MINI for a Cause

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay News | Latest Industry News

Last month, the BMW MINI forum organised a really meaningful event for children of Club Rainbow, a charity committed to providing comprehensive help to children who are suffering from a range of chronic and life-threatening illnesses.

302351_10151055411202710_168072905_nI was out of town then, otherwise I really wished I could have been there!

 

About 50 children were invited to an afternoon at McDonald’s, accompanied by their parents and siblings.

375745_10151055411382710_503951964_nJudging from the photos, I must say it was a super colourful and cheerful outing with lots of balloons and smiles all around. 

 

The children and their families were entertained with games, magic shows and also instant polaroids taken with the pretty cars all decked out in rainbow colours! 

530050_10151055411807710_1628810971_n599478_10151055411642710_1169677301_nThat’s right, no less than rainbows for the children of Club Rainbow! ;)

 

Due to privacy purposes I cannot publish photos of the children’s smiley faces but I heard (and I don’t doubt) that they were really happy that day!

 

I hope I can make it for the next BMW MINI charity event! 

 

Meanwhile, I have a car-related charity event coming up in early October! Have a car? Want to put a smile on the beneficiaries’ faces? Then keep 6th October free please! I will come back with more details:)

 

For more information on the BMW MINI club, visit their forum here or like their Facebook page here.

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