On Friday 21 October, Western Sydney businesses joined forces at the Coleman Greig Challenge by running, riding and walking in Parramatta Park to support children with special needs and newborn care.
Sydney's North Shore dad, Baker Tamory, is taking up the challenge for charity in Bicycle NSW’s Spring Cycle, Sydney’s largest recreational bike ride, on Sunday 16 October. Baker is using the ride to fundraise for Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC), which supports his son Raiyaan who has hearing loss.
Nine-year-old Josh Wood from Carindale, who lives with a vision impairment, was ‘over the moon’ when he and his brother, Ben, received an invitation to meet the Prime Minister of Australia.
Families of children who have hearing loss from regional and remote areas of Australia recently visited Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) in Sydney for a specialised residential camp.
Champion athletes Katie Kelly, Michelle Jenneke and Jana Pittman invite you to join them in the 2016 Coleman Greig Challenge: Corporate for Community to help raise $150,000 for children with special needs and newborn care.
The annual Challenge will be held this year on Friday 21 October, and encourages Western Sydney businesses to get fit, have fun and give back to the community. All funds raised support the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC), St Gabriel’s School and My Westmead.
For Toongabbie father, Baker, Father’s Day is particularly special with thanks to support from Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC).