Sydney Male Choir and Port Harmony supports Port Stephens Palliative Care

Jill Long, Port Stephens Palliative Care Outreach, Iain Woodhill, Tomaree Prostate Cancer Support Group, Cathy Turner, Port Stephens Women’s Cancer Support Group.  Photo by Mandy Ellis
Jill Long, Port Stephens Palliative Care Outreach, Iain Woodhill, Tomaree Prostate Cancer Support Group, Cathy Turner, Port Stephens Women’s Cancer Support Group. Photo by Mandy Ellis

 

TOMAREE Prostate Cancer Support Group along with Port Stephens Women’s Cancer Support Group (PSWCSG), have come together to raise funds for Port Stephens Palliative Care Outreach Service.

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Iain Woodhill, president of Tomaree Prostate Cancer Support Group, said, “It is important for people to know that, whatever is raised, stays in this area, 100 percent of proceeds from the upcoming event will go to Port Stephens Palliative Care Outreach Service.”

Iain told News Of The Area, “More men die of prostate cancer than women do of breast cancer; a simple blood test is all it takes.”

Port Stephens Women’s Cancer Support Group is a volunteer organisation that supports women and their families at a very difficult time.

Cathy Turner, PSWCSG, said, “When you hear the diagnosis of cancer, it can be difficult to process, we aim to answer the questions many people do not even know to ask and provide emotional as well as practical support.”

Sydney Male Choir, along with our very own Port Harmony will perform at St Philip’s Christian College on 30 July.

 

By  Mandy ELLIS

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