Tag Archive for: Shoalhaven

In April our members helped out at the Shoalhaven Volkswagen Club ‘Blast from the Past’ day held at the Berry Bowling Club by taking donations at the gate and selling raffle tickets.

Last week three of our members attended  a meeting of the Volkswagen Club and were given a $4,000 cheque from the proceeds of the day.  Our thanks go to all the members of the VW Club, both for a fun day and for their generous donation.

Cancer patients in the Shoalhaven shire can now get extra support from Can Assist Shoalhaven. Funding from greenslips.com.au will help them keep their cars on the road.

When rural patients are getting treatment for cancer, they often have to travel long distances. Thanks to this funding, they can get help to pay for their greenslips. They value having the extra support by having one more bill paid.

For more, see Shoalhaven and Nowra News 23 April 2021, Support for treatment.

Cancer patients in Shoalhaven shire can now get financial support thanks to a partnership between Can Assist Shoalhaven and greenslips.com.au

Can Assist Shoalhaven and greenslips.com.au will help cancer patients who need their cars to get to and from cancer treatment. They need to use their cars because public transport is limited and it is a powerful emotional support to have the privacy of their own vehicle. greenslips.com.au provides funding for their greenslips but does not sell greenslips.

See Green slip support for cancer patients in 12 April 2021 edition of Milton Ulladulla Times.

Shoalhaven Can Assist is the latest branch to partner with greenslips.com.au. greenslips.com.au has supported 24 Can Assist branches across NSW and can now help Shoalhaven cancer patients.

Local cancer patients can ask for financial support from Shoalhaven Can Assist. This includes green slips to help them travel to and from treatment. Having one less bill to cover means they can direct their money to something else like medication.

Many country people have to travel long distances to get to treatment. greenslips.com.au can help ease this burden through its partnership with Can Assist.

Read the 12 April 2021 edition of South Coast Register, Green slip support for cancer patients.

On Monday 30th November, a group of our members met with Anne, Emma and Majella for lunch at President David’s house. We had a very interesting and productive discussion over a range of issues and now we can put faces to the helpful voices at the end of the phone. David and Jenny’s chook Agnes joined us at times but contributed little to the conversation and sadly declined a photo with us all.