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3000 toys donated by the QEII Hospital community

20 December 2019

Local disadvantaged children will have a wonderful Christmas boost thanks to the donation of more than 3000 toys from the QEII Hospital community.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Hospital and Community Liaison Officer, Rahm Rallah has rallied support for this cause for nine years with all donations going to children from the Inala area through a partnership with the Inala Community Centre.

“Every year we see such amazing generosity from our hospital community with great toys and educational items donated from staff and visitors.

“We are just so committed to bringing some joy to the kids and this is a partnership that we will continue to be involved in,” he said.  “Thank you everyone for your support.”

Last updated 20 December 2019
Last reviewed 20 December 2019

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