The Luke Priddis Foundation will hold its third annual NRL Western Sydney Grand Final breakfast on Wednesday, October 2, at the Evan Theatre at Panthers. This event will be filled with entertainment including comedy by MC comedian Tahir and singing by Tyler Hudson (who appeared on this year's The X Factor and Top 24) who will launch his new song for autism.
There will also be a panel, including former referee Bill Harrigan and NRL stars, Panthers cheerleaders, prizes, raffles and auctions.
All funds raised will enable the foundation to extend services to youngsters with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families in western Sydney. Cost, including breakfast and entertainment: $80 for table seating (hot breakfast), $40 for stadium seating (packed cold breakfast). Tables of eight: $640. The foundation is seeking sponsors for this event.
Details, sponsors: Shane Skeen, 4736 2202 or 0414 923 206.
White River Design marked 10 years in business with the launch of a new brand which has just been shortlisted in the Sydney Design Awards. In line with their move from graphic design to a complete creative studio, the White River Design team felt they had to move to a more contemporary brand reflecting their evolving culture and commercial development. The new name has been a catalyst for change in other businesses, creating individual brand identities. Using their birthday as the launch of the rebrand, underpinned by the concept of turning Ten Years New, they celebrated their evolution as a multi-faceted studio.
Awards details: sydneydesignawards .com.au.