“We’ve been inundated with people who want to be a part of this project,” says Bill McDonald, of McDonald Jones Homes. “I can’t get over how strong that little boy has been, and it just rips your heart apart seeing those children in hospital fighting cancer. No child should ever have to suffer that.
“So if we can help raise funds to help find a cure and better treatments, then that’s one of the most rewarding things you can ever do. It’s very satisfying.”
The anticipated $680,000-plus from the auction of the fully-furnished, two-storey, four-bedroom home at Walker Corporation’s newest community, Appin Place in Appin, near Kayne’s home in Bradbury, will fund vital research for the Institute.
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