'If You've Got It Flaunt It' a success for JDRF

The ‘If You've Got It Flaunt It’ concert has been labelled a huge success, raising $4000 for research into juvenile diabetes.

Organiser Hayley Taylor said the concert, at Quakers Hill High School on August 16, starred young performers from across western Sydney.

It was held to raise money for JDRF - Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation - to help find a cure for Type 1 diabetes.

‘‘The performers did such a great job and the show when smoothly with the audience enjoying and amazed at the talent we have here out west,’’ she said.

‘‘People raved about the food offered on the night and our caterer did such a great job with it all.

‘‘We have had many people request this become an annual event and we have the full support to make this happen again next year from the team at JDRF.’’

Ms Taylor said preparations are already underway for next year’s  event.

The next adventure is JDRF’s Walk for a Cure in November where the performers will be walking as the team ‘The Pancreasassins’.

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