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VTA offers support to youth charity

The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) will show its support to Australia’s youth through the Whitelion charity’s Bail Out fundraiser.

VTA President, Cameron Dunn (pictured), will participate in the Bail Out fundraiser that will take place at the Old Melbourne Gaol Watch House from 5.30pm on Friday, 26 May.

The event, which will expose participants to life on the inside with activities that simulate prison life, including being stripped of possessions, fingerprinted, photographed and subjected to interrogation. Inmates will also witness a mock court proceeding before being sentenced to some cell time.

“We are pleased to be involved in Whitelion’s annual Bail Out fundraising event,” said Peter Anderson, VTA Chief Executive. “Cameron has already raised an impressive $2,200 of his $10,000 bail, but needs your help to reach his fund-raising goal.

“All donations raised will go to Whitelion in support of their valuable work with young people and are tax deductable (over $2).

“We’re looking to raise as much money as we can for Whitelion, so please open your hearts and your wallets, and help bail Cameron out for this worthy cause!”

The Whitelion charity opens doors to opportunities, positive relationships and community connections for youth at risk aged between 10 to 25 years old, employing practical support such as mentoring programs, education and employment.

Donations to the Whitelion Bail Out fundraiser can be made online.

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