Buckleys High Tea for RCH Geelong Auxiliary
On the crisp Monday afternoon of October 23rd, the vibrant community of Buckleys warmly welcomed the Royal Children’s Hospital Geelong Auxiliary group for their annual high tea. This cherished event has become a significant tradition for Buckleys and the dedicated volunteers who form the backbone of the Auxiliary.
The Royal Children’s Hospital Geelong Auxiliary is a remarkable assembly of volunteers committed to raising funds for the Children’s Hospital. These funds are earmarked for fulfilling the hospital’s ‘wish list items,’ ensuring that the young patients receive the best possible care and support.
Buckleys has been honoured to host this heartwarming event for the second consecutive year. With over 100 attendees, the atmosphere was buzzing with camaraderie and goodwill. The event featured delightful high tea, boasted market stalls, engaging auctions, and captivating entertainment.
Buckleys, recognising the significance of this cause, played a vital role in contributing to the success of the fundraising activities. Generously donating vouchers for the auctions, Buckleys exemplifies community spirit and active participation in philanthropy. Beyond voucher contributions, Buckleys proudly announced a substantial donation to support the remarkable efforts of the Royal Children’s Hospital Geelong Auxiliary.
In a touching moment during the event, Buckleys presented a heartwarming donation of $2000 towards the Royal Children’s Hospital Geelong Auxiliary. This generous contribution reflects not only the commitment of Buckleys to community welfare and the collective strength when individuals and businesses join hands for a noble cause.
The annual high tea at Buckleys stands as a testament to the power of community engagement and the profound impact that collective efforts can have on the lives of those in need. As Buckleys continues to be a beacon of support for the Royal Children’s Hospital Geelong Auxiliary, the event inspires others to come together and make a difference in the lives of young patients.