Cristmas jumping castle hire melbourne BUFU (By Us For U) entertainment’s director, Ms Amanda Madonisi, said Christmas is a day where affluent families share presents in the spirit of giving.
“This is done to show love. Most children in the townships have never experienced the joy of receiving a present on Christmas day,” said Ms Madonisi.
She said this breaks her heart to know that every Christmas there are sad children who see their peers rejoicing after receiving presents and new clothes. cristmas jumping castle hire melbourne
Therefore, as a result BUFU entertainment and Rhythm Riders took it upon themselves to be a secrete Santa Claus for disadvantaged, disabled and orphaned children.
cristmas jumping castle hire melbourne When asked how her company is going achieve this goal Ms Madonisi said she spoke to a friend who helped her to brainstorm and the concept of the festival came to light.
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“As a new company we had no budget for the project and famous artists charge exorbitant amounts of money. Unrecognised local musicians are struggling to get booked for paying gigs,” she said.
She poke to a couple of up-and-coming artists who loved the idea of using their talent to raise funds for a good cause.
She said among the artists expected to perform are R-senic, Savage Fatso, Gravetown entertainment, Last days fam, Mickey M, K Dog, Paragon and Dj Fistos from the Voice of Tembisa radio.
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“I put the word out there asking people who think they have talent to contact me. They responded well but I still need more performing artists,” she said
She said she is appealing to Ivory Park and Tembisa residents to come out in support of the mission to put a smile on disadvantaged, disabled and orphaned children’s faces.
“Proceeds of the festival will go towards the hiring of jumping castles, water slides, an ice-cream making machine and lucky packets. We have spoken to two homes at the moment and we also invite children from the public,” said Ms Madonisi.
People are being urged to donate to a Christmas toy appeal with the aim of cheering up children admitted to hospital over the festive period. Carlton man Mark Dawson is planning to hand out the donated toys during a Christmas party he is organising at the Queen’s Medical Centre on December 20. Mark, who runs local bouncy castle hire company Mad Inflatables,cristmas jumping castle hire melbourne said he was inspired into action after attending a recent charity event. He said: “Because we run a bouncy castle company, we often get asked to help out a lot with fundraising. We recently helped a charity called Little Princesses’ Trust and it broke our heart to see all the kids suffering. “This really inspired us to do something at Christmas for the kids who are in hospital at a time of year that really should be magical.
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She said, in the spirit of giving, lucky residents who attend the festival will receive a present every hour.
“This will be done through a raffle from the ticket numbers they used to enter at the venue. We also encourage the community and local business to donate anything like toiletries, books, toys, canned food and new clothing items to make this Christmas a memorable day for the needy,” Ms Madonisi said.