Keema Children’s Foundation at the MTAQ Community Awards Night

17 November 2019

Congratulations to Keema Children’s Foundation who were a finalist in the Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTAQ) Awards last night for the generous support and sponsorship of children who have experienced abuse and neglect, and to Little Stars Kids.

Pictured: David Brown, Director Keema Children’s Foundation and Katrina Gray

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KCF Toothbrush Challenge helps kids entering care

17 October 2019

All Staff at Keema Automotive Group put in a huge effort and had some fun with a morning tea on 19 September in a challenge to donate as many toothbrushes as possible to Little Stars Kids Cuddle Cases Program. We had some amazing baking from staff and partners and overall we are proud to say that staff donated over 500 toothbrushes from the Morning Tea!!! Well done to everyone involved for their enthusiasm and support!!

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Keema Children’s Foundation is announced as Finalist in MTAQ Community Awards

9 September 2019

The entire September edition for the MTAQ e-magazine can be read on their website, or by clicking the following link.

Hyundai Help for Kids partner with Keema Children’s Foundation

12 September 2017

We are thrilled that Hyundai Help for Kids are partnering with Keema Children’s Foundation to support the Little Stars Kids Camp program.

Hyundai Help for Kids donated $5,500 towards the Little Stars Kids August Superhero’s Camp, helping us to provide the children with unforgettable experiences and happy memories. In addition to this donation, Hyundai Help for Kids also donated over 30 build your own bears for the children to build and dress as Superhero’s and take home as a reminder of their times on camp.

Super Hero Camp – August 2017

29 August 2017

On the weekend, 25 campers and over 40 volunteers had an amazing time at the Little Stars Kids Super Hero Camp! Campers underwent some fun “superhero training” on an Atomic Rush Giant inflatable obstacle course and huge climbing wall! We had some brave climbers indeed! Campers also had fun on jumping balls, hoola hoops, obstacle ladders and underwent their final training with Batman and Wonderwoman! We had facepainting and build a bears with superhero capes as well as lots other fun activities, ending with an amazing puppet show from Larriken puppets and finally our birthday celebrations for our special campers. Above all, the children got to spend time with their one on one buddy and build their friendships with the other children. Almost one year into the Camp Program and we’re starting to see some beautiful friendships building amongst the children and also the trust building between the campers and their one on one buddies. Some beautiful memories are being made and friendships that will help rebuild the children’s trust and their belief in themselves.

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Winter Wonderland Camp – June 2017

20 June 2017

Little Stars Kids campers and volunteers alike had a wonderful time at the Winter Wonderland camp on the weekend! The children enjoyed some snow – many for the first time, and loved building snowmen, having snowball fights and just had a ball! The campers were also treated to a visit from the Delta Dogs, made snow globes, enjoyed the jumping castle and also of course face painting. The children also enjoyed a drumming workshop by Rhythm Culture.

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The First Little Stars Kids' Camp for the Year!

19 March 2017

We kicked off the first Little Stars Kids Camp for the year on Sunday 19 March 2017 and it was an amazing success.

With Easter close, the theme for the camp was the Easter theme with bunnies, an easter egg hunt and making easter bags all on offer. We saw some lovely friendships developing with the children and the bonding which has now taken place between the campers and their adult one on one buddy is just beautiful.

There were many exciting activities on offer at the camp including a performance from indigenous musician "Circular Rhythm", a visit from Elsa and Batman, pony rides, our petting zoo as well as a giant connect 4, dancing, stories, and of course just kicking a football around on the grass.

It was a fun and exhausting day with the campers already asking when the next camp is!

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Second Little Stars Kids' Camp

13 November 2016

Keema Children's Foundation supported its second ever Little Stars Kids' Camp. The camp was a great success with the children very excited to see their camp buddies.

We also celebrated Christmas early with Christmas stockings and making Christmas decorations. All the children who had a birthday in the weeks surrounding the camp were treated to a special Little Stars Birthday Cake too.

We had our petting zoo, ponies, yoga, and a wonderful Delta Dogs visit. A fantastic day was had by all.

Good Guys donate to KCF

19 September 2016

A huge thank you to the Good Guys at Lutwyche who donated this fabulous speaker for use at the Little Stars Kids Camps as part of their ‘Doing Good’ program and commitment to making a difference in the local community.

The Speaker will be put to excellent use at the Stafford Little Stars Kids Camps and will enable us to provide our little campers with music to help heal little hearts.

Featured left is the wonderful Camp Programmer, Leanne Feurer who put together the successful application to the Good Guys and attended at the Good Guys Lutwyche to accept the donation.

Thanks Leanne and the Good Guys Lutwyche!

First Little Stars Kids' Camp

28 August 2016

Keema Children’s Foundation supported its first ever camp with the Little Stars Kid’s Camp Program on the weekend. A lot of fun was had by all. We had ponies, Delta Dogs, a petting zoo, Build A Bear, singing, and a whole raft of other fun activities for the Little Stars campers to enjoy.

Little Stars Kid’s Camp is a free program for children aged 3–6 who are living in foster care. Through this program we aim to bring fun, laughter, and hope into the lives of the children who attend. The first camp was a huge success with many of the campers wanting to “come back tomorrow!”

All campers took home a gorgeous case, toiletries bag, and library bag from Yay Me!, a hand–made quilt from Project Linus, and other goodies such as books and toys from Keema Children’s Foundation.

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First volunteer training camp

21 August 2016

The Little Stars Kids’ Camp Program had its first volunteer training day on Sunday 21 August. Thanks to Act for Kids for the wonderful input from your therapists and to all of the amazing volunteers.

KCF at the Keema Excel Cup

16 August 2016

Proud to see our Keema Children’s Foundation Logos’ on the cars performing at the Queensland Raceway Keema Excel Cup, supported by Dunlop.


KCF at the Mother's Day Tough Mudder

8 May 2016

Congratulations to the Keema team who competed in the Mother's Day Tough Mudder 2016 at Mt Cotton Vineyard, in support of Keema Children's Foundation!

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KCF donates to Camp Quality

8 February 2016

Keema Children's Foundation recently donated $37,650, through its business partner QBE, to Camp Quality. Camp Quality run many programs including weekend and holiday camps for children who have cancer with the motto “Laughter is the best medicine”.

KCF donates to Act for Kids

8th December 2015

Keema Children's Foundation recently donated $10,200, through its business partner QBE, to Act for kids who are engaged in very worthwhile programs to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect.

From Left, Neil Carrington, CEO Act for Kids,  Lisa Honeychurch Van Riel and Tristan Van Riel, Directors of Keema Children’s Foundation.

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