The Coffs Coast Advocate

Bunnings signs on to help Legacy

THE Coffs Harbour branch of Legacy has had a large sign donated to them by Bunnings.

The sign will hang in the entrance hall to the Coffs Harbour Legacy offices in Victoria Street and will also be used on badge days. The sign features a large torch.

“The torch is an important symbol of Legacy,” Graham Stubington, president of Coffs Harbour Legacy said.

Mr Stubington said that the torch represents the eternal flame burning in Canberra paying tribute and respect to those soldiers who paid the ultimate sacrifice fighting for Australia. “We'd like to thank Bunnings very much,” Mr Stubington said. Much of Legacy is run on donations. Approximately $250,000 needs to be raised each year to support Legacy activities.

Coffs Harbour's 40 legatees support 750 widows and six dependent children. More volunteers are always welcome and can contact Coffs Harbour Legacy on 6652 7583.

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