Missy Higgins is calling for better health

MISSY Higgins, who will performing in Coffs Harbour tomorrow night, has joined forces with the Galambila Aboriginal Health Service to help promote the Close the Gap campaign.

The campaign was launched by Ian Thorpe and Cathy Freeman in April 2007 and since then other prominent Australians have shown their support by signing the 'Close the Gap Pledge' Missy Higgins being one of the prominent Australians who have supported Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in their calls for a national solution to the indigenous health crisis.

Tomorrow at the concert at the Coffs Ex-Services Club, Galambila community members are throwing their support behind the campaign by manning a table located in the foyer of the club to provide an opportunity for Coffs Harbour people to show their support.

By signing the pledge Australians can be part of a nationwide movement to bring about change in indigenous health.



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