The gift of giving
After giving her time as a volunteer for over 20 years, Sue Hardiman is ensuring her legacy lives on by leaving a gift in her will.
As a dedicated volunteer, no job is too big or small for Sue. She generously gives her time at annual events and local community fundraisers.
“I like to make people aware of what Very Special Kids is about. Volunteering here is a very important and happy part of my life. It’s not just the volunteering that gives you pleasure, it’s all the things that come with it – the laughs, the people I have met, the friendships I have made. We get here, we roll up our sleeves and we do it to help the kids,” Sue said.
By leaving a gift in her will, Sue will ensure Very Special Kids is there, beyond her lifetime to continue to provide vital support to children with life-threatening conditions and their families.
“Very Special Kids is very special to me. I am a great believer that people should give back and when you make a will, you leave it to the people who can benefit. I think it’s vital to come down to Very Special Kids, walk around, talk to the staff and see how the nurses look after the children. It just warms the cockles of your heart,” she said.
To find out more about leaving a gift in your will to Very Special Kids, contact Rebecca Cowan on 03 9804 6215 or email email@example.com
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