Looking to do good this festive season? This free event is the perfect chance to give back to kids in need.
Christmas is a time to gather your loved ones and spend time with those that mean the most. It’s a season of long lunches, festive parties and backyard BBQs. A time to pull out the tinsel, put up the tree and get wrapping to show your nearest and dearest how much you care. But for some, Christmas can be one of the loneliest times of the year.
As Australia’s most reputable children’s cancer charity, Camp Quality is passionate about giving kids facing cancer the chance to be kids again. And their message has never been more important than during the festive season. Through the services and programs they run, Camp Quality is committed to helping kids aged 0-13 to laugh, make friends have new adventures to help change the cancer story for kids and families across the country.
This weekend, Camp Quality is teaming up with LEGO® Australia for the first Australian Build to Give event. In a nutshell, the event is all about getting Sydneysiders to help kids living with cancer by providing toys and opportunities for play during the Christmas season. From November 22nd the November 24th, the Build to Give activation will be popping up in World Square. To take part, simply visit the activation and create a unique LEGO ornament. For every ornament made, Camp Quality and LEGO will be donating a gift to a child facing cancer this Christmas.
Build to Give hopes to extend its reach beyond Australia, with events taking place in Europe, Asia and in the United States, hoping to reach 1,000,000 children in need of play around the globe. The event hopes to bring people together to create beautiful activations across cities around the globe, plus donate much-need gifts of play to kids across the world.
Build to Give Sydney will be taking place at World Square (633 George Street, Sydney) from November 22nd to November 24th 2019. For more information, click here.
Friday: 11am to 2pm, 4pm to 7pm
Saturday: 10am to 8pm
Sunday: 12pm to 6pm