We had the honour of attending the Australian Red Cross Rural Recovery Luncheon.
We had the pleasure of meeting volunteers whose own mothers have long been a part of the good work of Red Cross, near record-breaking blood donors, incredibly dedicated committee members and enjoyed a Q&A with Red Cross ambassador, Dame Quentin Bryce.
The day may have been set in the city, but it was all about the bush. We all know the devastating hard times our farmers and rural communities are facing due to drought and in some places, floods. The Red Cross supports these communities to remain their resilient selves and the fact is that can’t be done without money. Many people donated their time to today’s luncheon and others donated money, prizes or experiences. If you feel compelled to support The Red Cross in this drive for rural Australia, you can do so here:https://www.redcross.org.au/
We like to attend these functions and share the styles with you while simultaneously promoting their causes. Something we’ve noticed at these events is that there are many hard-working people behind these charities and there is always one individual who you know lives and breathes their work. Today, we noticed that was Sonia Fenton. We’d like to personally say thanks for having us Sonia and thank you for all you do for the Australian Red Cross St George District Branch.
We hope you enjoy us sharing the day with you and reminding us all of the invaluable work of the Australian Red Cross.