Shepparton Marketplace 'BIG Change For Small Change' To Raise Money For GV Health

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Shepparton Marketplace 'BIG Change For Small Change' To Raise Money For GV Health

Saturday, August 18 will see Shepparton Marketplace create 'BIG Change for small change', hosting a community event that aims to give back to the local community and make a different to the lives of local children by supporting the important work GV Health.

All funds raises at Shepparton Marketplace will be donated to the Children's Ward at GV Health. 

“Supporting local families with young children is central to Shepparton Marketplace. We see this as an important way to continue our effort in giving back and making a difference in our community,” says Shepparton Marketplace, Centre Manager Theresa Lowe.

Up to 1,500 children under the age of 10 are admitted to hospitals throughout Australia every day and raising money for local hospitals to support families is as important as ever to our local communities. 

The ‘BIG Change for small change’ program of entertainment and events includes:

  • Donation collections at each shopping centre entry
  • A chance to win in our retailer raffle
  • Free Balloon Twisting 9am – 12noon
  • Free Face Painting/Face Tattoos 12noon – 3pm
  • Woolworths Petrol drive-way service 11am – 2pm
  • PAW Patrol characters meet and greet – 11am – 2pm
  • Retailer giveaways throughout the day

“The response we’ve had from our retailers, local community organisations and media partners once again this year has been overwhelming. Everyone has come together to create a full program of entertainment, offers and fun for the community to enjoy. We invite everyone to join us and raise much needed funds for local children’s health services on this day,” says Theresa

For more info and program of events, head to

Date: Saturday 18 August 2018, 9am-9pm
Location: Shepparton Marketplace, 110 Benalla Rd, Shepparton VIC 3630, Australia
Cost: Gold coin donation with all proceeds going to GV Health.   

BIG Change for small change is proudly supported by Triple M and The Shepparton News