Sep 30, 2013

Leo Burnett and Mi9 launch fund-raising programme for KidsXPress

Leo Burnett Sydney and Mi9 held an event on 25 September to launch Made to Grow, a social enterprise created to raise funds for KidsXPress, an expressive therapy center for children who have experienced trauma. Blue Ocean, a triptych by 6-year-old Melbourne artist Aelita Andre, who has exhibited in New York, Hong Kong and London, was unveiled and sold at the launch. Artworks from 21 children who have completed the KidsXpress program were also exhibited and auctioned.

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