QMS is lending its support for a second consecutive year to the 86th Vision Australia Carols by Candlelight, presented by AAMI, as a key media partner.

The digital outdoor company will be showcasing Vision Australia’s campaign across its digital large format and 7-Eleven networks to help raise awareness, increase ticket sales and generate much-needed donations for children and families who are blind, or experiencing low vision. 

Tennille Burt, QMS chief marketing officer, said the annual festive celebration not only brings the nation together but also makes an important contribution to Vision Australia every year in providing specialised services to the increasing number of children who are blind or have low vision.

“QMS is proud to play a small role in supporting Vision Australia to help make that happen,” she added.

Vision Australia CEO Ron Hooton thanked QMS for providing their media support to the fundraiser event. He said: “Without companies like QMS, we wouldn’t reach as many people and be able to make such a profound impact in so many Australian children’s lives. While raising funds is our main objective, reaching more families that could potentially utilise our services is so important too, to ensure no child gets left behind.”

Toby Gill, AAMI marketing manager, added: “AAMI is proud to continue our support and raise awareness for this important cause.”

Vision Australia Carols by Candlelight will be held at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Christmas Eve. The event has a longstanding history of raising funds to support blind and vision-impaired children. Tickets to Carols by Candlelight are available here and donations can we made direct to Vision Australia.
Nine Network will broadcast the spectacular show live from 8.00pm AEDT on Christmas Eve, with an encore broadcast on Christmas Day. Vision Australia Radio will also provide professional audio description through its local stations and online.


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