Today we bring you a lovely update from our Circulate Programme at PCYC.
Every Tuesday 15 kids train with Circus WA
at PCYC. Circus WA have been able to bring on a second trainer, Aiden Bayliss, to work with the kids. Two unicylcles have been repaired and one of the students is so into it, his parents are buying him a unicycle for his birthday.
The three students in the scholarship programme, Lily, Chris and Moana, are staying on and two new students, Camilla and Tiger, will be introduced to Circus WA this term.
The group were given 36 FREE tickets to Cirque de Soleil
show Totem for Thursday 30th July 2015. And some of the Cirque de Soleil performers will come to the PCYC and deliver a free workshop to the students!
As Lee Burns, the Trainer Liason Officer for Circus WA, said “All this couldn’t have happened if we didn’t have the ongoing funds to keep turning up every week, so thanks again to your fundraising efforts, we really appreciate it!”. The Circulate Programme is made possible by the Merenda Fund
and Yogi Vibes. Their support makes these incredible opportunities possible.
Thank you for an amazing Fremantle Ball on Friday night.
Together you raised over $55,000 for the Fremantle Foundation Fund For Children and Young People.
And your ticket purchases contributed a further $20,000 to the Fremantle Foundation’s capacity and ongoing impact.
A wonderful night and and a great result.
To check out all the photos from the night visit our Facebook page.
Thank you very much to everyone who supported the Fremantle Foundation Charity Ball for 2014.
You can be proud that together we raised $70,000 for disadvantaged young people. An incredible result for the community.
These funds will be used this year, and for coming years to support the children and young people of the Fremantle area.
It was a pleasure to share a very special night for Fremantle with you.
For all the photos visit our Facebook