Capital Bluestone have once again shown their support for Kookaburra Kids. Future resident of Woolooware Bay celebrated the Christmas holiday season with a big street party – complete with hills hoist, totem tennis, backyard cricket, garden hedges and picket fences. But the fun didn’t stop there, as part of their commitment to supporting community organisations, Capital Bluestone asked all guests to the party to bring along school supplies to be donated to local children supported by Kookaburra Kids.
“We wanted our cul-de-sac theme to really highlight the things we and our residents really value about what Woolooware Bay represents – a chance to be part of a neighbourhood with a strong sense of belonging and community spirit,” Capital Bluestone managing director Ben Fairfax said.
“It was a great night to enjoy the holiday season, get to know each other and help an amazing charity in Kookaburra Kids,” he said.
Kookaburra Kids CEO Pam Brown said, “It was wonderful to be part of such an amazing community event and we are very thankful to have the support of Capital Bluestone who continue to go above and beyond to ensure the new Woolooware Bay community is alive community spirit”.
On behalf of all our Kookaburra Kids we would like to take this opportunity to thank Capital Bluestone and all the future residents of Woolooware Bay for their support.