$200k for Aussie KIDZ charity

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Ben Hannock and Me

$80k for a Toy Hammer signed by Thor aka Chris Hemsworth and over $30 for race car driver Ian Talbot to shave his beard. Just some of the funds raised during the madcap cruise aboard The Yot on the Gold Coast where I hosted my second annual Aussie Kidz fund raiser. This organisation helps where the NDIS and other charities can not. Mainly disabled or underprivileged kids who need help are given whatever they need to make life easier for them and their families. Truck Wash King Ben Hannock was there and in fine form scoring the Thor Hammer. Many other Gold Coast and Brisbane socialites were a part of the action including Charli Robinson from Getaway, High Five and ex-Sea FM. Special thank you to Trenton Gay and the Gay Group of companies for supporting the event in a big way. What a legend! See you next year.

(Photo credit Aussie Kidz Facebook)

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