Two Men And A Truck helps to drive community spirit for Sydney Children’s Hospital
Two Men And A Truck provided pro bono services for a luncheon hosted by fashion label Louis Vuitton in support of Sydney Children’s Hospital.
More than 50 businessmen and women attended the luncheon on September 26 at Louis Vuitton’s event space on King Street where Westpac CEO Gail Kelly was guest speaker and spoke about business, leadership and inspirational teenagers.
In attendance were also five lucky men who won pairs of made-to-order Louis Vuitton shoes.
There was also a Brett Lee cricket trunk on display that Michael Clarke helped to design through his continuing collaboration with Louis Vuitton and the Sydney Children’s Hospital.
The luncheon raised funds for Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick, for which Louis Vuitton is an active sponsorship partner. They have also sponsored the Sydney Children’s Hospital Art Programme.
Two Men And A Truck was happy to transport and set up furniture and equipment to and from the luncheon as part of Two Men And A Truck’s Moving Together program, which aims to support much-needed charities to perform worthy events within the community.
“Two Men And A Truck were wonderfully helpful. It’s so comforting that they can be autonomous and don’t need much direction,” said a spokeswoman from Louis Vuitton Australia.
“They helped the event go very smoothly,” she said.
Earlier this year, Two Men And A Truck also provided transportation services to assist with the Pedal for Kids Charity Bike Ride from Windsor and Berowra to Randwick for the Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation.