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Wests Tigers player Luke Brooks will be appearing at Westfield Burwood this Saturday 6 August.

Brooks will be at Westfield Burwood between 11am and 12pm, supporting Give Ability Day.

Wests Tigers are running a skills station as a part of Give Ability Day, with Brooks to spend time on the stand.

Give Ability Day raises much needed funds for the Infants’ Home, with Westfield Burwood to double every dollar raised on the day.

The day will include; fairy floss stall, popcorn stall, snow cone stall, Bike’n’Blend your own smoothie, BBQ, flower cart, Lego station, balloons, stickers and puppets to purchase as a donation on the day.

About the Infants’ Home

The Infants’ Home is an integrated service in Sydney’s Inner West that integrate early childhood education and care, early intervention and health services for children and families. They provide programmes and assistance to assist families who may have a child with a disability, and how they can be integrated into everyday situations and circumstances. With one in 14 Australian children living with a disability, Scentre Group is committed to making a real difference to the lives of children with a disability and their families. GiveAbility Day is the major fundraising day for our charity partner each year. Across the country every Westfield centre will be raising money for their charity partner – and we are looking to beat our target of $5,200 (doubled to $10,400) from last year. Our focus this year in promoting the event will be ‘double every dollar’ as nationally, Scentre Group doubles every dollar raised for our charity partners.  


Acknowledgement of Country

Wests Tigers respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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