The good news is any­one can take part

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - NEWS -

IN HER long ca­reer as a TV pre­sen­ter and jour­nal­ist, Sandra Sully has of­ten had to de­liver som­bre news to view­ers. So she jumped at the op­por­tu­nity to get be­hind DoSome­thing Day, on June 15, which aims to put the em­pha­sis on good deeds. “DoSome­thing Day is all about giv­ing some­thing back,” the Chan­nel 10 news­reader said. “It is about tak­ing out some time from our busy days to lend a help­ing hand and that’s why I’m proud to sup­port it.

“Whether it is vol­un­teer­ing in your lo­cal com­mu­nity or per­form­ing a sim­ple act of kind­ness for a stranger, the idea is to do some­thing to help each other.”

It is hoped thou­sands of other Syd­neysiders will join in on the day.

Al­ready a range of promi- nent peo­ple, in­clud­ing show­biz iden­ti­ties, busi­ness peo­ple and prom­i­nent politi­cians are back­ing the cause.

Launched by NewsLo­cal news­pa­pers, the DoSome­thing char­ity and Clubs NSW, DoSome­thing Day aims to bring out the best in Syd­neysiders.

Get in­volved on the day by up­load­ing pho­tos and videos of your ef­forts us­ing the hash­tags #DoSome­thingDay and #givey­ourbest.

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