G'day there...I’m raising money for the CFS Foundation supporting SA's incredible CFS volunteers.
Join me for a preview screening of the action thriller Inferno, starring Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones on Wednesday October 12th at 7:30pm at Wallis Mitcham Cinema.
There will be some great prizes and everyone will receive a goodie bag thanks to our sponsors:
HEYNE'S WHOLESALE NURSERY
FIRE & RESCUE AUSTRALIA
I hope to see you there for a great night... all for a great cause!
Help me, help the helpers!
As a former officer with the Country Fire Service, and through my role at Channel Nine covering the disasters they respond to, I’m generating awareness and support for SA's incredible CFS volunteers.
While ensuring the safety and survival of others, CFS firefighters are often impacted by the very disasters they're trying to combat – some losing their own homes and vehicles, or worse, their loved ones.
The CFS Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that relies heavily upon the community to meet its mission. It exists solely to support CFS volunteers and their families who have suffered through death or injury, and/or the loss of property while in the line of service, by providing immediate financial assistance and supporting the health and well-being of our CFS volunteers and their families.
One of the ways I’m lending support is through the inaugural CFS Foundation Fire Trail.
About the CFS Foundation Fire Trail:
The CFS Foundation ‘Fire Trail’ is a four-day, three-night self-drive adventure from Adelaide through the state's Mid North and Lower Flinders Ranges on the October Long weekend. Get off the beaten track and see hidden parts of South Australia, while driving on dirt roads, camping under the stars and making new friends. All pit stops will be fully-catered, and along the way you'll have the opportunity to learn and engage with rural communities, and enjoy their country hospitality with loads of fun and entertainment for the whole family. Not only will the Fire Trail show-off some of the state's most spectacular scenery, but it will also visit many regions that have been devastated by bushfires. For more information and to register, visit www.firetrail.org.au