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A community party to help Kai

Wheels 4 Kai, a community charity event featuring music, food, drinks and prizes will be held at Warriewood Surf Club on Saturday 10 September at 6pm.

The goal of this event is to raise money for Northern Beaches teen Kai Tesorieor, a 15 year old young man who has cerebral palsy, which has paralysed his movement and made him dependent on a wheelchair. He is not able to walk, talk, eat or shower, requiring care 24/7.

Poster for the Wheels 4 Kai party

All the money raised from this event will help Kai’s family in purchasing a second hand vehicle that will greatly benefit the lives of the Tesorieor family.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme recognises Kai’s changing mobility needs and has approved some funding for vehicle modifications on the basis that the family purchase a vehicle with certain specifications.

The party will feature a DJ, with food provided by Blatchford catering and craft beer supplied by Beer Love.

Buying tickets for the event will get you raffle tickets that puts you in the running for a whole list of prizes, like a charter yacht through Sydney Harbour, a Carol Gibbons photography package, as well as the major prize, being a 5 night stay in a luxury waterfront home in Port Macquarie.

The booking partner for the event, Humanitix, will be accepting Parent NSW Vouchers to buy tickets for the event and raffle tickets.

You can purchase tickets for the event and the raffle at https://events.humanitix.com/wheels-4-kai-fundraiser

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