Buying a little lavender bear will go a long way towards helping leukaemia patients this month.
The Leukaemia Foundation’s annual Lavender Appeal is being held throughout June and the Foundation is hoping to raise $200,000 for patients and their families living with leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders.
Your support is appreciated in assisting families like that of 4 yr old Tobi Duggin (above) from Townsville who are currently staying in the Foundation’s Clem Jones-Sunland Village in Brisbane, free of charge whilst Tobi undergoes treatment for leukaemia.
Lavender merchandise including Liam the collectable lavender teddy bear, pens, notepads, pot-pourri and soaps will be available at several local businesses including CUA branches, Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology centres, selected QML offices and other participating businesses.
A few gold coins will make a real difference to patients and their families whose lives have been devastated by blood cancer.
Please call 1800 620 420 for more information.
Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland
Level 4, Mincom Central,
193 Turbot Street, Brisbane Qld 4000