A Young Women on Mission to bring back Australian travellers home safely

Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation – Kate a 23 years old women on mission to bring back Australian travellers home safely. Kate Fitzsimons’ sister Nicole died in an accident while holidaying in Thailand. After Kate lost her sister Nicole, she is now on mission to protect other fellow Australians to have a safe holidays overseas. For making this come true she Founded – The Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation which was established in 2012 in the memory of a her sister, Nicole Fitzsimons, 24, who died in a motorbike accident in Thailand.

A Young Women on Mission to bring back Australian travellers home safely

Now Kate the founder of The Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation visits high schools in Australia to educate young people about the importance of travel safety and insurance, with a focus on the dangers of riding motorbikes in foreign countries. So far she has shared her sister’s journey with students in many schools across Australia. “Her mission is not about stopping or discouraging people from travelling. “Instead, She wants to share her story and provide young travellers with the knowledge and tools that will help ensure their safe return to family and friends”.

Nicole-Fitzsimons - A Young Women on Mission to bring back Australian travellers home safely

Every youngster wants to explore the world and want to do things there own way but there’s an old Saying “Better to be safe than sorry”. So we request all youngster and Schools to please call Kate from Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation to there schools for presentation and Austree Classifieds team wishes Kate from Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation to be successful in her Mission to bring back every Australian back home safely from holidays. For more information, please visit The Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation website.

Watch the video at http://aca.ninemsn.com.au/article/9069797/kates-mission

 

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