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CHARITY BUDDY BRACELETS
We feel passionately about supporting charities that's why we donate 100% of profits from the sale of our Charity Buddy Bracelets. Together with our friends, The Change Angels, volunteer fundraisers (www.thechangeangels.com) we have raised over $53,000 for charity.
Thanks to people like you this year we have supported The Child Protection Unit with a $47,000 donation and Little Heroes Swim Academy with a $4,600 donation.
Little Heroes Swim Academy is a small not-for-profit charity that teaches children with disabilities how to swim in pools and the ocean. Often times their 30 minute swimming lesson once a week is the only time they are free of walking frames and wheelchairs. Being in the water is a very liberating experience and something they look forward to each week. We are thrilled to have have raised $6,400 from the sale of our charity Buddy Bracelets to help them continue to teach disabled children how to swim.
This is our adorable '#insteadofchocolate thank you postcard designed by Kate G Illustration below. This is an illustration of Bud the Bear and Bonnie the Bunny wearing our charity Buddy Bracelets. The kindhearted company FDC Construction and Fitout purchased Buddy Bracelets to give to children admitted to hospital and all the money was given to The Change Angels to donate to The Child Protection Unit.
Thank you to everyone who has been supporting our fundraising efforts.
Meet Henry & Gigi
These two are brother and sister and best buddies! Henry faces many daily challenges and spends a lot of time alone having one on one therapy and meeting with specialists.
Swimming is different for Henry because Little Hero's Swimming Academy has the 'Mad About Inclusion' program. This means Henry gets to spend his lesson learning to survive in the water with his little sis Gigi!
"The highly skilled staff are completely invested in the children and show compassion and understanding to both the children they teach and their parents.
I am so thankful for Tracey and her team at Little Hero's, it is this therapy time where my little guy really does feel like a Hero!"
Henry's mum, Jo O'Brien.
We'd love you to join us in helping Little Heroes Swim Academy teach more disabled children how to swim.
Don't forget we all need a Buddy - but we especially need a Buddy in the water.