Morning tea donors help meet cancer’s cost

Sunraysia Cancer Resources Centre business manager Diana Newman appreciates a $1000 donation from Mildura and District Ex-Servicewomen’s Association president Margaret Paton-Downes, secretary Cheryl Barnes and committee member Jean Hobbs.  Picture: Louise Barker

Sunraysia Cancer Resources Centre business manager Diana Newman appreciates a $1000 donation from Mildura and District Ex-Servicewomen’s Association president Margaret Paton-Downes, secretary Cheryl Barnes and committee member Jean Hobbs. Picture: Louise Barker

AS anyone who has gone through it will tell you, cancer is not only a devastating illness, it’s a costly one.

Sunraysia Cancer Resources Centre aims to ease that financial burden for residents with cancer by assisting with travel costs ­associated with treatment, along with support and information.

For this reason, business manager Diana Newman said she greatly appreciated a $1000 donation by the Mildura and District Ex Servicewomen’s Associ­ation.

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