The event was all for a great cause; raising nearly $20000 to support young Australians with high-care needs.
“This event is significant for us at Youngcare, because Brisbane’s advertising industry and Cutting Edge have been longtime supporters of us and they continue to lend their creativity and passion. It’s a great vehicle to raise money and awareness for our cause,” said Anthony Ryan, Youngcare CEO.
“Amazing art and an impressive result; the auction is not only a load of fun, but also a wonderful way for Youngcare to share our story. Each year is bigger than the last, and I am already excited to see what the artists come up with next year,” he continued.
Youngcare helps provide in-home support and purpose built homes that help offer age-appropriate housing for young Australians who would otherwise have no choice but to live in aged care facilities.
“There are 12,000 young Aussies living in residential aged care, hospitals and rehab centres, because there is nowhere else for them to go. We’re fighting to offer young people with high care needs choice, independence and dignity in their own homes. It was very heartwarming to have the support of Cutting Edge and Brisbane’s creative industry,” said Anthony.
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