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University of Sydney sizzles up some funds

August 18th saw Charlotte, Jolie, Sara, Chris, Susan, Jacqui, Nicole and Sarah – admin support staff in the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) portfolio in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney – roll up their sleeves and cook for a Trinh fundraising sausage sizzle on the campus. Many other WIL staff donated sausages, soft drinks and bread.

They had all heard about the work of Trinh from TFA Director Lindy McAllister (and seen the puppets in her office) and offered to organise this very successful event.

All those sausages raised almost $800 for Trinh. 
That’s 160 hrs of interpreting for speech therapy teaching in Vietnam. 
Many thanks!

Need a fund raising idea or some support to get it happening? – Visit our Linchpin4Trinh page 

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