Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre in Canowindra, is joining forces with fellow Salvation Army Aged Care Plus Centres for their annual
Walkathon initiative to raise $80,000 for The Freedom Partnership, The Salvation Army’s national initiative to end modern day
slavery in Australia.
The Canowindra community are encouraged to support Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre and attend their community market stall to be held outside Lawrence’s IGA on Friday 1 September from 10.00am – 2.00pm. The stall will be a great event for the whole family with fresh jams, relish, baked goods and crafts on sale with all funds raised to be donated to The Freedom Partnership.
Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre Captain Mark Williamson, encourages the local community to get involved and visit the market stall. “Here at Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre we’re hosting a community market stall in support of The Freedom Partnership and I strongly encourage the community, even those without a connection to our Centre, to come along and use your freedom to inspire change in support for victims of slavery,” Mark said.
If you are unable to attend the local event, you can still make a difference by donating online via https://salvos.org.au/walkathon/donate/