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Deloitte sponsors The Big Splash WA
Art in support of child and adolescent mental health
Deloitte is proud to sponsor The Big Splash WA - a vibrant public art event that will take place in the streets, parks and public spaces of Perth in early 2018 to raise funds and awareness for Perth Children’s Hospital, Child and Adolescent Mental Health unit.
The Big Splash will see life-sized dolphin sculptures, including two Deloitte sponsored dolphins, take up residence in iconic locations around Perth from January to March 2018. The dolphins will form a spectacular sculpture trail for all to enjoy.
Funds raised will initiate innovative programs at Perth Children's Hospital for children and adolescents with severe mental health disorders who are at significant risk.
For more information on The Big Splash, please click here.
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