The Life Choices Foundation is putting on their annual Family Day event where they invite the community to join them in what has become known as a high adrenalin event that delivers great value. This unique day offers one of Sydney’s biggest and best car displays, sponsored by Armor All, as well as the opportunity to drive your own car as part of a track day or even get a Hot Lap with V8 Racer Andrew Fishtail Fisher. There is also a kids zone and teen zone which have heaps of rides and high adrenalin activities.
The Life choices Foundation provides a range of programs in High Schools and Gaols that speak into the lives of the participants, it challenges them to take control of their life and to make it count.
The Sydney event is an opportunity for the charity to invite the general public out to experience first hand the services and engagement of the organisation.
Speaking about the event Life Choices Founder Andrew Fisher said “we want to create an event where by people can come and have a great time, there will be lots of activities for the whole family with Kids zones, teenage zones, jumping castle, flying foxes, simulators, adrenalin rides, a huge slippery dip and dodgem cars…….whilst people are there enjoying themselves it is a great time to provide them with information around the important areas that the Life choices speaks to such as self image, self control, anxiety, risky behaviour, depression, relationships, values, beliefs and road safety. We have also invited a number of other “industry related” agencies along to provide information around their services as well”.
The life Choices Foundation aims to provide Hope of a brighter future and the Family Fun Day is a great example of this within the broader community.
Life Choices Foundation Family Event
- Sunday July 23, Gates open at 10AM
- Sydney Motorsport Park, Brabham Drive, Eastern Creek
- Admission: Gold Coin Donation
Life choices Foundation was established race driver and Andrew Fisher.
Andrew presents a multimedia program called “Life Choices” to schools and correctional centres across the country. He inspires them to think carefully about the decisions they make and to consider their future direction. An immensely popular communicator he volunteers more than 200 days each year to the organisation and has spoken to over 300,000 students and 1000’s of inmates over the past decade.