Star Printery joins the Bara Battle competition

Star Printery joins the Bara Battle competition

By Iliana Biutu
Friday 14/07/2023
[Photo: Star Printery Pte Ltd]

Star Printery who are part of the Frank Hilton Organization’s Bara Battle at the end of this month, believes in being an active part of the community it works in and that they should have a positive impact on the society we live in.

Star Printery says they have been a part of “The Amazing Wheelbarrow Race” since it began.

They say children play an important role in all of their lives and therefore how could they not be a part of such a wonderful initiative that benefits the children and drives awareness and donations, and shares posts through their social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.

The company says the link will be included on their posts, where they would like to encourage the public to donate or simply re-share the post to create awareness.

They hope their combined efforts with that of other organizations will help to raise sufficient funds to positively impact the beautiful lives of these children.

The Frank Hilton Organization extend their heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to Star Printery for their continuous support and active participation in the Bara Battle.

The Frank Hilton Organization is a pioneering institution providing early detection and intervention services to children with disabilities in Fiji.

Following the immense success of the past year's events, FHO is once again combining physical and virtual race modes to engage participants in an exhilarating competition for a worthy cause. Teams can also register for the virtual race through the Amazing Wheelbarrow Race app which is now available on Playstore and Apple App Store.

Teams of 4-8 members will compete in a thrilling three-round relay race for the coveted Bara Battle champion title.

This event will be held on the 29th of this month at Albert Park in Suva.

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