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Thursday, August 31st 2017

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Local families Chit Chat together to raise funds for kids

Chit Chat Box

Tiny Giants from North Beach have teamed with the Button family (current Newman College family) to raise much needed funds to help children with special needs. From Monday 4 September through to midnight Sunday 10 September, Tiny Giants will donate $5 from every Chit Chat Box sold via their online store to the rehabME' Program.

The ‘rehabME' Program (established through the Saba Rose Button Foundation) provides much needed financial support for children with special needs to access ‘intensive blocks’ of physiotherapy, for specialised equipment that is needed, for parental respite and for care in the home.

David Gauci (Class of '93) and Amanda Gauci (Nee Stinson Class of '98) recently started Tiny Giants with their children and launched their first product the Chit Chat Box. With nearly 1,000 boxes sold since May, this children’s activity box has received rave reviews from parents, education specialists and children across Australia. The Gauci family wanted to create a unique product that encourages meaningful conversations between parents and children in this highly digital world.

The Chit Chat Box is a fun activity box thoughtfully designed to encourage children aged 4-8 years old to think big, reflect, be creative and kind while strengthening the relationships with the grown-ups in their lives.

Chit Chat Boxes can be purchased for $29.95 via www.tinygiants.com.au
For more information on the SRBF refer to www.sababutton.org

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