Juiced TV – Why We Threw Our Energy into Supporting the Cause
Originally, we were lucky enough to meet Pip Russell who is one amazing woman. She is the driving force behind Juiced TV, a not-for-profit kids TV show at Lady Cilento Hospital in Brisbane, which is made possible by the Children's Hospital Foundation and the generous donations of the public. The show is made by the kids in hospital, for the kids in hospital.
Initially, we invited Pip to be the cover of our launch issue of MyCityLife Magazine which she delightfully accepted and has since practically become a honourary family member here at Expose.
More recently, in an effort to increase support and donations, we were proud to build and donate to Juiced TV a shiny new website. Pip wanted the site to be more simplistic, but effective, in communicating the show episodes and updated news each week – whilst being bright and representing Juiced TV in the best light… for the kids.
To see more about what they do, checkout a recent segment on Channel 10s ‘The Project’ here.
If you would like to support Juiced TV or know more about how you can be involved, go to juicedtv.com.au
Every bit helps.