SA’s not-for-profit organisation KickStart for Kids and Australian Fashion Labels’ The Fifth Label join forces this month to launch Come Together, a movement aimed to increase awareness and funds for underprivileged children across the state.
The Fifth Label have designed a limited-edition t-shirt to be sold in aim to help raise funds for the KSFK charity, allowing its continued support to 350 schools per week by providing positive educational and self-esteem outcomes through breakfast and lunch programs, mentoring and camps.
Wanting to establish an event that will focus on women and the impact they have on our community, CEO and Founder of KSFK, Ian Steel and AFL Co-Founder Melanie Flintoff hope that by teaming up, a call to action message will be created to help break the inter-generational cycle of hardship.
Those jumping onboard the Come Together mission include ambassador 10 News First Anchor Rebecca Morse, who will host the launch of the movement alongside Hit107 radio counterpart Cosi, at Published Arthouse on August 29.
“The Come Together message is a powerful one, it really does take a village to help our children and I am thrilled to be working with such an admirable charity, playing my part in helping disadvantaged kids,” says Bec.
Tickets for the event will see guests gain an insight into the cause along with a grazing lunch courtesy of Chopping Board catering, raw treats from Love Jamu, Bird in Hand pours, a panel discussion, fashion parade, silent auction and a Come Together t-shirt.
T-shirts can be purchased at kickstartforkids.com.au