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Dedicated Dungog volunteers gifted new care

After clocking up enough kilometres to drive around Australia almost 23 times, Dungog Shire Palliative Care Volunteers have a new vehicle to transport patients and they can’t wait to hit the road.

Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation provided a $32,000 grant to replace the organisation’s ageing vehicle, which was limiting the daily transport service and forcing volunteers to fund trips using their own vehicles.

Dungog Shire Palliative Care Volunteers transport coordinator Lyn Moseley said there was an increasing need within the area to provide transport support for patients diagnosed with a life threatening illness.

See original article in the Dungog Chronicle on the 20th of July 2015.

Pic: Dungog Shire Palliative Care Volunteers coordinator Jennie Wilson, president Margaret Jones and transport coordinator Lyn Moseley accepting the keys to the new car from Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation executive officer Jason Bourke.

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