Gosford North Inner Wheel Club has made a significant donation to Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre following a recent craft stall at Kincumber Shopping Centre.
Club President, Anita Venn, presented a cheque to Neighbour Centre Manager, Colette Baron, following the successful venture.
The money will be used to help fund breakfasts supplied to Kincumber High School students.
Inner Wheel Publicity Officer, Glenis Marshall, said at some of the breakfasts up to 90 students attend.
“This indicates the need for such a worthwhile service,” she said.
“Paul, the Manager of Kincumber Shopping Centre, is very supportive of our charity stalls and we wish to thank him very much for his help.
“We hold stalls at Kincumber on a regular basis.
“All our items are handmade by our very talented members and the funds go to aid the many charities on the Coast which support vulnerable families here.”
Marshall said the club was always keen to welcome new members.
“If any ladies reading this article are interested in joining a very friendly women’s service group, please check the Not For Profit section of this newspaper for details,” she said.
Media release, Jun 11
Inner Wheel Club, Gosford North