Sydney Digs Deep To Raise Over $3,000 At Britney Spears Concert

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For Immediate Release



Sydney digs deep to raise over $3,000 at Britney Spears Concert 

Sydney, NSW - 20 November 2009 – While in Sydney for her Circus tour, Britney Spears is supporting the

Day of Difference Foundation, a national charity which works for critically injured kids.  After Britney

heard about the tragic story of little Sophie Delezio, she was moved to graciously lend her support to the

Foundation and allowed staff and volunteers to collect donations at the entry gates at Acer Arena

before her concert. Arguably one of the world’s most famous pop stars, Britney Spears has invited

fundraisers to again dig deep tonight at her last Sydney concert and try to double what was made last

night. Staff and volunteers will be located throughout the Grand Foyer of Acer Arena from 6:00pm until

9:00pm tonight and every cent donated will help to make a real difference to the lives of critically

injured kids. 

The Day of Difference Foundation, established shortly after Sophie’s accident, supports critically injured

kids and their families on every step of their journey from emergency to recovery and they need your

help to continue their important work. 

Please donate to the Day of Difference Foundation at the Britney Spears concert tonight, Friday 20th

of

November. Alternatively, you can donate by calling 1800 DOD KIDS or online at


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For more information please contact:

Madeleine Bennett, Day of Difference Foundation 

(02) 8920 9000 or 0424 638 855

maddie@dayofdifference.org.au


About Day of Difference

Day of Difference Foundation is a children’s charity that raises funds for critically injured children and

their families. Day of Difference provides

much needed hospital equipment and facilities to save

children’s lives, funds research into burns and skin technology and supports critically injured children

and their families on their journey from emergency to recovery.  The charity also advocates for the

safety of children to help prevent injuries and through community education programs promotes the

acceptance of all children who are different.

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