Thank you Vuly!
The children who attend our early childhood intervention programs at Sunnybank Hills found a wonderful surprise in their playground when they returned after the school holidays - a new trampoline!
Upon learning Autism Queensland had retired their old one and were looking for a replacement, Vuly came to the rescue, offering to donate a new Lift Pro. And not only did they donate the trampoline - they also installed it.
Vuly Community Engagement and Brand Manager Davinder Saini returned to Sunnybank Hills a few weeks later with Federal MP Ross Vasta (Member for Bonner) to formerly hand over the gift to Autism Queensland CEO Rod Cameron and speech pathologist Caitlin O'Connor who explained to the visitors the important role the trampoline played in the ECI program. Caitlin doesn't generally sport a blue tutu as seen in the bottom photo but on the visit coincided with a special blue day the youngsters were having to celebrate the organisation's annual Go Blue for Autism campaign.
Thank you Vuly for your generosity in responding to our need!
You can read more about the benefits of trampolines here.
(Above): The new trampoline takes shape; Group photo: (l-r) Autism Queensland CEO Rod Cameron, Ross Vasta MP, Vuly Community Engagement and Brand Manager Davinder Saini, and Autism Queensland Speech Pathologist, Caitlin O'Connor, with Zander.