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Lodge Morningstar 410
Donation Made To Worthy Cause
One Hundred years after the guns have fallen silent the smoke has cleared and the troops are disbanded. Legacy with care and compassion begin their tireless work on a new frontline. Caring for the sometimes forgotten and unseen causalities of war the families of the fallen or wounded soldier.
Today Legacy’s services assists 115,000 war widows, 1900 children and dependants with a disability. Legacy is a voluntary organisation supported by veterans, servicemen and women, and of course volunteers drawn from all walks of life. Their support and services now extend to include the dependants of members of today’s Australian Defence Forces.
Brisbane Water (NSW) Legacy on the Central Coast of NSW owns and operates independent living units at Point Frederick and two aged care facilities, located at Norah Head and Wyoming. Both facilities are designed with an ageing in place philosophy, and offers low and high care beds, as well as respite care.
It is even more prevalent today that we as a community should give our support to assist Legacy not by simply purchasing a Legacy pin on a particular day of the month. But by giving thanks and offering support to those who give their support on the unseen frontline that crosses our great nation in a conflict that may last a lifetime.
Lodge Morningstar 410 was pleased to present a cheque of $500 to Mr Michael Hickey Legatee President of Brisbane Water (NSW) Legacy as a small token of our gratitude for the assistance provided to so many so often.
Brother Scott Hinks
Lodge MorningStar 410