Auction to help Little Haven
IF you’re looking for a bargain you won’t beat the No Reserve auction to raise funds for Little Haven on Sunday, December 12.
Gympie auctioneers Tom Grady and Graham Engerman have volunteered their services and plan to start the auction at 264 Shadbolt Road, Mothar Mountain, promptly at 9am, with viewing from 8am on the day.
If you have anything gathering dust that you’ve been meaning to get rid of “one day”, this is your lucky day. Little Haven volunteers have a truck with a hoist and are willing to travel – just call our office on 5482 9091 or the auction organiser Bob Matthews on 5483 5042 or 0418 775 823 to arrange a pickup.
Remember, one man’s trash is someone else’s treasure and your unwanted donations can turn into cash to help Little Haven.
Little Haven is a not-for-profit organisation that operates on minimal Government funding.
Every year, Little Haven needs to raise more than two-thirds of its operating costs just to keep operating and every year, through the support of dedicated volunteers and the local community, raises the funds needed to continue to offer a 24 hour/seven day in-home palliative care support service, with professional nurses on call, free to anyone in our community who needs this support.
Thanks to the generosity of local clubs and businesses, Little Haven can also supply completely free-of-charge any medical furniture needed to turn your home into a haven, from electrical adjustable beds through to the most basic bathroom and toiletry requirements.
Little Haven provides all this free of charge to our clients, because we believe that when you are coping with a life threatening illness in your family, the last thing you need is to be worried about finding extra money to pay for essential services.
To help Little Haven continue to help others, just round up all those things you don’t use but may be useful to someone else and give Bob Matthews a call to come and pick up your donation.
Little Haven will appreciate your support.