The good news is anyone can take part
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.