What: The Sudsy Challenge Sausage Sizzle | Raising Money For Orange Sky Australia.

When: Morning Tea & Lunch Breaks, Friday 28 July 2023.

Prep – Year 2 Students: 10:55am – 11:25am, Morning Tea Access.

Years 3 – 6 Students: 1:30pm – 2:15pm, Lunch Break Access.

Where: D Block Covered Area, Outside Year 6 Classrooms – Junior School Campus, Canterbury College.

Who: ALL Junior School Students & Staff MOST WELCOME!

Host/s: Years 5 & 6 Junior School Student Leaders.

Cost: A sausage with sauce on bread = $2.00 each. | Gluten-free, vegetarian & halal options available.


Contact: Junior School Administration – T: 07 3299 0847 | E:

We hope to have many Junior School students and staff enjoying their sausages for a very good cause!

About Orange Sky Australia: We provide a platform for every day Australians to connect through a regular laundry and shower service.

The focus is on creating a safe, positive and supportive environment for people who are too often ignored or who feel disconnected from the community.

Our volunteers are not social workers or experts on homelessness – they are empathetic listeners and great conversationalists.

Orange Sky Australia is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness – an idea founded in a Brisbane garage by two 20-year-old mates, Nic Marchesi and Lucas Patchett.

In late 2014, the boys installed a couple of washing machines and dryers in the back of their old van and visited parks around Brisbane to wash and dry clothes for free.

What started as an idea to improve hygiene standards and restore dignity to people doing it tough, has evolved into something much bigger and more powerful.

From sitting down on our orange chairs and chatting with friends, we’ve learnt that although access to laundry and shower services is important, it’s the conversation and regular connection that create the biggest impact in the community.

Each week, all over Australia, thousands of volunteers help to positively connect our friends doing it tough by providing access to free laundry, warm showers and genuine, non-judgmental conversation.

We always partner with service providers, such as food vans or drop-in centres, and make sure that we set up at locations where our friends feel most comfortable.

To date, Orange Sky has provided Australians doing it tough with over 1.9 million kilograms of free laundry, 20,000 showers and 330,000 hours of genuine and non-judgmental conversation across 36 service locations.