Woolworths supermarkets across Queensland and Northern New South Wales will be raising vital funds this Easter for the Children’s Hospital Foundation through their annual wall token campaign.
The campaign runs until 4 April, with Woolworths staff selling Easter tokens for $2 each. All money raised will go directly to the Children’s Hospital Foundation to support sick kids and their families by funding life-saving medical research, investing in vital new equipment, and providing comfort, entertainment, family support and care programs.
Children’s Hospital Foundation CEO Cameron Prout said the brightly coloured Easter egg wall tokens would begin to decorate stores and encouraged all shoppers to get involved.
“This year marks 30 years of Woolworths raising funds for the Children’s Hospital Foundation – it is because of initiatives like the Woolworths Easter wall tokens that we can continue to provide sick children with the best fighting chance to overcome any illness they may face,” he said.
Woolworths staff and customers are encouraged to purchase the tokens and decorate their local store to raise funds for the incredible support needed for children admitted to children’s hospitals each year.