A convoy of 30 Porsches will drive from Sydney to Pokolbin via the Putty Road this Sunday to support the state’s largest paediatric centre.
The charity drive has been organised by Porsche Centre Parramatta, in aid of The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, with 100 per cent of the entry fee to be donated to the hospital.
It is the centre’s first-ever charity drive.
Customers will drive from the Parramatta showroom along Putty Road to Peterson House in Pokolbin, where they will enjoy a barbecue and entertainment.
“The day is for our customers to be involved in donating a generous amount to go towards helping to save and improve the lives of sick children,” Porsche Centre Parramatta marketing coordinator and customer relationship manager Brenda Quach said.
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead specialises in treating seriously ill children.