About Us

About Us


Convoy For Kids Sydney Inc. was started in 1992 by a small group of dedicated people from the transport and associated industries who had a desire to help sick children.

Today, 28 years later, we are still a volunteer committee who spend time to put together one special day, not only as a fundraiser but a family day for all.

Drivers and owner drivers, travel from all parts of NSW with their families to participate in this great event each year. It is a spectacular sight to see 500 or more trucks, in a convoy supporting the event. Funds are raised on the day by truck entries, sales of food and merchandise, major raffle, donations and our giant auction.

Convoy for Kids Sydney Inc. currently have sponsorship opportunities available for this year’s event. The high, profile nature of “The Convoy” offers the corporate sponsor excellent exposure for it’s company, both in Sydney and rural NSW and creates a positive Company image within the community.



The Committee

President
Mark Smallwood

Ph: 0414 471 341

Married with 3 kids. He has been in the transport industry his whole life, growing up in a family that owned a small transport company. He has been driving trucks for over 25 years and now works for the TWU (Transport Workers Union of NSW). He drove in his first Convoy for Kids Sydney in 1995 and says he feels honoured to have been elected President.

Vice President
Brett Thompson

Ph: 0419 999 113

Brett has been involved in the transport industry in so many ways for so many years. He is a great charity volunteer and has been with convoy since 2015.

Secretary
Pam King

Ph: 0417 678 033

Pam has been a behind the scenes secretary for so many years she is now finally using the title.

Treasurer
Ros Anderson

Ph: 0411 207 501

Ros has been an accountant in the trucking industry for 20 years and was elected to the committee in 2015. She has had a number of difficulties with sick grandchildren so it is important to her to get involved with helping kids.

Committee
Jenny Towle
Leonie Towle
John King
Kevin Barry
Keith Dwyer
Public Officer
Clarrie Gibbs