Kyle shows off his fundraising dollars.
Kyle shows off his fundraising dollars.

Kyle shows the way

NOBODY can fundraise like Kyle Sculley.

The inspirational Banora Point nine-year-old, who suffers from cerebral palsy, received an MP3 player from St James School after topping his peers in raising the most money in a walkathon last month.

Kyle was presented with his new device during the school’s assembly on Monday.

Kyle raised $1020, and his class made $1500 collectively. Together, the school raised $6000, which will be put towards resources for students.

Kyle’s mum, Karen, said the prize was a total surprise for him.

“He had a grin from ear to ear. He wasn’t expecting it, so he was really excited when they gave it to him,” Ms Sculley said.

“His classmates gave him a big cheer when they got back to the classroom – he loved it.”

Kyle and his class will further celebrate with a pizza party.




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