Ted Baillieu Sings for Good!

August 26, 2015

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We are very excited to have Former Premier of Victoria Ted Baillieu on board as our Sing for Good ambassador for the second year running!

Ted is passionate about supporting the Arts and encouraging Victorians to foster strong families and vibrant communities. On entering Parliament he held a number of shadow ministries including Tertiary Education and Training, Gaming, Planning and the Arts. He has also served as a Board Member of the Melbourne Comedy Festival and the Australian Children’s Television Foundation. This is a display of Ted’s dedication to creating a city that is unified through arts and culture.

Sing for Good is another way to encourage the growth of strong, happier and healthier communities. It is a chance to get together with a group of friends, a sports club, a book club or even a school group. Sing for Good is a fun way to bring people together to connect with something that so many of us love to do (in the shower) – sing! Ted believes that “if everybody, every day, had a bit of a sing I think we would probably all be better off.”

Ted got together with a group of friends to sing their rendition of ‘Oh Danny Boy’ in honour of Dan Canter the Youngest Australian Male to swim The English Channel. You can check out Ted singing here and remember to vote, share and donate to keep building better and brighter communities.

http://singforgood.org/ted-and-friends-a-song-for-iceberger-dan-canta/

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