on December 9th, 2016

On November 18th, 2012, IDC Technologies and the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) were proud to take part in a heart-warming community project: the Eighteenth SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY. This is an annual event planned for children who have special needs and are suffering from life threatening illnesses in order to provide them with one of the happiest days of their lives.

Over 3000 people came together at the Herb Graham Recreation Centre in Mirrabooka, Western Australia, including children, parent’s carers, volunteers and sponsors. The children received not only 1 but several free gifts per child in anticipation of the festive season ahead.

There where also multiple rides, an animal farm, fairy floss, ice-cream, and stage acts all for the enjoyment of attendees at no cost thanks to the support from companies like IDC and the EIT.

EIT Stock Image

To find out more about IDC’s or the EIT’s involvement in this event or engineering education, please contact Carolina Asenjo at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 1300 138 522.
 


The latest news

8 Humanoid Robots Poised to Transform Industries and Engineering

8 Humanoid Robots Poised to Transform Industries and Engineering

8 Humanoid Robots to Transform Industries and Engineering The post 8 Humanoid Robots Poised to Transform Industries and Engineering appeared first on Engineering Institute of Technology. Continue reading 8 Humanoid... Read more
EIT Expands its Reach With the New Brisbane Campus Launch

EIT Expands its Reach With the New Brisbane Campus Launch

EIT Expands Its Reach With its New Brisbane Campus Launch The post EIT Expands its Reach With the New Brisbane Campus Launch appeared first on Engineering Institute of Technology. Continue... Read more
Revolutionizing Civil Engineering: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence

Revolutionizing Civil Engineering: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence

Civil Engineering and The Impact of Artificial Intelligence The post Revolutionizing Civil Engineering: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence appeared first on Engineering Institute of Technology. Continue reading Revolutionizing Civil Engineering:... Read more
EIT - South Africa