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RAPID RELIEF TEAM SUPPORTS GOOD FRIDAY APPEAL

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RAPID RELIEF TEAM SUPPORTS GOOD FRIDAY APPEAL

 

Food and drinks will be taken care of at the Good Friday Appeal as the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) supports the Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne’s (RCHM) annual fundraising event.

 

Thirty volunteers are expected to serve up around 1,200 meals, including bacon and egg rolls, sausage sandwiches and Signature Burgers.

 

RRT Melbourne Local Team Leader Billy Salisbury said the team was proud to have supported the event for the past eight years.

 

“This is a special event that’s close to our hearts, and we’re glad we can be here again to provide some good food to all those who are part of the Royal Children's Hospital community,” Billy said.

 

“The Hospital has had such a significant impact on the lives of children in our community, we feel quite humbled to be here in support.


“It is a wonderful day, and if we can take care of the food and refreshments, then the Hospital can concentrate on raising as much as they can to provide state-of-the-art care for children in need.”

 

RRT will be serving hot food from 6am as the Appeal gets underway. Ice cream vans will also be onsite with Border Force Puppies making an appearance for the kids.

 

To make a donation to the Good Friday Appeal please visit www.goodfridayappeal.com.au.

 

The Rapid Relief Team is the charitable arm of the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church.

 

Established in 2013, the RRT has more than 14,500 volunteers around the world who support community events and assist emergency services in times of disaster and crisis by providing meals and other support.

 

Media enquiries: Jack Douglas 0450 115 005

 

 

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