Todd McKenney raises over $20,000 for costume designers with new initiative

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Entertainer Todd McKenney has helped raise over $20,000 for Australian costume designers and their wardrobe teams, by giving them an opportunity to create fashionable masks to wear during COVID-19.

You may know him as a musical theatre performer or as the controversial judge on Dancing With the Stars, but Todd McKenny’s passion isn’t just for entertainment. As a keen supporter of the Grace Centre at the Children’s Hospital in Westmead, he’s also an advocate for public health. Because of COVID-19, McKenny has combined his passions to launch a new initiative,

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