Meet our amazing National Australian Miss Program Pageant Girls making a big difference.
Say hello to the small but mighty Bryleigh Clarke, known to everyone as Sunny who was named Blacktown City’s Young Citizen of the Year for her outstanding charity work raising funds for us and won the National Charity title at this year’s National Australian Miss Program event. At just five years old, Sunny along with the support of her Mum raised over $3000.
Sunny pictured above. Photo Credit Katherine Musgrave.
What was equally as amazing, was that the second and first runner ups at the event also raised money for The Luke Priddis Foundation.
Keira Waldron and Izzy Blackburn worked so hard to raise awareness and money.
Keira Waldron pictured above. Photo Credit Katherine Musgrave.
Izzy held multiple events, saved her own money, sold merchandise and even made sure each of our LPF kids had some special reindeer food around Christmas with a letter from the Big Guy himself, what a circle of influence she has. It was no surprise to us that Izzy came home with the Miss Athletic title as a huge participant in sports and little athletics.
Izzy Blackburn pictured above. Photo Credit Katherine Musgrave.
We are so inspired by these girls and their vision to be their best selves and make a difference doing it. Watch out world, the future leaders are coming.
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