In partnership with International Entertainment, each year selected WA PCYC centres host the Children’s Festival, which allows selected special needs, disadvantaged and at-risk children a wonderful day to remember with astounding performances of acrobatics, clowning, juggling, death-defying stunts and lots of comedy.
Sponsors and supporters purchase tickets, on behalf of disadvantaged youth, allowing them to attend the show. This initiative also raises valuable funds for WA PCYC, with proceeds assisting our organisation to continue to deliver programs targeted at youth-at-risk which are designed to reduce anti-social and criminal behaviour.
Our upcoming events include:
World Festival of Magic
December 2016, Kalgoorlie PCYC @ Kalgoorlie Town Hall
If you wish to sponsor a group of special needs children which allows them to attend one of our shows sponsorship starts at just $60.00 inclusive of GST and sponsorship is tax deductible.
Please call 9277 4388 to let us know what region you would like to support and we can arrange for an invoice to be sent. Alternatively, if you have received an invoice already, please follow the payment instructions on your invoice.
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