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Northern NSW : Rescue - Autumn 2014
No one ever pays to be assisted by the Rescue Helicopter. That is because many people in our community donate just a few dollars each week to ensure that the Rescue Helicopter is there when and where it is needed. As an employer you can encourage your staff to support the Service by donating a couple of dollars from each pay cheque. A little from a lot of people makes a huge difference. The Payroll Deduction Scheme is an easy way for you to make regular, tax deductible donations to help keep this life-saving service free to anyone who needs it. We have a local Community Liaison Officer in your area. In the Hunter please speak with Adam Tyrrell, Mick Wilson in the New England - North West, Kylie Morris on the Mid North Coast and Shannon O'Hagan on the Central Coast. Wideline Windows and Doors Central Coast has supported the Service through event sponsorship and donations since 2011. Wideline General Manager, Ron Purcell, said that the organisation was very proud to have donated more than $10,000. 'We recently added to our support inviting staff to contribute a couple of dollars from their pay each week,' he said. The business's Newcastle base, Wideline Hunter is also an enthusiastic supporter of the community's own Rescue Helicopter. Just a few dollars each week Moly-Cop family fun day Moly-Cop (One Steel) is a long-time supporter of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service and has contributed through its payroll deduction scheme for a number of years. In the past Moly-Cop held its annual Family Fun Day at the Service's Broadmeadow base as an opportunity for families to see how they were contributing to their community. However, the event has now outgrown that space and last year moved to Blackbutt Reserve. A record number of families attended the day of activities at Richley Reserve on Sunday 24 November 2013. Moly-Cop matches the donations made by employees, equating to a total contribution of around $150,000 each year. Kids at Moly Cop family fun day Wideline joins payroll program 12 Rescue Magazine AUTUMN 2014
Winter 2014 redo