What are you doing on August 2? Whatever your plans are, you should change them and head to The Girls and Boys Brigade annual fete, Wonder 103.
The Girls and Boys Brigade is a Sydney charity that has been running for 130 years and is still going strong. Their aim is to break the cycle of disadvantage through educational and emotional support. They provide a safe haven for local children and their families while helping them build resilience, teaching them practical life skills and promoting healthy relationships with them and with their families.
Need more convincing? How about Dion Lee, Marimekko, Feit, Vanishing Elephant, Elke Kramer, Gelato Messina, Aquabumps, Bec Parsons, Justin Ridler, Bart Celestino, Dr. Cooper and Monster Children. They will all be contributing to fundraising on the day.
Add to that the opp to win prizes like a St George First Bank Account with an opening balance of $200 and a Felt Footwear voucher, and you're already on your way to a new wardobe.
And if you're a little more artistically inclined you can attend the curated silent auction with pieces from Hugh Stewart who has worked with some of the world's biggest magazines including Vanity Fair, Vogue and Rolling Stone, and Bec Parsons who has worked with Veronika Maine and Harper's Bazaar.
Can't make it on the day? No stress. The Girls and Boys Brigade have coverd all bases with their Wonder 103 Crowdfunding Campaign. With even just a small donation you can win more prizes, including sunglasses from PREEN by Thornton Bregazzi and a dinner voucher for Toko or Queenies.
Wonder 103 Fete
404 Riley Street, Surry Hills