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The Yeppoon Lions Club have shown great support for The Wild Medic Project by donating a generous $500 cheque to go towards assisting our targeted earthquake ravaged villages in Nepal. Clinical co-ordinator and co-founder Jarrod Booth gave a presentation to the Yeppoon Lions Club prior to deploying on the the Wild Medic Project’s first expedition to Nepal in November. These kind of donations accelerate what we can achieve as an organisation and essentially helps us to be more effective in these struggling communities.

Yeppoon Paramedic Jarrod Booth presents a first aid clinic to senior students in Lapsiphedi
Yeppoon Paramedic Jarrod Booth presents a first aid clinic to senior students in Lapsiphedi

The next expedition led by Wild Medic Project founder Steve Whitfield will depart on the 8th February 2016 to continue providing health care and education to these communities. Any other organisations wanting to assist our rapidly growing project, please visit our DONATE page or CONTACT us directly to arrange for one of the team members to do a presentation on what we have achieved so far.

 

Yeppoon Lions Club donates to Wild Nepal Project
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