8th Annual Kookaburra Kids Foundation Corporate Lunch

Event proudly sponsored by:

Mental illness touches us all. Young people are the least likely to seek professional help and those who are impacted by family mental illness are 50% more likely to develop mental health issues of their own.

This is where Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation swoops in to help.

We empower young people living in families impacted by mental illness by helping them to develop coping mechanisms, providing age-appropriate mental health education and connecting them with beneficial support networks.

Without the continued generous support of our corporate supporters, we wouldn’t have the capacity to assist the increasing number of Australian young people who need our help.

Friday 21st May
12pm – 3pm
Doltone House
Jones Bay Wharf

Your ticket to helping break the cycle

Our corporate lunch promises to be enlightening, vibrant and fun. Enjoy a delicious meal and drinks while networking with special guests including professionals, business owners, philanthropists, politicians and celebrities.

Our inspiring lineup of keynote speakers will educate and motivate. The program features an array of activities and ice-breakers that will keep you constantly entertained while also stimulating discussion around mental health.

We’ll also celebrate the huge success Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation has achieved recently and shed some insight into the crucial work we’re undertaking across the country.

All profits from this very special lunch will help Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation continue to bring empowerment, hope and happiness into the lives of young people living in families impacted by mental illness. As a corporate supporter, you deserve to understand the significance of your contributions and how they are utilised to make real, positive change.

Get your tickets NOW!

Prize Donors

Vuly Play, Australia’s #1 outdoor play equipment, strives to push the limits of fun and innovation with a range of products to suit any family, including kids ride on cars  and mountain bikes. Our friends at Vuly Play have generously donated one of their kids bikes, this donation will be used to help to raise funds at our 2021 Corporate Lunch.

Taronga Zoo: https://taronga.org.au/sydney-zoo

You can’t travel internationally right now, but you can see the whole WILD world at Taronga. Home to more than 4,000 wonderful and unique animals from all over the globe.

Woolooware Golf Course & Pro Shop: http://wooloowaregolfclub.com.au/

All your golfing needs under the one roof. From golf clubs, bags, balls and accessories, to fine food and coffee. Come and pay a visit!

Vintage Aesthetics: https://vintageaesthetics.com/

Improve with age at Vintage Aesthetics. We offer natural, long lasting anti-ageing results.

Southside Staffing – https://southsidestaffing.com.au/

At Southside Staffing, we strive to create recruitment solutions for both our valued clients and talented candidates so that they can achieve their future goals Our experienced team of recruitment specialists have been building partnerships with local businesses and job seekers for over 20 years. Matching the right people to the right business is why Southside Staffing are recognised as one of the leading recruitment agencies across New South Wales and Queensland.

Talent Development Project: https://www.talentdevelopmentproject.org.au/

The Talent Development Project Foundation (TDP) was established in 1991 as a means of cultivating the extraordinary talent being unearthed at the annual Schools Spectacular. It is now the most successful youth training and development program in the music and entertainment industry in Australia.

Deicorp: https://www.deicorp.com.au/

Deicorp is a well-known and highly respected Developer / Builder that has been successfully operating for over two decades.

Evolve: https://www.evolvepsychservices.com/

Dr Virginia Williams is a clinical psychologist, researcher, entrepreneur and educator with considerable experience in the area of positive behaviour change for individuals, teams and organisations.  She has published in peer reviewed journals and has received the Emerald Publications Literati Award for two of her manuscripts in this area.