If you’re a fan of Sizzler’s cheese toast, you can’t miss this event at Caboolture! It’s your chance to indulge and raise money for a good cause at the same time.
The guys and gals at Sizzler say offering free cheese toast is a chance to celebrate Aussie resilience and thank the community for their support during the past few months.
It’s all happening on Saturday, August 1 from 11am-3pm at Sizzler Caboolture, Morayfield Rd, Morayfield.
“On the day, we’ll be collecting gold coin donations to raise funds for local community groups, as our way of giving back to our mates,” a spokeswoman says.
There will be prize giveaways and lovers of the Sizzler salad bar are welcome to stay for lunch. Just make sure you book to reserve a seat.
Money raised will be donated to Caboolture’s Genies Netball Club. The club plays at Caboolture Netball Association and was started in 2001.
Genies Netball Club president Jane Standfast says this year is their 20th anniversary for juniors and they now have 16 teams.
She only found out on July 27, they would be the beneficiaries of the Sizzler fundraiser and she’s not the only one excited.
“The kids are very excited. I have two daughters who play for the club and they’re very excited,” Jane says laughing.
She’s keen for as many of the club’s players as possible to be at Sizzler on the day to support the initiative and promote their teams.
The lure of cheese toast won’t be the only incentive.
“It’s a great opportunity. Along with other junior sport, we’ve been affected by fundraising and not doing what we’d normally be doing,” Jane says.
Money raised for the club by the cheese toast day, will go towards the development of players, coaches and umpires.
Sizzler has implemented COVIDSafe practices including social distancing and increased cleaning and sanitisation which will be in operation on the day.
If you are feeling sick with a fever, cough or respiratory symptoms, please stay at home.
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