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Television stars will be out to support Endeavour Foundation’s photography competition which is open to people employed at the Sydney business services.
Actors Troy Planet, who has starred in the recent ‘Underbelly’ series on the Nine Network, and Robert Mammone, who plays Dr Sid Walker on Channel Seven’s ‘Home and Away’, will be at the launch this Tuesday.
The renowned real-life doctor, Doctor Benny Fan, who is a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and is a great supporter of Endeavour Foundation, will also be there to lend his support.
Endeavour Foundation’s family/carers group in Sydney is behind the competition.
People who are employed by Endeavour Foundation at the three business sites in Sydney are invited to take a photograph which represents their day at work.
The competition is being launched at Clean-Pac Services, which is Endeavour Foundation’s business service in Seven Hills, this Tuesday.
Endeavour Foundation employs almost 500 supported employees (people with an intellectual or physical disability) at three business sites in the western suburbs of Sydney.
Endeavour Foundation exists to support people with a disability to have the opportunity to make the choices of an ordinary life.
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