Tata Assists Beehive Foundation's World Record Attempt

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Pictured: (L to R) Beehive Foundation Co-Founder - Michael Spiteri & Tata Motors Australia Managing Director - Darren Bowler.

Tata Motors Australia is pleased to announce a partnership with the Beehive Foundation, a not for profit youth support organisation.

From 7am this Friday, June 13, the Beehive Foundation will be enticing Melbournians to the Federation Square Amphitheatre to raise funds to deliver its youth programs and help bring the Guinness World Record Longest Team Barbecue crown, back to Australia

The current record stands at 28 hours and Beehive Foundation volunteers will be cooking Egg & Bacon Rolls and over 600kgs of sausages, burgers, Kransky and Vegie Burgers as they aim to set the new record at 30 hours, with a support team of over 90 volunteers

A feature of the event will be the display of the Tata Xenon Beehive support vehicle

“We are proud to support the Beehive Foundation and applaud their work in assisting today’s youths with programs to raise their confidence and self esteem,” said Tata Motors Australia Managing Director, Darren Bowler. “We look forward to assisting them deliver their programs as well as their fund raising activities.”

Beehive Foundation Co-Founder Michael Spiteri said: “The partnership with Tata Australia is significant for Beehive Australia and will certainly help us deliver our programs that help build resilience in the unemployed and early school leavers far more effectively”.

The Beehive Foundation is a non-for profit organisation that delivers free structured programs to help our youth build resilience, self esteem & confidence through life skills that build coping strategies, and focus on work ethic, motivation, goal setting, and facing fears. 

Our primary focus is to provide our programs and support to Australia's 5000+ youth sporting and community organisations.

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