Keeping the wheels in motion
This year, donations helped volunteer drivers make 32,940 trips to ensure nearly 2,000 patients were delivered to and from treatment safely.
The Leukaemia Foundation is also extremely grateful to Holden, who for 16 years have supported the patient transport program with a fleet of spacious Commodores.
Later this year, Holden will complete their in-kind partnership as they continue to evolve their community support programs.
We thank Holden for providing this incredible service to people living with blood cancer for close to two decades.
Transport will continue to be a priority service for people living with blood cancer keeping volunteer drivers on the road.Posted on January 24th, 2019
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