Cancer Services reunites for a final gift
THE Coffs Harbour Regional Cancer Services re-united on Thursday to donate their surplus funds to Camp Quality.
The RCS donated a cheque of $35,880 to Camp Quality's Coffs Harbour branch to support their work with children living with cancer.
Former president of the Regional Cancer Services, Sandy Casson said it was important the money went back into the community, with Camp Quality being a fitting candidate for the funds.
"We picked Camp Quality because they help the children of our future; it's going to a good cause," Mrs Casson said.
Mrs Casson said six Regional Cancer Services members still aim to meet once a month and contribute to community causes.
"We're still going to meet once a month and what we'll do is we'll be doing our own thing but if we can help Camp Quality in any way by doing some raffles for them or gathering some stuff for their raffles, then that's what we intend to do," she said.
Mrs Casson hopes to take her volunteering abroad to Bali where, through her church, she plans to help women and families in need.
The RCS closed at the end of August after 30 years of service due to flailing numbers of volunteers.