Supply chain consultant, Logistics Bureau, and the Starlight Children’s Foundation joined forces in March to provide two seriously ill children with a day to remember at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Starlight Children's Foundation Australia Logistics Bureau donated its corporate box at the SCG to Starlight, which organised a special day out for two cricket-mad kids, through its Kids’ Activity Network program.

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Supply chain consultant, Logistics Bureau, and the Starlight Children’s Foundation joined forces in March to provide two seriously ill children with a day to remember at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Logistics Bureau donated its corporate box at the SCG to Starlight, which organised a special day out for two cricket-mad kids, through its Kids’ Activity Network program.

The children, Brendan Thompson and Mitchell Campbell, and their families, met several of the players involved in the Pura Milk Cup tie between the NSW Blues and the Queensland Bulls.

Brendan’s Mum and Dad, Susan and Warren Thompson, said:

“It was a great day. The children had a fantastic time out. The boys even had their photos taken with some of the Queensland players, and this was the highlight of little Brendan’s day, not to mention his big brother and little sister. Our sincere thanks again to Logistics Bureau and Starlight for their kindness.”

Queensland Bulls

The Starlight Foundation’s Chief Executive, Jill Weekes, said the organisation valued donations of this type greatly: “We applaud Logistics Bureau for its generosity and thank the players who took the time to spend a few moments with the children.

“Our limited budget means we are always delighted to take advantage of opportunities of this type and we ask other businesses to spare a thought for Starlight when planning their corporate entertainment for the year.”

Starlight’s mission is to brighten the lives of as many seriously ill children and their families as possible, by granting wishes and providing entertainment both in and out of hospitals throughout Australia. In total, more than 200,000 seriously ill Australian children and their families are touched every year by Starlight.

Through its Kids’ Activity Network, Starlight offers tickets to events, shows and activities to children and their families.

If anyone would like to assist the Kids’ Activity Network, please contact Ayesha Khan, Kids’ Activity Network Program Manager, at the Starlight Children’s Foundation on (02) 8425 5906 or [email protected]

Further information on Starlight can be found by visiting: www.starlight.org.au

 

Best Regards,

Rob O'ByrneRob O’Byrne
Group Managing Director
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +61 417 417 307