Perth Glory player Chris Coyne was a special guest at the official launch of the ‘Symphony of Sunflowers’, a campaign organised by Therapy focus, Western Australia’s largest provider of therapy and support services to children with a disability or learning disadvantage.
Perth Glory player Chris Coyne was a special guest at the official launch of the ‘Symphony of Sunflowers-, a campaign organised by Therapy focus, Western Australia-s largest provider of therapy and support services to children with a disability or learning disadvantage.
Coyne, who is the Perth Glory ambassador for the campaign, is proud to offer his support and encourage everyone to plant a sunflower to spread the important message of including children with disabilities in the community.
The launch, held in the beautiful surroundings of Government House, coincided with the International Day of People with Disability. Paralympian Priya Cooper, the ambassador for Symphony of Sunflowers, was also at the event and spoke of her support for the great work Therapy Focus was doing for the disabled community.
Perth Glory fans are urged to support this event by purchasing a Symphony of Sunflowers seed kit and plant a sunflower garden to be nurtured through until February.
During the three month growing period, participants are encouraged to send pictures of their sunflower garden with the chance to win a $10,000 garden makeover or one of five $1,000 garden prizes.
Therapy Focus will be producing 10,000 Symphony of Sunflowers seed kits which are available for sale throughout Perth at local Rick Hart and Waldecks stores or online at by clicking here. All proceeds will go to providing specialised aids and equipment to children with disabilities.