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Gifts for Transport to Treatment clients

TransCare clients using the service to attend their cancer treatment will receive a little flash of colour thanks to the Bulga Crafters.

The group have put together gift bags containing a blanket, beany and gloves that clients will be able to keep and use as they need, during transit and beyond.

Cancer Council Upper Hunter Community Programs Coordinator Glen Parsons delivered a number of the gift bags to TransCare this week.

The Bulga Crafters formed in March 2017 sewing sanitary items for women overseas, before turning their focus to local cancer support a year later. They make bags, bandanas, blankets, beanies and gloves to do what they can to make a hard time more comfortable.

TransCare is partnered with the Cancer Council Upper Hunter and Bengalla for the Transport to Treatment program, providing free transport for residents needing to attend cancer treatment. The Scone and District Cancer Support Group have donated blankets, a wheelchair and other aids for use with this service.

TransCare's Sophie  Gordon and Cancer Council Upper Hunter Community Programs Coordinator Glen Parsons showing off what Transport to Treatment clients will receive in gift bags donated by the Bulga Crafters

TransCare’s Sophie Gordon and Cancer Council Upper Hunter Community Programs Coordinator Glen Parsons showing off what Transport to Treatment clients will receive in gift bags donated by the Bulga Crafters

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