Caloundra VIEW supports combined service clubs dinner
MEMBERS of the Caloundra Evening VIEW attended a Combined Service Clubs Dinner on Wednesday, June 10 at The Events Centre, Caloundra.
It was hosted by The Inner Wheel Club of Sunshine Coast.
Inner Wheel president Leeanne Ballinger told representatives from a number of service organisations the purpose of the dinner was to "recognise what we all do as volunteers".
Jacqui Deane explained how the Burnside State High School STEMM program was making a difference to the lives of pregnant girls and young mums in a safe, non-judgemental environment.
She said this would not be possible without the support of Women's Service Clubs and volunteers.
A representative from the Queensland Cancer Council spoke about the amazing work done to raise millions of dollars each year to fund research and provide support for people affected by cancer.
Guests were also impressed to hear guest speaker, Cindy Vogels, The Devoted Milliner, outline her path to personal achievement and success.
She was the Empowering Young Women Program Mentor in 2014 and 2015 and in 2014 was the milliner to Lady Gaga.
All proceeds from the evening were donated to the Give Me Five for Kids, which is an initiative dedicated to raising much-needed funds for local community hospitals as well as sick children and their families.
The Caloundra VIEW Club supports The Smith Family, which works to ensure all young Australians in need get the most out of their education.
It meets on the second Tuesday of each month at the Caloundra Power Boat Club at Golden Beach.
To find out more about The Smith Family and VIEW Clubs of Australian go to www.view.org.au.
If you would like to attend the next meeting phone Sandra on 54913669 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.