A Major Donation For Lifeline Can Appeal

On school parade on Tuesday the 3rd of June, Centenary Heights State High School has donated 4,000 items of non-perishable food to Lifeline Darling Downs and South West Queensland. The food will be given to local families accessing Lifeline’s  Emergency Relief assistance this winter.

The food collected was unveiled at parade and afterwards the students assisted in loading the food on to a Lifeline truck.

Centenary State High School representatives with Suzie Washington and Lifeline CEO, Derek Tuffield
Centenary State High School representatives with Suzie Washington and Lifeline CEO, Derek Tuffield (Kevin Howarth Photo)

‘The Lifeline Can Appeal’ has been in operation for 11 years organised by the Interact Club, which is under the guidance of the Rotary Club of Toowoomba South. The whole school got behind the appeal with students, teachers, administration and ancillary staff all contributing with the motto ‘If everyone gives a little it will add up to a lot’ and ‘Success comes in CANS not cannots’.

Submitted by:
Suzie Washington
Manager Marketing and Fundraising

Lifeline Darling Downs & South West Queensland Ltd
192a Stephen Street,
Toowoomba Qld 4350

 

 

Tags: , ,
Previous Post
qpsbadge
Events General Interest Station Feeds

Rise In Property Offences Occurring In Toowoomba Area

Next Post

Toowoomba’s Russell Street Returning To Two Way Traffic

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: