held a family fun day to raise funds for the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation. Children and partners were invited along to the site in Henderson to see firsthand what Mum and Dad do at work and even got up close with some of the machinery they use- with close supervision of course! The team also organised a BBQ, handprint painting for the younger visitors as well as raffling off some great prizes.

Following the fun day, the team presented Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation with a cheque for $2,288.85, the proceeds raised from the raffle.

Anne, Manager of Donor Relationships for PCHF commented on the team’s efforts:

Thanks to everyone at WP180 who got together to raise funds for the children, we are really grateful for all the support. The donation will help provide moments of happiness for the children in hospital by providing toys and books to the hospital’s play area, Megazone

 

Well done to everyone involved!

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