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Front L/R Morrinsville Lions Club treasurer Bryan Barker hands a cheque for $110,000 to Waikato DHB clinical director Dr Peter Sizeland, who is standing next to Waikato DHB clinical nurse manager Nicky Hagan Β and Lions Club member Hugh Makgill.Β Back L/R Specialty clinical nurse Belinda McLeod, Bay of Plenty DHB clinical nurse manager Terry Jennings, Lakes DHB clinical nurse manager Karin Norman and Regional Renal Centre secretary Angela Eccles.

Morrinsville Lions Club have chopped more than 180m2Β of wood as part of their fundraising efforts for the Regional Renal Centre. The club collected donations from 15 other Lions Club in the region as well as their own delegates. The money will go towards a camper van fitted out with dialysis machines to allow patients an opportunity to holiday with their families around New Zealand.

The Freedom Dialysis Project NZ is still collecting for the cost of the van, read more here:

www.givealitte.co.nz/org/scottcsmith

www.facebook.com/freedomdialysisprojectnz

 

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