scosa’s Give a Buck will run over a two week period from October 1-14 and will see the iconic South Australian organisation stage three unique events in Adelaide’s CBD to raise awareness and support for those living with a disability.
For scosa’s Chief Executive Nicole Graham, Give a Buck is an opportunity to show that the South Australian community can, like scosa, make a difference to the lives of people living with disabilities.
“At scosa we thrive on visibility, and Give a Buck is the perfect way for our wonderful clients to show that anything is possible in life regardless of adversity,” Ms. Graham said.
scosa’s Give a Buck events are based on being unique. According to Graham the campaign has an element of cheekiness and playfulness designed to attract the public as well as wider demographics.
“Give a Buck is about embracing diversity. The events are about thinking outside the square and taking scosa into unique spaces such as CMI Toyota and Rundle Mall. We’re even turning the Malls Balls in Rundle Mall orange on Friday, October 14.”
At scosa we strive to showcase abilities over disability and October is the month to ask South Aussies, Do you Have the Balls to Give a Buck? Ms. Graham said.
Give a Buck’s first major event will be held on Friday, October 7 with scosa’s Sky High Sensations, an exclusive intimate dinner held at CMI’s iconic Toyota Roof Top Gallery on West Terrace.
Treat your senses at our scosa’s orange sensations dinner featuring culinary delights from cook Paul Wood (My Kitchen Rules Finalist 2010) accompanied by Veuve Clicquot and Salena Estate Wines.
Experience the 180° uninterrupted views of the West Terrace parklands whilst you enjoy flavours of orange (Food and Décor) whilst enjoying the sunset.
The public are also invited to participate in Give a Buck’s grand finale on Friday, October 14 with scosa’s inaugural Bocce by the Balls media challenge, which sees South Australian media identities compete for scosa’s Balls of Steel trophy. The Rundle Mall canopy will also host Adelaide’s only Bucking Bull, along with a live radio broadcast.
“scosa is based on vibrant and engaging activities and our many clients thrive on sport and healthy competition. We’re about offering unlimited possibilities and Give a Buck will help bring this to light on a very public stage. We’re incredibly excited and looking forward to a huge October,” Ms. Graham said.
TO BOOK you ticket to the Sky High Sensations Dinner call scosa on 83472664 or email [email protected]