Fundraiser for Kidzucate well supported by northern suburbs business


Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts, Wanneroo Business Association’s Dinesh Aggarwal and Lauren McGee, Kidzucate founder Sian Williams, association president Trent Carter and vice-president Peter Armstrong.
Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts, Wanneroo Business Association’s Dinesh Aggarwal and Lauren McGee, Kidzucate founder Sian Williams, association president Trent Carter and vice-president Peter Armstrong.

LOCAL businesses have helped to raise thousands of dollars for a Burns Beach charity.

Wanneroo Business Association hosted a fundraising event this month in Wangara, which pulled in $3450 for anti-bullying organisation Kidzucate and was attended by representatives from about 50 businesses.

The total may rise as the association is also donating the cost of the first month of membership for all members who join in June.

Kidzucate director Azelene Williams said she was overwhelmed and grateful for the support. The funds will be used to create advocacy packs.

WBA to host AGM next month

WANNEROO Business Association is hosting its annual general meeting on July 20.

Guests can enjoy a hot breakfast and hear from association member Suze Trappitt as she talks about her recent journey conquering Mt Everest.

The event will also welcome the next board of management and three new board members will be announced.

It runs from 7am at Mindarie marina’s Keys Suite and tickets cost $45 for members and $55 for non-members.

Book at www.wanneroobusiness.com by July 14.

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