About

ABOUT

FROM SMALL
BEGINNINGS COME
CHUNKY THINGS

It was in a small store in Gangnam, South Korea when the good
people of Chung Chun took the humble battered hot dog and
made it into something deliciously incredible. They started with a
tasty sausage on a stick, added melt in your mouth cheese,
wrapped it in a top secret crispy and crunchy multi grain batter,
added fun toppings, and finished the creation off with a choice of
sauces to suit every mood. People took one bite of the Chung
Chun hot dog and instantly fell in love! This one store, grew into
more stores, and now there are over 200 Chung Chun stores
around Korea. They decided the whole world needed to taste
their hot dogs, and in 2019 opened in Australia as Chunky Town

VERY SPECIAL KIDS

Very Special Kids cares for children with life threatening
conditions by providing a children’s hospice and
professional family support services.

Chunky Town is honoured and proud to support the
wonderful and inspiring work of Very Special Kids
through financial donations and our people participating
in their fantastic fundraising events throughout the year.

Very Special Kids is a children’s charity that helps more
than 900 families across Victoria who have a child with a
life threatening condition with ongoing support from
diagnosis all the way through to recovery or
bereavement. Sadly, many of the children they care for
will not reach adult hood.

The free of charge family support services include
counselling, advocacy, sibling support, bereavement
support, networking and peer activities, trained family
volunteers and specialist care at the Very Special Kids
Hospice.

The Very Special Kids Hospice offers families access to
planned and emergency respite, as well as end of life care.
Providing 24 hour specialist nursing care, the hospice is a
home away from home that features bright lounge areas,
soft play areas, gardens, a music therapy room, a
multi sensory room and fun filled school holiday and
weekend activities.

It costs over $8.5 million each year to operate Very Special
Kids and they rely on generous fund raising support from
corporates and the community to provide their services
free of charge to families.

Please join us in supporting the very special work of Very
Special Kids by visiting www.vsk.org.au.