Sienna has a rare chromosome disorder and attends a group at Summerland Early Intervention.
Sienna has a rare chromosome disorder and attends a group at Summerland Early Intervention.

A fun way to help kids

The Summerland Early Intervention Programme (SEIP) is holding a fundraising trivia night on Saturday, June 12, to raise money to buy an air-conditioner.

The charitable organisation which provides support for children with delayed development/ disabilities and their families would like to encourage as many people as possible to get together a table with a maximum of eight people and register to take part in the night at the East Lismore Bowling Blub.

“None of the rooms in our building are air-conditioned,” SEIP worker Cherron Cameron said. “We need to air condition the gym as a priority as this is where our baby groups are held. The gym is extremely hot in summer and freezing in winter and these extreme conditions can really affect the children who attend here.”

On the night, the doors open at 6.30pm and the game starts at 7pm. The cost is $10 per person and you should bring some nibbles to share and drinks are available at the bar. There will be a raffle and fun activities between rounds, so bring your gold coins and be prepared to have fun while helping a good cause.

To register your table, contact Cherron Cameron on 0407 208407 or email seip@westnet.com.au.


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