Socceroo legend serves up breaky

Students of Campbellfield Public School in Sydney’s south west were treated to a soccer superstar serving them breakfast earlier this month.

Tim Cahill, Weet-Bix Ambassador, attended the breakfast club on a chilly morning before the school bell rang, to help serve Weet-Bix, toast, delicious fresh fruit and hot drinks to 180 local students attending Foodbank NSW & ACT’s School Breakfast 4 Health Program.

Breakfast club has never been so busy or chaotic with children lining up, hoping to be served by the ex-Socceroo striker himself. With breakfast eaten and tummies full ready to start the day, Tim led the assembly with ball juggling and words of inspiration, ‘Make your dreams big and bright, there’s no limit to what you can achieve!’.

More than 1 in 5 Australian children have experienced food insecurity in the last 12 months – right here in our backyard. Foodbank currently supplies 2,600 charities and provides 272,000 school breakfasts a week to more than 132,000 children in 2,000 schools.

Sanitarium, one of Foodbank’s National Donors, provides the iconic cereal in addition to other products to Foodbank School Breakfast programs around the country.

The Foodbank School Breakfast programs operate smoothly thanks to our generous National Donors and state government funding in various states.

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