The Legacy’s Annual Appeals Week is just around the corner.

The Lions Club of Goulburn City President, Mr Bill Starr, presented Goulburn Legacy President, Legatee Bill Harding with a cheque for $5000 to go towards their Annual Appeal.
The Lions Club of Goulburn City President, Mr Bill Starr, presented Goulburn Legacy President, Legatee Bill Harding with a cheque for $5000 to go towards their Annual Appeal.

Goulburn Legacy are beaming with delight after receiving $5000 from the Lions Club of Goulburn City on Wednesday morning. 

The Lions Club’s President Bill Starr donates to the Charity every year.

“It’s a tradition of our club,” Mr Starr said.

Goulburn Legacy President Legatee Bill Harding was extremely grateful for the generosity of the Lions Club and said the money would go towards their mission, but more importantly, the ongoing problems at the Legacy Lodge. 

“The money will help us continue to organise social functions like luncheons and movie days,” Mr Harding said. 

“More importantly, we need to fix the water mains at the Legacy Lodge as the pipes are over 40 years old.” 

This donation comes a couple of weeks before the Legacy’s Annual Appeals Week which is the major fundraising time for the charity.

Merchandise being fundraised include badges, pens and Legacy Bears. which will be available for purchase at Goulburn Square, Market Place and other places in Goulburn.

A barbeque will also be held outside Bunnings on September 8 to support the charity.