November 27, 2007
QUEST HITS THE PAVEMENT FOR UNDERPRIVELEGED KIDS
Eight Quest Serviced Apartments properties in the Melbourne CBD recently took to the streets and sold breakfast to busy commuters in an effort to raise money for underprivileged kids as part of a Variety Club initiative. The resulting funds raised totalled $4,300 and will be used to purchase 22 bicycles and helmets for children in need this Christmas. As part of the 3AW Radiothon drive, supporting the Bikes 4 Kids program, staff from Quest Southbank, Quest on William, Quest on Lonsdale, Quest on Flinders Lane, Quest on Bourke, Quest Hero, Quest Fairfax House, and Quest Docklands came together to sell breakfast bags at City Square in winter and raise the funds. The properties also pooled together $2,000 to supplement cash donations raised.
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