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Make sure to dig deep on Collection Day

Dementia Australia will be collecting donations across the country for National Collection Day, a flagship fundraising event to be held on Thursday 20 September 2018 to mark Dementia Awareness Month.

Dementia Australia’s Executive Director, Business Development, Leanne Emerson said last year’s Collection Day raised more than $17,000 in Sydney thanks to the dedication and unwavering support of our volunteers.

“This year we are expanding our collection sites to other cities including Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne,” Ms. Emerson said.

“The donations collected are used to support a wide range of services for people living with dementia, their families and carers with all forms of dementia.

“These services provide a crucial part of the work that Dementia Australia undertakes on behalf of more than 425,000 people living with dementia, their families, carers and friends,” Ms. Emerson said.

In New South Wales our collection centres will be located at Town Hall Station, Wynyard Station, Martin Place Stations, Central Station, Parramatta Station, North Sydney Station, Bondi Junction Station, Manly Wharf Station, Circular Quay Station, Milsons Point Station and Macquarie University Station.

In South Australia our collection centres will be located at Adelaide City North Terrace & Rundle Mall, Adelaide Railway Station, and Adelaide Central Market and at the Marion Shopping Mall.

In Queensland our collection centres will be located at Harbour Town, Sunnybank Plaza, Capalaba Central Shopping Centre, Hyperdome and Myers Queen Street.

In Victoria our collection centres will be located at Richmond Station, Caulfield Station, North Melbourne Station, Camberwell Station, Frankston Station, Bourke St Mall, Corner of Flinders and Swanston Street, Victoria and Elizabeth Streets, Collins and Spencer Street and Southbank.

 Posted: September 13th, 2018
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