Mum’s throwing giant party for 700 extra needs, sick, bullied and isolated kids
When Louise Larkin heard the story of Logan Camilleri – a six-year-old child with spina bifida – it lit a fire in her.
No child left behind
Louise heard on the radio that nobody turned up for Logan’s party and she was determined to prevent other children from experiencing the same – and from being isolated in general.
She promptly decided to throw an annual party for kids who might feel excluded or isolated for various reasons.
Launching a social inclusion community called Friend In Me, Louise hit the ground running, throwing an amazing inaugural celebration for 350 kids in 2017.
The following year Louise and the Friend In Me team welcomed a sized-up 700 little guests for a huge and happy shindig.
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