Sunday, February 19, 2012

Idol Worship For Charity

Idol worship for charity

20 Feb, 2012 01:30 PM
IT'S been a while since singer Anthony Callea was in primary school, but he was happy to join the Chatham Primary School choir for a special performance, all in the name of charity. The Surrey Hills students performed at the Ronald McDonald House Valentine Breakfast with proceeds going to support the Monash and Parkville houses. The charity provides a bed for more than 45,000 nightly guests each year while their child receives hospital care.
“That’s 45,000 nights that [parents] would otherwise have spent sleeping in the wards at the hospitals, staying in expensive hotels, travelling long distances each day, or worse, sleeping in the car just to be close to a child,” says Jennifer North, executive officer of Ronald McDonald House Monash.

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