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PotatoesSA Annual Dinner raises $45,000!

PotatoesSA Annual Dinner raises $45,000!

This equates to $3.9million per tonne paid for new season baby potatoes

Last Friday night, 26th October at the National Wine Centre, Potatoes South Australia held their annual industry dinner, where they also host a unique auction of new season baby potatoes. The auction was led by Mr Tony Wetherall, SA Stud Stock Manager Elders Ltd, with all proceeds benefiting Little Heroes Foundation, to help us continue to support children living with cancer.
‘Taste the Barossa’ partner with Little Heroes Foundation

‘Taste the Barossa’ partner with Little Heroes Foundation

Helping us continue to make a difference!

Little Heroes Foundation is excited to announce a new partnership with Taste the Barossa, effective from September 1, 2018.

The partnership will see 10% proceeds from all bookings made directly to Taste the Barossa by hotel staff donated to Little Heroes Foundation, to help fund our ongoing projects and programs.

Little Hero Ivy loses battle with EB

Little Hero Ivy loses battle with EB

Our sincerest condolences to Hannah, Steve and family

Late last week, our team learned of the tragic passing of long-time Little Hero Ivy Krause. Ivy was an inspiration to all of us at Little Heroes Foundation, both past and present.
Walls and Roof nearing completion on site for Building Dreams

Walls and Roof nearing completion on site for Building Dreams

Thanks to Broadview Roofing, Velux, Solatube, and MDP Rendering

Since August, the home now has walls, completed brick works in the garage, a beautiful roof and plenty of skylights.

We are looking forward to seeing the final touches completed on the exterior over the next few weeks, and then the team at Finesse Built, Alisa and Lysandra, and all of their incredibly generous supporters can begin work on the interiors!


Meet Ivy – the inspiration behind the Little Wings Ball

Meet Ivy – the inspiration behind the Little Wings Ball

The butterfly beneath the bandages

When Ivy was born it was obvious that she was unique. Born without the skin on her left leg , it was very early in Ivy's life that she was diagnosed with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), which is often called 'the worst disease you have never heard of.'

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