Fund efforts keep rolling

Zoe Cairns, Taleah Cairns and Patrick Jennings have a blast at the Albion Park Youth and Community Care open day, which raised funds for Troy Eccleston's treatment. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS

Zoe Cairns, Taleah Cairns and Patrick Jennings have a blast at the Albion Park Youth and Community Care open day, which raised funds for Troy Eccleston's treatment. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS

FUND-RAISING for Troy Eccleston's trip to Russia to receive life-changing stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis continues.

The Albion Park Rail resident is due to fly out in mid-September.

Meanwhile, several fund-raisers have been held, with the latest, a family open day at Albion Park Community Centre, successfully raising $1454.95 to go towards Troy's Treatment Fund.

To date more than $32,000 has been raised of the estimated $70,000 needed to cover his trip to Russia.

The next event will be at Albion Park Bowling Club on Friday, September 5, from 7pm and has been designed to be a fun night with music, games, auctions, psychic readings and finger food.

Cost is $30 and to book phone Cheryl on 0417 001 480.

Anyone unable to attend but wanting to donate can do so online at APYACC Troy's Treatment Fund BSB 802 124 Acc. No 100074208.

His final event before heading to Russia will be his farewell at The Oaks Hotel on Saturday, September 13.

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