NewsCapital S.M.A.R.T Holds Special Family & Community Day in Queensland
Capital S.M.A.R.T Holds Special Family & Community Day in Queensland
Capital S.M.A.R.T held a special family and community day in Queensland to present nine hand crafted Billy carts to Variety The Children’s Charity.
The Billy carts were constructed by team members from the four smart repair centres in Queensland following S.M.A.R.T’s fourth annual leadership conference held in Brisbane.
S.M.A.R.T organised a family event for the presentation, with a jumping castle and games for the children, along with a free barbeque lunch.
The Billy carts were presented to Variety by Acting Chief Operating Officer, Peter McAninch together with Queensland Operations Manager, Paul Garbett.
Mr McAninch said S.M.A.R.T was delighted to be connecting with the local community and supporting the children and their families.
“The S.M.A.R.T team really did an incredible job, with the detail and the effort they put into the project, and the carts were all amazing.”
Another three carts were also presented to children selected by Variety at the conference earlier in the year.
Chief Executive, Norman Moss, said Variety was an ideal community partner for Capital S.M.A.R.T given the national distribution of our repair centres.
“Variety The Children's Charity is committed to empowering Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs to live, laugh and learn. It gives practical equipment, programs and experiences to help children in need to overcome whatever obstacles they face and live life to the fullest.”
Mr Moss said Capital S.M.A.R.T was appreciative of the help received from paint manufacturer PPG, which had supplied paints and custom cut decorations for the building of the Billy carts at the conference.