July 18, 2017

There is a very special part of the Gabba that boasts the best seats in the house, is custom designed and caters for the most special of VIPs; we call the Hyundai Help For Kids iView. At every Brisbane Lions home game, children from Hyundai Help for Kids family tree of beneficiaries are invited to enjoy a day out with their families and create warm memories, when they are otherwise going through difficult times.

At this week’s Round 18 AFL clash against Carlton, we are very lucky to host children and their families from Make-A-Wish Australia, in a pirate themed party, with thanks to our Match Day Partner, Hyundai Australia.


We are asking everyone to join in the swashbuckling fun, by also getting into the spirit and dressing up as pirates and you can win some great prizes by doing so. You can also join in on Hyundai Help For Kids’ support of Make-A-Wish Australia by purchasing a ticket in our 50-50 raffle. One lucky person will win 50% of the prize pool in the random draw at the end of the game.  The remaining funds raised will go to the Make-A-Wish Australia. Tickets are available from only $5!

About Hyundai Help for Kids
Established in 2014, Hyundai Help for Kids is a collaborative partnership between Hyundai Motor Company Australia and the 168-strong Hyundai National Dealer Network. Hyundai Help for Kids was created to support not-for-profit organisations providing assistance to Australian children and their families. Every time a new vehicle is sold in Australia, customers and owners are joining Hyundai and Hyundai Dealers to raise funds for our initiative. So, in effect, every Hyundai owner joins our family of not-for-profit organisations supporting Australians under the age of 18, with the cumulative tally now reaching over five million dollars.

About Make-A-Wish Australia
Make-A-Wish Australia is a recipient of Hyundai Help for Kids. It was founded in 1985, they have now granted over 8,500 wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. Make-A-Wish wishes gives very sick children and teenagers hope for the future, strength to face the challenges of their illness, and joy from their incredible wish experience.