Living Choice Deepwater Court held its Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser on 1st June. It was also an opportunity for Living Choice to present its annual donation of $1,500 to the Woy Woy State School.
For a small village, the Biggest Morning Tea delivered an outstanding result, raising $1,130. In addition to their successful fundraising of selling baked goods and wares, the residents enjoyed morning tea and a special visit from Acting School Principal, Dan Betts, who was accompanied by the Year 6 school captains and some students.
Regional Manager, Gail Eyres, said she was very impressed with the students who attended with their teachers. On behalf of Living Choice, Gail and Village Manager, Rebecca Roese presented a cheque for $1,500 to the school. The funds will go towards much-needed resources.
Rebecca said resident Thea Brayshaw also made a speech and spoke about the connection the residents have with the students and how they value the time spent there helping out in many ways.
Many thanks to everyone who assisted with the room set-up and prepared the food, with a special mention to staff member Roy Stevenson for being a big help on the day.