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Endeavour Foundation is playing its part in supporting National Youth Week by hosting a unique stall in Gatton for the Lockyer Valley Regional Youth Council's 'Big Day In' on Saturday 28th April.
The Endeavour Foundation Recycled Clothing store in Toowoomba, which sells high-quality used clothes and accessories to raise funds for people with a disability, will offer fabulous recycled clothing aimed specifically at younger people in their stall.
Endeavour Foundation hopes that the stall full of youth-styled clothes and accessories will help local youths and also raise awareness among younger people of the issues faced by thousands of Australians, many in the Toowoomba and Gatton region, with a disability.
The General Manager for Endeavour Foundation's Consumer Businesses, Leanne Rudd, says it's an important event.
“Endeavour Foundation's primary focus is to raise funds to support people with a disability but we are also committed to promoting disability awareness to tomorrow's adults.
“The 'Big Day In' in Gatton is a wonderful opportunity for Endeavour Foundation to get involved in a key community and to support local young people while also supporting people with a disability.”
The 'Big Day In' for people aged between 10 and 21 years old is at Gatton Sports Centre on Saturday 28th April 2pm – 10pm. Entry is free.
Note: Endeavour Foundation supports more than 330 families in the Darling Downs, providing accommodation, employment, training, life skills and personal development opportunities for people with a disability. Endeavour Foundation provides supported employment for more than 200 people in the area.
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