Cousin inspires Jason to support hospital

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Cousin inspires Jason to support hospital

WHEN Jason Cue last saw his 11 year old cousin Macey it was to say goodbye at the Royal Children’s Hospital’s Cancer Unit

Leaving Macey’s room, Jason said to his mother, “That’s not Macey.”

Jason is nine years old in June, attends Korumburra Primary School and has just received a permit from the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation to raise money for the hospital’s Children’s Cancer Unit.

He has planned a busy series of fund raising activities for the 12 months duration of the permit that include raffles, making and selling tie-dyed t-shirts, and selling the 100 homemade scarves donated by a work colleague of his mothers.

He is also arranging school based gold coin participation days such as take a teddy, beanie day, colour your hair day and lunch time sport events.

Remembering Macey: almost nine year old Jason Cue has a busy 12 months ahead as he prepares to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital Cancer Unit, where his 11 year old cousin Masey died in January.

Remembering Macey: almost nine year old Jason Cue has a busy 12 months ahead as he prepares to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital Cancer Unit, where his 11 year old cousin Macey died in January.

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